Saturday, May 7, 2011
This video found on youtube under PammieSue1.
Was it a Bigfoot?
Last week near Yoncalla, Oregon, an unknown animal was walking down the road and caused a vehicle accident. The driver swerved to miss the animal. At first it was reported that a “person” was walking down the middle of the road. And then “person” was changed to unknown animal. The person or animal was never found as of the writing of this column. Immediately after hearing of this incident, we at Ballyhoo began discussing the possibility that this animal could well have been the limping bigfoot of the Loon Lake, Scottsburg and Elkton areas.
The animal has been named Stumpy by the locals, according to one commenter on the online bigfoot magazine, Bigfoot Ballyhoo (www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com). If this animal was a bigfoot, it is the opinion of some that it should be found and removed from the area since it has been reported to be the cause of at least, we believe, two vehicle accidents, one at the hwy 38 turnoff to Loon Lake and now this one near Yoncalla.
May 8th is the ninth month anniversary of the ESP Team’s trail cam snapping a photo of a bigfoot that they’ve named Big Clyde. If you will recall, Bill Emery and Hank Parchell both observed the animal in early morning on that date. Are they having a book written? Is a TV program being put together? Why haven’t we heard about this remarkable discovery? If anyone knows and can tell us about it, please do.
Again, we at Ballyhoo will not let the Team and its discovery fade from this column and the online bigfoot magazine, Bigfoot Ballyhoo. Why? Because Ballyhoo and Linda Newton-Perry will, when the team releases its information and photos, be exonerated of the ridiculous claims that they made-up the team and its bigfoot discovery. If we were to stop mentioning the Team, then, when it does present its evidence, Ballyhoo and the Perrys will never be exonerated as they will have been forgotten and the dark cloud of doubt will forever hang over their work, and their writing on the subject, bigfoot.
We encourage those that think they’ve had a bigfoot sighting to share their encounter with us. If you like you can write a letter, you can email or comment on Bigfoot Ballyhoo. Send letters to Perry, P.O. Box 334, Sutherlin, Oregon. The site and column are for “Talking Bigfoot.” So enjoy the subject bigfoot as we wait for its “discovery” to be made official. Until next week, Linda Newton-Perry
It's the weekend and as you know we have a thing or two of interest to children. Ms. Kathy Bigfoot is building an outside kitchen. She plans to spend some time today working on it and will share a couple of photos with us here on Ballyhoo.