Thursday, November 11, 2010
Dark Blue Circle Touching White Circle is Near Where These Prints Were Found
My husband and I and 2 other couples were camped at Butler Bar Campground for 1 week in April 2008. On the 4th night we had dinner and decided to take our dog for a walk up the road. We got a mile or so up Butler Mountain Road and it began to lightly snow. Then the dog started acting strange. First we thought it was a big cat he smelled. Then we got a whiff of something terrible smelling. Suddenly we heard the sound of somebody pounding a tree with something. It got louder and louder. We got the very strange feeling of somebody watching us.
Well I would guess this went on for 10 minutes or so. We turned around and hurried quickly back down the road to camp. The next morning my hubby and 2 friends drove up the road to where we heard the sound and smelled the stink. Bob said there were 4 big tracks crossing the road and going up a bank into the tall timber. They all said that the tracks were barefooted big tracks with 5 toes or claws at the front of them. There was about a 1/2 inch of snow on the road so it was hard to make them out real good. We had all talked about the feeling of being watched several times at the campground.
We could not shake that feeling so the 6th day we left. After we got back home my husband informed me that he thought it was could have been a bigfoot that made the smell. He is a police officer and does not jump the gun on thinking this. As a game warden he said he'd never seen tracks like that before or after. Over 18 years on the job and never seen that kind of track?
Years ago another game warden seen the same kind of print on Iron Mountain and reported them only to get transferred to Harney County.
Thank you so much for this information. ... LNP
Above: Here we are at a bookstore giving away a copy of our book Forced Blood The Norseman. (I placed a different photo over the original one in the photo of Chris. He hated the original. I don't blame him. He is a handsome man and the original was awful of him. Linda.)
I want to make it clear that the ESP Team owes this blog nothing. When the announcement is made of their findings and pictures, things will right themselves. When one writes, newspaper columns, this blog, and so on, it is expected that unasked opinions and put downs will come. You know, "if you can't stand the heat, get out ......." We will stay, thank you!
Again it has been an honor to follow this team as they risked their lives to capture a photo of this animal. I, being a newspaper woman, made up a headline as one does in newspaper work, and was disappointed, several times. But I can only image Mr. Emery's angst as he's tried to fulfill the promise to give Bigfoot Ballyhoo information and photos--first--of the bigfoot, Big Clyde. We understand that he must first of all keep tight hold on this valuable information concerning his bigfoot discovery.
I know that this team exists; and you, dear reader, should know by now that it does as well. If you followed day by day the blog, you should know that the photos submitted were tampered with, at least two of them anyway. The photo of the animal standing in front of the huge stump, as far as we know, has not been tampered with.
Please comment. ... Linda Newton-Perry