Will Bigfoot be “Discovered” in 2011?
I write this column on Saturday of each week. This week, it just so happens, is the first day of the New Year, 2011. Will this be the year the world begins to take bigfoot seriously? We bigfoot believers certainly hope so. Last year this time the late Dale Saxton was busy searching for bigfoot, and he would often tell people who had had a sighting to put it on Bigfoot Ballyhoo. And some did, knowing Ballyhoo was a safe place to share their sighting, because they trusted Dale Saxton. And Dale Saxton trusted Ballyhoo. One of Saxton’s team, Bill Emery, also recommended Ballyhoo to those who had a sighting.
Bill Emery continued with Saxton’s work of “discovering bigfoot” along with Saxton’s son, Cole Saxton, and friend Hank Parchell. What an exciting time that was when we followed along as the team spent time in the forest searching for bigfoot. One comment was being written on Ballyhoo as things were happening: “Something is coming. Got’ a go!” (Not the exact words, but close.) We had to wait until morning to find out what was going on. Early next morning the trail cam caught photos of Big Clyde, the bigfoot, and two team members witnessed the animal for themselves. We now wait to see these photos. They were taken on August 8th. It seems so long ago. The information we do get from the Emery Team is positive. Word is that when all information is secured an announcement will be made about the animal. It will not be announced on Bigfoot Ballyhoo. Because of the nature of the Internet, Emery and friends decided not to let us show a photo of Big Clyde. The one photo we have is not clear, but there has been no talk of it being tampered with. It is the one of the animal standing in front of the huge stump. Use the search tool and type in Big Clyde and you can see the photo.
A few changes were made to Bigfoot Ballyhoo (www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com). The blog is now being written for both children and adults. Mainly, this just means that children can read it or adults can read it to children, without crude and offensive language. We are encouraging children and adults to start bigfoot clubs to further bigfoot talk, to make it commonplace. Please comment on the site. Comments have proven to be the life-blood of Bigfoot Ballyhoo. And you can always write a letter to the editor of this paper voicing your opinion on the subject of bigfoot.... Linda Newton-Perry
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