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Christopher and I rented a helicopter a year or so ago to check out a bigfoot sighting area by air. The experience was exhilarating. We didn't observe a bigfoot, but still it was an educational experience. The miles and miles of steep-sided mountains leave no doubt in our minds that a huge animal could live without being seen very often.
a problem with the discovery of this animal has
presented itself. It is claimed on public lands proof of its existence, photos,
and etcetera can not be shared with the public. If one does share the proof,
again, it is claimed that one may be sued by some agency of the government. Oregon
How does one go about getting around this sticky conundrum? Well, how about not divulging the location of the proof? Do the work, get the proof, but keep the location secret.
To me this makes sense. I do not wish for anyone to be sued or the forest shut down leading to the loss of family wage jobs, and many of them at that!
WHAT DO YOU THINK/BELIEVE?
Best regards, Linda Newton-Perry