Saturday, June 26, 2010
This is an Orang-Utan
Did you know that these animals have young every 7-9 years? That means they have only about 3-4 per lifetime.
Some scientists believe this animal is very close to bigfoot in kind or genus. Maybe this explains why there seems to be so few bigfoot.
(Scientific Classification. Orang-utans belong to the anthropoid ape family, Pongidae. They are classified as genus Pongo, species. P. pygmaeus. (George B. Schaller)). This scientific information from The World Book Encyclopedia.
I've often thought it might be a good idea to find a place, high in the mountains, and just watch for bigfoot. There has been a problem for me with this idea, in that, it is difficult to find an opening in the trees to set up, along a paved road, that is. Just an idea. What do you readers think? Have any of you tried this?...Linda Newton-Perry
Emery Reports Plenty of Lions and Bears
Bigfoot Adventurer, Bill Emery, emerged Thursday, June 24, 2010, from the Siskiyous and Rogue Wilderness Mountains. His goal was to discover as much information as possible about the Sru Lake bigfoot. After his long trek, he believed the animal had moved on to the Oregon Cave area. He recorded seeing 18 black bears, 3 cougars (also called mountain lions), 20 porcupines and uncountable squirrels and deer. He was so deep into the forests, the squirrels ate trail mix from his hands. In fact, because of small footprints observed, he was sure he was being watched by a female bigfoot. He didn’t see her, but she threw small sticks at him and hooted while he camped at night. Emery has promised to tell us more about his wilderness trek. Please go to the blog Bigfoot Ballyhoo at www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com to read in Emery’s own words about the days and nights he spent looking for bigfoot in the Siskiyous and Rogue Wilderness Mountains.
June 19-20 was the 2010 Oregon Sasquatch Symposium held at Lane Community College. I didn’t attend. I was at a three day Christian Convention in beautiful Salem Oregon. A little over two hundred attended the Sasquatch symposium. Those that reported on the symposium were quick to say it was much like all the rest of such gatherings that are springing up all over the United States. That may be so, but most of us bigfoot believers can not get to these affairs and would appreciate good reporting. Dr. Meldrum, always a great presenter, spoke, disappointing no one. Autumn Williams awed the crowd with her talk about her new book, “Enoch.” The audience, it was reported, gasped when the book cover was first flashed on the screen.
Next, I’d like you to know about a website a friend told me about. It has nothing to do with bigfoot. It is a site where you can look up those men and women that died in the Viet Nam War. It is very easy to use. Here is the site address: http://www.virtualwall.org/iStates.htm.
Linda Newton-Perry, along with her husband, Christopher Perry, is the author of four children’s bigfoot books (fiction) and a Viking Age novel, Forced Blood The Norseman. You may order the books on Amazon.com or the Perry’s website” www.christopherperryandlindanewtonperry.com.