Be proud of your sighting. Share it. You are one of few. Thanks for "talking bigfoot" on Bigfoot Ballyhoo.
Sunday, November 7, 2010
Marcy has left a new comment on your post "BC Bigfoot Research":
I'm grateful to see this post. Although I really wish this person had commented weeks ago, when it would have helped the Ballyhoo blog a lot!
The firestorm of rudeness and brattishness has effectively deprived thousands of bigfoot believers of the information the ESP team secured with so much effort. Now, we're not just 'waiting'. Now we're wondering if the photos and DNA results will ever be published where we can see them. My thanks to the Perrys, and to this bigfoot site-person who commented. But this stuff makes me very sad.
I feel the same way, that it makes me sad. ... Please keep commenting, Marcy. We enjoy your comments very much. I can't remember, Marcy, have you seen a bigfoot? How is it again that you love the subject of this being? Can you share your "story" with us? ... Linda Newton-Perry
Thank you for asking. Yes, I remember telling the story months ago, of something very tall reaching in the window (7 feet off the ground) and grabbing our teenage daughter's ankle. Now, I'm laughing at this peculiarity: none of us SAW anything during the event because it was something like 2:30 am. I heard the footsteps as the creature ran away, and we all heard our oldest daughter yelling for help when the creature grabbed her ankle. This was around 1975.
And just last week, the daughter who was 3 years old at the time told me that the sisters had been smelling the creature for several nights! She had no idea why they hadn't told us. She also described the terrible sense of fear. Both of those attributes are part of Bigfoot lore; we didn't learn that until many years after the event. This very old incident is a powerful reason for me to encourage your blog, and your determination to get people to talk about this creature. Nobody told us! If it were commonplace to talk about the hairy giants, we might have a solid body of data by now. And who knows how many families would not be troubled with bizarre memories?
Yes, now I remember Marcy. Thanks so much for re-telling the story. ... LNP