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Saturday, February 4, 2012

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Rick has left a new comment on your post "Newspaper Column":


I would like to tell of a strange ordeal my brother and wife went through Oct. 15, 2011. They camped in a area of southwestern Oregon known as Iron Mountain near Agness Oregon. This campsite was at a old abandoned cabin left by someone many years in the past.

The evening of the 15th was just like any other night they had spent there. After supper they walked to the creek to get 2 gallons of water in milk jugs. My brother was bent down collecting water when his wife said "look over there." He raised his eyes to the trees across the creek and watched a huge black upright figure walk from behind one tree to another like a human would.

My brother wasn't sure what he had really seen. They gathered up the jugs and went back to camp. After a discussion about whether to leave the site or not they decided to stay that night. At 9 pm they heard the sound of someone or something coming through the brush next to the far end of the camp. It was at that moment they noticed a pungent smell in the air.

They got in the pickup and left the camp and all the gear behind. After about 1 hour, they drove back into the camp. Nothing was disturbed except something had taken the bacon and a box of "Hostess Cherry Pies" out of the cooler and turned it over on the ground.

As they gathered up the gear they said something seemed to be near the camp because the smell was still strong in the air. My brother and his wife believe bigfoot was responsible for the smell and the lost groceries.

The day before this happened they found limbs broke on a tree like someone tall had reached up and pulled them off. He didn't believe in bigfoot but does now.

Unfortunately the figure was too quick and the forest too dim to really get a good look at what it really was. They know no other humans were camped around them for several miles.

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Thank you for such an interesting sighting. ... Linda Newton-Perry

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