Two day's ago I emailed Linda Perry that it would be OK if she posted the shadow figure online. In that email I told her I was not copyrighting that photo. My intentions were to give the readers of this blog a little idea of what we encountered on the mountain. Some had asked for a rough sketch of it. Linda and I had emailed each other because she needed clarification on what she was looking at. I explained the position-- that it was the side and back. The picture taken is only as good as it is because of the position of the camera.
We also discussed that the photo was blurry at best. But I thought it might give the people some idea of the rough overall shape of the bigfoot. After she posted the picture the emails started coming to me from other bigfoot investigators. I will not say what they said because I will not stoop to that level of behavior. Hank called me last night and said the comments aren't all that positive online.
I didn't give the picture to Linda to make us popular. It is simply one photo of a blurry figure that I believe is the bigfoot in question. What we do is not a popular job. I don't want Linda or anyone to take heat for my work and the hard work of our group. When the rest of the clear photos are released people should understand much more.
It has been time consuming and costly for me to do what we do. Linda is a bigfoot believer and should not be criticized by a few. I have always felt the people need to know more about bigfoot and that's what I try to do. I do not pretend to know everything, but I still think that sharing my ideas with the public is a great way to receive information .
I look forward to hearing from the readers about other ideas they have and like I said before I take them seriously.
Thank you Bill Emery for the comment. I, RATHER CHRIS AND I, DO NOT MIND TAKING HEAT FOR SUCH AN IMPORTANT CAUSE. Keep up the good work, keep commenting, because we bigfoot believers thrive on bigfoot information. ... Linda Newton-Perry