Guest Editor-Blogger: Milred
We wish we could get your column in our local paper. We really do enjoy them. When the Columbus Day Storm hit, my husband and I lived in Kerby, Oregon. We are positive there was a picture of that hairy ape like thing on the wall in the Junction Cafe in Cave Junction. I wonder if the cafe is still there. It was truly a sight to see. It showed the hands, feet and fingers of it, and the face was not that of a bear. It was quite ugly, it seems. The huge fir tree that fell on it didn't do it any good.
Guest Editor-Blogger: Darlene
I don't think you're being fair Anonymous about this guy. What makes you think he's not experienced enought? He may have a special bond with folks in the FS. Just because your favorite hunter didn't get in there doesn't mean anything. It needs to be said: I have been to a lot of websites that claim to be searching for Bigfoot and the only thing that keeps coming up is they need $$$$$$. This man has been a good source of information on this blog. I think he's really in it to find the thing, not get rich!
Guest Editor-Blogger: Viola
I really like your website Mrs. Perry. There's one thing I would like to write down here: Several years ago I had a run end with a Bigfoot investigator who kept calling me up and harassing me. He wanted me to sign affidavits and all kinds of things. He made me feel like I was a criminal because I submitted a report to some people. This is not right! People who see these things are traumatized without these experts trying to trip folks up. Shame on them Please folks be careful who you contact after seeing one.