Friday, March 19, 2010
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1. Forest Rangers Warn Campers of Bigfoot Sightings, Long Ago
2. Culverts Tossed Over Steep Ravine, and Large Tracks Were Said Found
I took to the wilderness after my wife died of TB in 45. I lived until the age of 80 years in my cabin on Cold Creek in BC. I now live in a retirement home in BC. I've wrote my life down in my journal but have never published it. Thanks for your interest in Sasquatch. I looked for years and found hundreds of tracks but only seen two of them in my time.
I thank you so much for these photos. Please write more of your adventures. ...Linda Newton-Perry
Did you make your log home? How far from town was it? ...Linda Newton-Perry
Guest Editor-Blogger: Abe Videl
Regarding: A Sighting
Back in 1963, I was on one of many packing trips in remote BC. It was early summer and I was in the Kicking Horse Canyon above the Frazier River. I had been traveling for 2 weeks when I came across this elderly trapper that lived in a small cabin near Whitehorse Mountain. He invited me to stay a couple days with him to give my horse a badly needed hot pack for his front knee (bruised). After a day this guy told me of the forest giants that from time to time visited his cabin in the night to take salted fish and deer meat.I quickly became very interested in his claim that they would come within 30 feet of him at times. He claimed that a large male and female had been taking food from him for 4 years. He said these giants were SISWISS creatures. He said the giant creatures had never tried to harm him but only watched him with great detail. The last night before I was to leave the large female creature came within 200 yards of the cabin but would not take any fish or meat. He knew it was the female because of her lighter hair color. I was most disappointed that she didn't come close enough for me to view her. The trapper said she was shy and wouldn't come in because I was there. I sure wish I would have had more time and stay longer to maybe see these giants but at daybreak, I headed out for Kicking Horse Pass and never saw the trapper again. I often wondered years later if the trapper died there in his cabin. I also thought many times of the forest giants that this trapper had become acquainted with.
Mr. Videl, I sure would like to have a picture of you for the blog. Either now or in your younger years. I love it that a man of your experience is sharing with us. Thank you so much....Linda Newton-Perry
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I couldn't help but wonder what bigfoot was doing down in the tuffas, maybe finding minerals to eat? As to the red eyes, it does make you wonder, but I have read the same description in many bigfoot sighting reports.
I wonder if the eyes were blood-shot. Thank you for your comment. ...Linda Newton-Perry