Sunday, October 17, 2010
No, Bill Emery has not emailed me or commented. And, yes, I too, hope he comes back. We do miss hearing from him and the rest of the team. One person said on a comment today, that the last photo that came from a movie makes us look foolish. Yes, of course it does. There is no arguing that. But, it has been explained that a young man in the lab dallied with the photo. Bill submitted it thinking it was the real thing. And I might add, this photo was not one of the clear and sharp photos. It seems bigfoot research is fraught with twists and turns, and ... But the turns and twists will straighten themselves out when in the end--bigfoot is proclaimed a real live being. And it sounds from all we hear from the field that the ESP Team could play an important part in this revelation. ... Linda Newton-Perry
In case you've been wondering, yes, I've been kept informed about what's going on with them. Not in much detail, mind you, but some. And I've been asked to not publish a few comments concerning them. I'm certain that soon we, meaning the world, will get some great information on this being we call bigfoot. I didn't want you readers to think I'm trying to avoid the ESP Team. We eagerly look forward to hearing the final outcome of their adventure. ... Linda Newton-Perry
You know and I know Joey would never last long out in the "real" forest. So, I'm going to talk to him about moving his family into my granddaughter's dollhouse that's in the garage. They will have privacy although it isn't as rustic as the forest. But, it's sure better than being eaten by a whole bunch of forest beings like birds, snakes, spiders... Well, you get the idea. I'll let you know how the dollhouse offer works out. ... to be continued.
I've tried to warn Joey, but he will not listen. His wife Jenna wants to leave my desktop. She wants a home of her own. I can't blame her but I worry for them, just a few ants and their history! Here Joey is in the box I transport him in so he will not get mangled. I hope he will change his mind. I'm going to look for a spider before I put the top down. You know, just to show him! ...to be continued.
Deer Hunter has left a new comment on your post "Who appoints the secret keeper? ...":
Saturday Oct. 16th, I was told of a new sighting of Sasquatch by 3 elderly hunters. I will say the sighting occurred in the Siskiyou Range in southwestern Oregon at 7: am Saturday. The hunters were walking down a washed out dirt road and spotted movement up on the hillside. They froze in place because the thoughts were it was deer moving. The hunters then saw a dark black or dark brown creature walk out from behind a large oak tree. They all got a descent look at it before it moved into heavy vegetation. It was told to me the creature was upright, very tall and walking on two powerful looking legs and covered with sparse hair around its face and hands. It arms were long and powerful looking also. After the creature moved off they noticed that some orange-ish mushrooms had been put in a small pile at the base of the oak. The hunters all agreed the creature was not a bear but a Sasquatch or Bigfoot. When they examined the ground more closely they found prints with five toes on each foot. The measurements of the tracks were 18 3/4 and 8 1/2 wide at the heal. There is no indications the hunters made this up.
None of them believed Bigfoot was actually real. It was pointed out to me that none of them wanted to report the sighting to law enforcement because of fear of being dubbed nut cases.
They did say I could tell the sighting to the persons of my choice just to keep their names out and location of the sighting.
Thank you Dear Hunter for trusting Bigfoot Ballyhoo with this sighting. As you know we simply Talk Bigfoot on this site. Soon we hope it will become commonplace and ones will not fear being labeled "nut cases" when they tell people their sighting experience. ... Linda Newton-Perry