Sunday, May 23, 2010
Bill Emery has left a new comment on your post "The Truth, the whole Truth!":
I will not comment on Cory's encounter as I did not investigate it personally. I have met Cory and do believe something took place.
Some have asked me if I would ever use a law enforcement department to check a witness out. That's easy for me! NO. Personally I haven't and would not ever use law enforcement for any part of information on a person. I have found that law enforcement is not always into the whole truth.
If the person calls me, I can usually tell if they are sincere in their story. Everybody is different and they see things not in line with others. My research and investigations are based on trust. If I'm suspect of everybody I cannot help them. I always go on the premise that the report is close to accurate as possible. Everybody is different in the way they treat a witness. I was taught that there's a little truth in everything. This is always worked good for me.
I'm still talking with some people on the recent Sru lake thing as Ive been up north for a while. As for the 1962 investigation, I can say with 97% certainty it happened and did view a photo of a dead creature from that year and area. As for the gov having the file it is my belief that they most likely do but will never open it because of the nature of the subject.
I do hope Debbie is making progress but still I'm hesitant to swallow the file thing hook, line and sinker. Remember this; always treat people like you'd want them to treat you.
Frank Gilmore has left a new comment on your post "More on Sru Lake "Accident"":
I'm a person that has never wrote here or anywhere on Bigfoot. People repeatedly ask, "Why doesn't more people come forward with Bigfoot sightings?" A while back some person wished to tell his encounter on this blog about a Bigfoot sighting. Then he was massacred by a well known Bigfoot researcher in California.
I think this episode left a bad smell on all Bigfoot hunters. I clearly remember that the man was called a liar, fraud and god knows what else. Then the professional Bigfoot investigator evidently even called his superior and complained about the deputy telling his story. This was a shock to many of us that would like to tell what we've seen but got scared off by this one investigator.
When a person who claims to be a professional person breaks the trust of the community, it becomes harder for people to trust any of them. And I also realize many came to the defense of this California Bigfoot hunter and said he's the top of the line when it comes to Bigfoot research.
I know that not all of them are looking to belittle people but it just seems that one bad egg in a basket makes them all suspect.
Thank you for your comment. I'm sure you speak for many on this subject of bigfoot. I (Linda Newton-Perry) think if I had a sighting and wanted to talk about it, I would not include information that could lead back to me. That is unless I wanted everyone to know. There is no way this blog can trace commenters. We here at Bigfoot Ballyhoo encourage "Bigfoot Talk." Please feel free to comment often. ...Linda Newton-Perry