Wednesday, March 7, 2012
J. Whitsitt has left a new comment on your post "19 Months Since ...":
After attending a meeting last month, it looks as if the United States Forest Service is out of options on how to deal with the oncoming slot of real evidence on Bigfoot.
Some of us have seen cam photos of what people call Bigfoot from Emery/Saxton and feel that USFS will be forced to admit that this animal in the 3 cam shots is not any known animal with any classification.
For the hair samples and fecal matter seem to indicate that the animal is a positive branch of primate but not as ape or monkey.
Their documentary has been filmed and will come out for viewing this year.
I want to be clear that I'm not giving anything away on what's happened. This is only my own knowledge of events as of now.
Thank you so much for giving us this information. Please feel free to comment often. I do hope Emery will tell us when and where we can view the documentary. ... Linda Newton-Perry
Irene Sue-Neil sits in her office, with space heater at her bare feet, moving her head side to side. So, this is what she’s come to, videoing herself as a negative-blue, crazy-looking woman, talking bigfoot and in the end eating a fake bird.
She reasoned it was a bit entertaining. She, after all, was getting a few hits on Youtube. Was it though worth appearing silly? And, was it worth all the trouble keeping up the online bigfoot magazine?
The blue-woman’s thoughts wandered back to when her bigfoot sight was targeted by a few over-zealous bigfoot enthusiasts. The attacks certainly took the enjoyment away from reporting on bigfoot.
The attacks followed soon after a team of bigfoot field researchers from Oregon took to the forest searching for the animal. Over the course of several months the men shared their field research. They camped, attached trail cams, hiked the woods, put out food and waited.
Neil’s site, at the time, accepted all and any comments. Many of the comments were derogatory, vicious even. Photos of bigfoots were submitted that were from bigfoot movies and one footprint was submitted along with a story of how the submitter got the photo. Turned out, the footprint belonged to a Florida bigfoot field researcher.
A deluge of comments swore that Neil was making everything up on the site. The proof, these people said was that she was a writer. She makes things up. Makes sense, right? they asked.
Neil nudged the space heater a few inches from her feet and turned the knob to a lower setting.
She smiled to herself, remembering the excitement of the days leading up to two of the men of the team actually seeing the animal. And the fantastic claim they made, that their trail cam had captured at least three clear photos of the animal.
The worst and blurriest of the three was sent to Neil’s site. It was posted. The head of the team promised to share the good clear photos with Neil’s site as soon as they could arrange copyright protection.
Neil drew in a deep breath, sipped the last of her cold coffee, and folded her hands. The bigfoot site and newspaper column she wrote were at times, both pleasurable. She enjoyed the comments that encouraged her to keep on with the site. And there were those that wrote they enjoyed that no profanity was used or allowed.
She sniffed louder than required, shook her head and fought back self-loathing because of the blue negative videos. She was asking herself were the videos brilliant or simply common? artless?
It was odd that the bigfoot researchers who attacked her site, seemed to be doing okay. That is after the character attacks, they, it seemed, had kept a high standing in the bigfoot research arena.
The reality was that nothing they claimed was true. She’d made up none of what was on her bigfoot site except the fiction stories.
Neil checked the comments on the site. A new one had just come in. It was a sighting report, and a great one at that. “Ah,” she said to herself, “just what I love to read.”
She knew she’d keep publishing the site, keep writing the newspaper column, after all, what could be more fun than researching “the bogyman” that her mom warned would get her when she was a child.
Little did she know, it would be the researchers of this unknown being that would try to get her and that she'd have to look out for!
Tomorrow will be 19 months since the ESP Team saw and photographed Big Clyde the Bigfoot in a forest in Oregon. Hank Parchell one of the members has since died. If you've followed this site, you know that on the 8th of each month I talk about the team and often come real close to begging for some information. If you know anything, that you can talk about, please tell us.
One of the last things I heard about the team is that they were going to try to get some video of a bigfoot and possibly do some sort of documentary.
We don't wish for anyone to tell us things that they've promised not to, but we sure would like to know what is going on with the team. Information on the new member would be great as well.
The photo,top right column, is a poor photo of Big Clyde.