Squaw Lake Renamed
Squaw Lake, a small lake south of Powers, Oregon, has had a name change. It is now Sru Lake. And again, vandalism has been reported at the lake. A very heavy, iron fire ring was found high in a tree, convincing many that a human just couldn’t have pulled it from the ground and heaved it into the tree. It sounds as if the lake is closed and trespassers, if caught, will be charged with trespassing. Several comments from readers of the blog Bigfoot Ballyhoo, give good argument that something indeed is living in the area, and that “something” is believed to be a huge bigfoot.
Helpful too, was a comment from a reader on why a police officer cannot warn one of the consequences of reporting a bigfoot sighting to the police. Or even why the police officer cannot just refuse to take the report, such as when one is stopped for a traffic violation and the officer does not give out a ticket. A ticket is not the same as a report. Once one calls the police station and requests to speak to an officer to “report” a bigfoot sighting the wheels are moving and can’t be stopped. The officer must take the report, this according to our anonymous commenter. Now we know why reporting a bigfoot sighting to a police officer, the sighting from our car, will result in a suspension of our license, in the state of Oregon. Now that we know, shouldn’t we let as many people as possible know?
On the blog, Bigfoot Ballyhoo, I’ve provided a page-size poster than can be printed. If you will tack the poster to a free bulletin board in your area, it is at least a start. According to Verna, a commenter on the blog, these states also have this policy and consequences for making a false report: AK, AZ, NE, GA, WV, NC, DE, MN, NM. The states of WA and UT also practice the false report, but it’s a class B infraction.
We are looking forward to the CNN special on license suspension after seeing a bigfoot. Evidently, it is on hold because of the earthquakes and other pressing news. I want to thank all the readers and commenters on the blog. If you will notice, we will be starting a new extension blog. The reason for the new blog is so the newest comments can be available and not roll into the older posts. And it will give us more room for photos etc.