Found on Youtube by Seven Awesome Kids. The name of the video is "Let's Play in the Forest, While the wolf is not around." Enjoy
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Slow week for bigfoot news, but the topic is always enjoyable. I can not believe it has been a year (
Aug. 8, 2010) since the Emery Team snapped the photos of the bigfoot they’ve named Big Clyde. I’m still being called a liar by some readers of the online bigfoot magazine, Bigfoot Ballyhoo (www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com). A liar about what, you ask?
This would be about the team, itself. A big deal was and still is being made that I, Linda Newton-Perry, made up the team and even made up all the comments on Ballyhoo about the team. I assure you, nothing on Ballyhoo pertaining to the team is a lie. However, it is very disappointing that we have not heard much from them, the team.
Every once in a while a member of the ESP Team will comment, and for that we are grateful. Why? Well, it is very exciting. That’s why.
On the internet exciting revelations are being espoused all the time about DNA results and imminent announcements. This, of course, keeps bigfoot enthusiasts nailed to the internet.
In private conversations we wonder, when bigfoot is substantiated as real, how will this affect sightings and reporting of those sightings. Will there be more of them? I think this will be the case. Why? Well, since we will know that the animal is real, we will be looking for it. And the result of watching for it will be more photos and more sightings. It makes sense, doesn’t it? And to be able to “talk bigfoot” without embarrassment is almost worth this long wait.
I know that several of my friends read this newspaper column. I just wish to make clear my thoughts and beliefs about bigfoot. I believe bigfoot is simply an animal. An animal our creator made to occupy the deep dark forests of this world. Why I find the subject so interesting is a mystery to me.
Perhaps it is because the subject is a mystery (just as some people question God and refuse to believe in him). I’ve done a long and deep study of God and the Bible. The result of that study is a strong belief in him. And I’ve also studied bigfoot. And I believe it exists. Study and research are the keys to any subject if you wish to understand it. Until next week, keep “talking bigfoot,” Linda Newton-Perry