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Sunday, January 17, 2016

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Guest Editor-Blogger: Russell Tilman
 

This is a very interesting encounter. What we know about bigfoot is very limited indeed. One thing I have come to know is for some reason the bigfoots in the area of southern Oregon seem to have been violent towards humans. Story after story tells of these giant apelike creature killing humans in this region. The Chetco River monster, Sixes Wildman and the Zane Gray story of the Almeda miners all tell of fatal attacks from these giant creatures.

I was told by a historian of that area that several other encounters ended the same way but didn't get recorded into any type of news. The Rogue River Indians told of violent large creatures killing children and lone hunters for over 150 years. Many stories told of these upright beings attacking small groups of settlers for unknown reasons.

One story in particular tells of a family named Ramsey that built a cabin up in the Wildhorse Area in or around 1900. They were all found dead by trappers. Their bodies had been mutilated by some unknown beast that apparently used a large tree limb to kill them. It was said large manlike tracks were everywhere around the cabin and remains. I visited the area in 1990 where the family was killed and found no remains of a cabin other than a rock fireplace and chimney still present. Later I talked with the Curry County Historical Society and the records show they never found what killed the family but a notation was present as they most likely were killed by unknown animal or animals.

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