Monday, February 15, 2010
Guest Editor-Blogger: Gina Riggs
Hello to all ballyhoo bloggers. My name is Gina Riggs and I have a sighting for this blog. February 2nd, 2010 I was on a trip to Eugene Oregon to see a foot doctor as I have diabetes. I was traveling on Oregon 38 near Loon Lake exit when I noticed some movement on the bank near the road. I slowed down thinking a deer was going to jump in front of me.
Boy was I ever stunned when a very large and tall hairy manlike thing walked across in front of me. This thing was walking on two legs and looked manlike in the face, only with apelike features too. It was black in color. It had two massive arms on it like a person only much larger. A car behind me saw it to as it crossed the road. The man honked at me to pull over and I did. He was just as shocked as I was.
He said "my god should we call the police or something". I agreed with him and we did. The dispatcher at OSP told us to say there that a trooper was about 10 miles away and he would come. We did. When he arrived he ask us both separately what we had seen. I told him this thing was around seven foot tall and heavy. He said that he would get ODOT up there to look around. Then he told both of us that we will most likely get a letter from the state DMV. I'm not at all sure we did the right thing by reporting this but what if a family hit it and killed themselves or it?
Thank you for sharing your sighting. I've always believed we should report a sighting to the police. Please let us know how this turns out for you. Many have had their license suspended until they were checked out by a doctor....Linda Newton-Perry
Did you know, that each day on the internet several billion web pages are added? (This : Google and NEW SCIENTIST, BRITIAN.) In light of this, I want you all to know that I appreciate your reading this blog. I will keep with not requiring names to make comments. Please continue to comment, including you Mr. Paulides. We need to be able to say what we feel. Good taste is always appreciated in comments. I did buy and read the book, Tribal Bigfoot, and enjoyed it.
This morning, Feb. 15, 2010, Cole Saxton and Bill Emery, are spreading Dale Saxton's ashes over the Oregon mountains that he loved. My mind and heart are with these two.
Keep enjoying Bigfoot Ballyhoo. Perhaps one day we will have a good clear photo of bigfoot. Maybe it will be you, dear reader, that will take that photo.