Hank Parchell is one of the two men who glimpsed the bigfoot the ESP team named Big Clyde, Aug. 8th, 2010.
Hi Linda. Everything is fair with me. Over the last few months, I have been diagnosed with diabetes and have had to stop my work with Bill and Cole. Those guys are OK too.
I still hope to return to the search for answers on Bigfoot. Being a part of that crowd was interesting to say the least. "What is the Bigfoot?" is my main question along with how they keep out of sight so well. Even though the tests were inconclusive on what it might be, it's still baffling to me if it's a link from man's past or a primate not yet identified.
Many things are in progress on our find in the Siskiyous. Someday, I hope we can all accept each other without nasty comments and made up stories--from some. It is one thing to disagree with someone and quite another to set out to purposely destroy one's name and intentions for self profit.
No person knows what it's like to have people go on a scavenger hunt to discredit one's beliefs till it happens to them.
Bill will not let those bent on cheap rumors interfere with what he feels he needs to accomplish with Bigfoot.
I won't be silenced by some bad PR. Thanks again for your site Bigfoot Ballyhoo.
Thank you for such a lengthy reply. And yes, I understand what it feels like to have someone try to discredit one's work and reputation. But I intend to keep soldiering on, with the knowledge that I am in the right. We so miss comments from you three "bigfoot adventurers"! I know, Hank, it must have been "just an out of this world experience" to have seen bigfoot. So feel free to talk about it here on Ballyhoo. We bigfoot enthusiasts and "believers" know that we will probably never see the animal for ourselves in the wild. BUT, my goodness you have. So anytime, speak out and share your sighting.
The anniversary of Dale Saxton's death is next month and I'd sure appreciate it if one of you three would write a line or two to remember him. Again, thanks, ... Linda Newton-Perry