Thursday, December 16, 2010
Please remember this bigfoot magazine covers the world. Whatever country, whatever state, we would like to hear about your sightings, your concerns. We simply talk bigfoot here. If you wish to report a sighting, you can find a suitable website within a few minutes by simply searching. We do not call and ask questions about your sighting. Just tell us what you can comfortably share. We bigfoot believers just love to hear about the animal. ... And that is all there is to it. ... Linda Newton-Perry (a bigfoot enthusiast).
I know this is disturbing to some, but it all ended well. There is some bad feelings going on between my favorite two bigfoots. As you can see the puppet, Roosevelt T. Forester, has Joey Bigfoot in his mouth. I've since taken Roosevelt aside and explained to him that just because he is bigger than Joey, he has no right to take advantage of him. As of now, Roosevelt has not apologised and is in "time out." And until he does apologise he will be sitting in the corner for who knows how long. We will keep you readers informed as the story develops. (Not to worry, this is all made up.)
On this bridge a bigfoot was observed by a group of men on their way home from working in the woods. The men called the police and one came to the bridge. He also saw the bigfoot and shot his gun in the air to keep it from advancing. Does anyone know how this all came out? We are jus following up on an old report.
Yesterday was a beautiful sunny day, so my wife and I decided a trip into the forest was in order. We left Riddle at 9:am and went the Cow Creek road to Elk Valley road. Then we entered the Siskiyou National Forest . We took plenty of gas, food and overnight gear in case of snow. As we neared the Meriel road we started hitting snow about 2 inches deep on the road. A ways further the road was again clear for the most part.We made it to Sru Lake about 1:30PM and stopped there for lunch and a breathtaking view of the forest.
As we sat near the entrance of the lake. we noticed several pickups go by. One gentleman stopped and asked us if we were OK and then told us he and some others are down from Woodland, Washington. We told the man we had read about the Sasquatch purported to be around there. He said he too had been told about the sightings from an individual from USFS in the area.
We asked him if he knew of a film crew up there and he said last week they were around that area and over at the lookout (meaning Bald Knob). We talked for a while and he told me he believes the Bigfoot stories.
"Up where I come from many sightings of Bigfoot over the years have come in."
Well, at 2:30 we winded down the mountain looking at the tall big timber and hoping for a look at Bigfoot. No luck at that but we were able to see the most beautiful land and trees towering above us. We returned home at 6:PM after a good dinner at Camas Valley. Thanks for all the information you provide to us Bigfoot thrill seekers.
You are welcome and thank you for this comment. ... Linda Newton-Perry