The "Law's" on Bigfoot's Side
Last week was very exciting in the world of bigfoot. The Rand Corp Group has agreed to help open the 1962 Columbus Day Animal’s file to the public. There should be photos and possibly even bones of that animal, found in early November when it was discovered under a fallen tree. Some believe that this file will not prove the animal exists. What “some” believe, often is not the truth of the matter. In the world of bigfoot, we often hear, “Why haven’t bones been found?” Well, they have been. From comments on Bigfoot Ballyhoo (www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com) the bones were traced to the Smithsonian and then were ordered by the Department of Interior to be sent to them, where the file has been closed to the public ever since. For years a photo of the animal was tacked to a wall at a local restaurant. Photos are being sought, as many were taken on the day the female animal was found dead and face down under a log. If you have one of these photos, please share it with us. We wish to thank Debbie of the Rand Corp Group for her help and interest in bigfoot. It is apparent that she believes the public has a right to know about it.
And it is apparent, or seems to be, that Sru Lake is still having “weird” activity. No one has seen the perpetrator, but one commenter said he could hear limbs snapping and a very long vocalization that he’d never heard the likes of. He assumed it was the bigfoot that everyone has been saying lives in the area.
We are still getting comments that individuals who have had their licenses suspended when they reported a bigfoot sighting to the police are being compensated for expenses they incurred. One commenter on the blog said, in his letter he received from the state, that Oregon as of 2-6-2010 will no longer suspend a license when one reports a bigfoot to the police. We hope the several states that still suspend licenses will take Oregon’s lead and quit the practice.
Please do remember that if you’ve seen a bigfoot, you are one of very few that have had the privilege. Treasure that fact, for it will probably always be difficult to get a glimpse of this wood’s adept creature.