Last week I spoke, by phone, to a woman that reads this column each week. She thanked me for the time that I spend writing it. One thing she said that hasn’t been addressed, and that is, she said she eagerly looked each week through the paper anticipating a photo of Big Clyde. A photo will not appear in the paper or on Bigfoot Ballyhoo. As soon as we hear of where it can be viewed, we will tell the readers of the paper and online magazine, Bigfoot Ballyhoo.
March 8th, it will be seven months since the ESPO [Team] observed and their trail cam snapped photos of the animal they’ve named Big Clyde. To be exact, just two of the members of the team saw the animal, Bill Emery and Hank Parchell. Will it not be exciting to see a clear photo of Big Clyde? We are all looking forward to that day.
The reader that called me last week shared a bigfoot experience and possible sighting of bigfoot. The sighting was of an animal her husband saw on the shoulder of the freeway. It was down. He thought it was dead, but didn’t stop because he was alone. It worried him that if it were a bigfoot it could have been just knocked out and might have come-to while he examined it. No doubt it was a wise choice.
This leads to an interesting question. What would you do if you should find a bigfoot dead on the shoulder of the road? Much has been written about just such experiences. And each time, the body simply has disappeared. Why can we say this? Well if it were otherwise, the mystery would be solved. Science could and would have by now stamped the animal “real.”
One person on the blog, Bigfoot Ballyoo, wrote that if they were to find a bigfoot corpse, they would call the local paper (several papers) as quickly as possible. It would then be documented before the animal is scooped up and disposed of.
Most weeks we get recent sightings of bigfoot on Bigfoot Ballyhoo. You can read about the experience above on Ballyhoo. It took place in Northern California You can email your experience to email@example.com or comment on the Ballyhoo site at www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com. We will not print your name if that is your wish. Until next week. Linda Newton-Perry