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Friday, December 11, 2015

A Note



Another week, Dear Readers,
has flown by. I know that life is busy for everyone these days. I would, however, enjoy more reader support by way of comments. I’ve been publishing this blog since 2009. I check in several times of the day for comments. What do I comment on, you ask? Well, just about anything concerning bigfoot. How do you feel about the animal? How do you feel about the people that believe in or have seen a bigfoot?

I have not seen one, but I believe I might have heard and smelled one. It was on the Big Tree Trail of the Oregon Caves, in Oregon. How fun that was and how scary!

I look forward to your comments.

Linda Newton-Perry

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

A question for you. Me and a friend went to SRU lake last week. We wanted to see the layout of the land up in that area.We went in thru Graves Creek and came out 22 miles below Powers on the 33 forest road. Something strange that we cannot account for. I mean the forest service has some sort of loud whistle going off and 50 min intervals we found one whistle that is mounted on a small pull trailer about a mile from the lake. It is activated by compressed air. What is it for? It nearly hurts your ears when your near the lake. The trailer had USFS label on the air tank. with a chain thru it to keep it there.We could not locate the other one somewhere around the lake area.

Linda Newton-Perry said...

This is the area Bill Emery and team spotted bigfoot. Maybe, just maybe it is to scare bigfoots off. Just a guess.

Forest ranger said...

To anon;
Will you describe the whistle? A high pitch range? How long did It siren for? Were there other whistles that respond from across the forest ?

Anonymous said...

A high pitch siren like sound. They seem to go off at different intervals about 45 to 50 min apart.

Anonymous said...

They state it is to keep wildlife away from the campground and visitors . What are they referring too. Cougars,Bigfoot or Elk?