Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Considering all that is going on in this world, why do a few of us eagerly anticipate hearing and reading about bigfoot sightings? For the majority of humans, bigfoot isn't a very important subject, and of course that is understandable. But to some of us, it's an exciting one.
Evidently there are in our woods and forests huge ape-like beings. They keep to themselves for the most part. If they are animal, then, they can develop diseases that can cause them to be aggressive. Since we humans find much enjoyment hiking, hunting and fishing, in these woods, it is vital that we know that these large beings are there. Their existence should not be kept from us. It seems it should be a basic right.
This is my view. What's yours? ... Linda Newton-Perry
If you think you've seen a bigfoot, we would love to hear about it. We do not follow up on sightings. There are several good places on the Internet to do that. We simply provide this site for "talking bigfoot." Most of us believe in bigfoot and just enjoy learning more about the being. Tell us about your sighting and if you reported it. What happened when you reported the sighting etc. Did you report it to the police, forest service, or some other agency. We would like to know the area as well.
We here at Ballyhoo believe the public should know, no, actually deserve to know about these beings. So, do your part and tell us about your experience. ... Linda Newton-Perry
Folks we need to take this man called SquatchDetective for what he is. A legal investigator: NO. Is he using the phone and internet to hurt another Bigfoot site and people involved with Bigfoot reports:Yes. Does he himself have any interest, money or self knowledge on ESP or Linda Perry: NO.
He is simply and unjustly trying to force Ballyhoo and her readers off the net. The person is a self proclaimed Sasquatch detective whatever that might mean. He claims "to take the BS out of Bigfoot" but hands out his own BS claiming it's the only truth.
I have never seen someone go so low on another person or persons . Enough is enough when someone calls others on the phone and tries to get information without his or hers true reason.