Saturday, October 23, 2010
Bob’s Market, Scottsburg, Oregon, played the friend to bigfoot believers in that a man there recommended a couple report their bigfoot sighting to our blog, Bigfoot Ballyhoo, (www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com). Shellie captivated our imagination as she drew us into the scene of a bigfoot eating apples from a tree located on an old farmstead. The bigfoot watched the couple with just as much curiosity as the couple held for it, or so was implied by Shellie’s account. The sighting was Oct. 20th, 8:15 am, 2010. “We watched a strange creature in a field next to the road (Weatherly Creek?) that goes over to Smith River. We watched this upright thing eating apples from a tree by this old abandoned farmhouse.” They clicked away with their cell phone but got nothing but grey with a little black “mixed in.” Shellie’s words allowed us to easily visualize the eight foot tall, several hundred pound being that finally limped out of sight behind an old pump house. What a great sighting; it was told so well it gave Chris and I goose bumps. Shellie ended her comment with, “Neither of us believed in the bigfoot stories before. Now we do believe it is real.” Please check out Bigfoot Ballyhoo if you are at all interested in this captivating animal.
Ballyhoo has been getting sighting reports of just a day or two old. We do nothing with these reports, no follow-up, and do not require a name. We realize this allows the possibility for hoaxes but that is the nature of a no-name required blog. Enjoy the blog and comment; remember, encouraging “bigfoot talk” is one of the main reasons for the blog.
Good news, in that we are now awaiting a photo that the ESP Team took Aug. 8, 2010. We received this encouraging information from a friend of the team. Chris and I will be shown the photo first and then some time in the future it will be published here on Ballyhoo. For a couple of weeks now, Ballyhoo has labored under the impression that we wouldn’t be allowed to publish any of the results of the team’s find. So, you can imagine how excited we were when we read the email informing us that Emery will allow one photo to be published on the site. For information about the ESP Team’s “Discovery” click Aug. 8th in the search tool on the blog.
Linda Newton-Perry, along with her husband Christopher Perry, is the author of four children’s bigfoot fiction books, (soon a fifth). You may order a copy on Amazon.com: Search Amazon books under Linda Newton-Perry.