Guest Editor-Blogger: Dale Saxton
Soon I will undertake a new thing for me in March.I have never talked about bigfoot in the public eye. I am scheduled to be on CNN for a hour with the Curry County Deputy that had the run- in with bigfoot.
It will be filmed in Curry County in the Chetco area. He has passed all 3 polygraph's with the state. We will re account what happened that day with the help of him and the eye witness accounts of the six loggers. Also we will be talking about how the state treated him and all about the drivers license suspensions that many states do when a person reports bigfoot.
When it will air I'm not sure but everybody will know ahead of time. It made me so mad when I found out about the states nasty little secret, I contacted CNN to get this on the air. They accepted so here we go!
This is wonderful news. This will help in making "bigfoot talk" commonplace. And you are providing a service, letting everyone know that they can get their license suspended if they report a bigfoot sighting, to the police, that they had from their car.
Oh, one more thing, I thought that deputy wasn't to talk about his sighting?
Follow-up to above question
His commander suddenly had a change of heart since CNN contacted him. Also the deputy and USFS man that saw the bigfoot on the search and rescue incident will be on too. (the one where the Southern Oregon couple was lost while hunting x-mas trees) . We hope to put a STOP to this practice of harassment by the states about reporting bigfoot.