Watch for the new blog "Bigfoot-The Ring of Truth," which will be an extention of Bigfoot Ballyhoo. The Perrys simply need more room to "tell the truth about the animal bigfoot."
Friday, March 5, 2010
Guest Editor-Blogger: AnonymousRegarding: We were...lucky...not to see the maker of that ...
Since this Squaw lake thing become public I've been looking through all of the old papers in Coos county, trying to find anything on Bigfoot in that area. Then I came across this weird story from the Coos Bay Times dated August 1966. CAMPERS STALKED BY FOREST MONSTER. A group of campers told of a terrible day of terror at Squaw Lake, a USFS campground thirty miles south of Powers, Oregon in the Siskiyou National Forest.
The group claimed to have been terrorized by a large upright beast resembling a wild man. They had apparently been hiking the area when a huge wild man like thing started following them on the way back to camp. Several in the group saw the monster throw large rocks and limbs at them. The group left the campground leaving all the camping equipment behind. Several people in the group said the monster was covered in dark hair and stood over ten foot tall and made ear shattering screams. The equipment was recoverd the following day and was strewn about the campsite.
Please tell us how long it took to get a suspension notice of your license after reporting a bigfoot to a police officer in the state of Oregon. And if there are those that reported their sighting to a forest ranger, can you tell us how it went for you.
Harold has left a new comment on your post "Attention: Please reply if you have had your licen...":
I reported a Bigfoot on Elk River road in Curry County in 1983 and suffered no license trouble. But a lady in Brookings, Oregon who I know saw what she thought was a Bigfoot on OR 199 in 1998 and they did suspend her license after about30 days.
She did get them back but also had to see a doctor. I was told by a OSP game officer that it depends on who the police officer is. In my case the policeman was a believer in Bigfoot so maybe he sheltered me from the suspension I don't know. I will ask her to write out her experience on this site. I would agree with you that if a cop has never took a report of bigfoot they would not know of the in's and out's of it.
Thank you. It was good of you to comment....Linda Newton-Perry
Ex ranger rick has left a new comment on your post "Worried About Having License Suspended":
This law only applies to state and federal highways in Oregon and some other states. It does not apply to Forest roads, or private lands such as Weyco, IP, RFP, GP ect. A forest ranger or BLM worker cannot report the person to the police unless the person is visibly disturbed. I have never heard of a ranger getting a license taken away. Nor BLM. Im retired now and the rangers now are all sworn deputies with firearms. This was not the case in 87. I will ask a ranger friend of mine and get back to you.
Thank you for commenting....Linda Newton-Perry
Ex DMV has left a new comment on your post "Worried About Having License Suspended":
Generally 40 to 60 days after a report is filed. People should also know the state sends their insurance co a nice letter telling them of the decision.
Thank you for the information....Linda Newton-Perry
Guest Editor-Blogger: DP
Regarding: License suspension after reporting a bigfoot
To me this suspension thing is very troublesome. A lot of the police officers say they will take them ,while others claim to have never heard of it. Why would anybody claim to have had there livelihood taken from them if it wasnt true. I mean if they're all telling a lie why? It belittles them to say my ODL was suspended. I can't think of one reason why they would all claim the same if it wasn't true. The ranger at Cave Junction told me I do not want to report bigfoot to a public officer meaning police. He seemed to know of the trouble it causes. I'm very worried about my ODL even though I didn't talk with the police.
I just hate it when people claim to know everything about everything. I can realize the state may have a reason to suspend someones licence for medical reasons but to target a small population of people after seeing bigfoot is wrong.
The first thing that came to my mind is that most police officers never have to deal with taking a bigfoot report. And of course, if the officer being asked about license suspension practices doesn't believe the animal exists, it could easily lead to a negative reply to the whole situation. ...Linda Newton-Perry