Skunk Cabbage/Bigfoot Food
Tuesday, May 25, 2010
Debbie has left a new comment on your post "Be Proud! Share Your Sighting!":
update: Have received no communication from the government on my request for access to view the file we talked about. Will let you know of any progress. It may be a while before a response is given from them.
Thank you, Debbie. We appreciate all you do on this important project. ...Linda Newton-Perry
WS Parker, DFW has left a new comment on your post "A Word from Bill Emery":
Each year hundreds of reports are coming in about the creature known as bigfoot. Of course some are faked but the majority of them are from people who have nothing to gain from reporting a sighting. It seems many of these reports have different aspect on what the creature or animal was doing at the time of the encounter. Now that spring/summer is here many people will head into the forest regions to camp over the weekends and holidays.
If a person encounters one or more Sasquatches/Bigfoot they need to keep their cool. The vast majority of these sighting end with the animal quickly leaving the area. If you see one the best evidence shows not to move any closer to it. If bigfoot stands in place it's probably just curious about you. The wrong thing to do is scream or yell at the creature. This can bring on aggressive behavior on their part. Remember these animals as a whole will not harm you and will leave.
Use extra caution with your children because Bigfoot has in the past showed interest in younger children. The use of a gun when trying to scare the animal off may prove dangerous. In fact it may be the worst thing to do. The animal may think it's being attacked and respond with force. Everybody should use the forest for their enjoyment but remember the forest is the home of many wild animals and were just visitors there. Using these habits will keep you safe and make your camping experience enjoyable for all.