Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Melvin xxxxxx, Fortuna, Ca has left a new comment on your post "A Message to Ms xxxxxx from Linda Newton-Perry":
(The xxxxxx Photo is the 1962 animal found dead under a log about a month after the Columbus Day Storm. Many photos were taken of the animal, this is just one of them. The file of this animal is with DOI and closed to the public. The Rand Corp Group is trying to get the file opened to public view.)
After lots of thought, my mom will let you have a copy of the [photo of the] creature she possess. First, I told her to take the photo and have property of Doris xxxxxx encased on the side of the photo. Now with that said, I need to tell why the creature is so torn up for lack of other words.
This tree that hit this creature was 7 foot wide. People will no doubt see the right arm is torn off the creature and the severed arm and hand is 2 feet from the head. It clearly shows this is not a ape as some have thought. It is more human looking than ape. Also the large cut in the back of it was caused by the chainsaw when they removed the tree from her.
I will warn you the photo is bloody and shocking and should not be viewed by children or sickly adults. With this said, I will e-mail the photo to tLinda Perry as soon as it becomes possible after the stamp is on it.
My father would want people to see this creature but would not want it sold to anybody. We have never asked for money for it, so we would ask people to respect our wishes not to either..
Thank you very much. We will all be looking forward to seeing the photo. Can't wait, in fact!...Linda Newton-Perry
A Message to Ms xxxxxx,
Ms xxxxxx it breaks my heart that I can't promise you that someone will not copy and use the photo. We here at Ballyhoo will not use it for direct monetary gain.
All of us bigfoot believers are hungry to see one of these photos. Most of us will never see the animal, other than a photo such as you have. Please reconsider sharing it with us and the world. If it is available for view, free, perhaps it will not be worth so very much. I don't know, I'm just throwing the thought out there.
The photo would be your "gift" to the world. And for a certainty it would be all over the internet in no time flat. I do know for a fact, you would be making many people happy.
If you should give it to Bigfoot Ballyhoo for publication, we will name the photo "the xxxxxx photo." Thank you. ...LP