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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Illustration for Posting Below

A Bigfoot Throws a Rock

 An older comment from July 2016
I'm re posting it because where it takes place is an absolutely beautiful area. My husband and I hiked this trail a summer or two ago and just loved it. Do make an effort to hike it yourself. Right now, Aug. 2017, the area  has been shut down because of fires. Check before you make plans. ... LNP

I recently started researching where I could see if others have experienced what I did... so I found through my research your Youtube channel Linda, and you talked about a sighting from 2012 from steamboat. Well first I would like to say I didn't believe and thought this was all bs...until July 4th 2016. A friend and I hiked up Fall Creek Falls off of hwy 138 past Glide Oregon. We hiked to the very top and walked past some houses which were owned by XXXXXX XXXX. We continued past his house and ended up on BLM I believe. The sun was starting to set so we turned around and started back. After about a mile, I heard this loud growl and it startled the both of us. I looked up this hill to my right and there stood a hairy upright animal and had to be around 8 foot just staring at us. We started to walk faster more of a sprint and and a rock came crashing down towards us. I believe whatever it was threw that huge rock at us. I've never been more scared in my life but I now know bigfoot/sasquatch or whatever you call it does truly exist. ... I'm still shaken over the encounter.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

This is the bigfoot that Emery and Parchell observed...

Emery has three more photos of this bigfoot that he claims  are very clear. He decided not to share the photos with the public. He was threatened by a government agency, or a person that worked for a government agency, that if he released these photos to the public,  he could be sued. He told us here at Ballyhoo that securing these photos took an awfully lot of money and he didn't wish to spend more. ... LNP (Oh yes, I drew the broken line around the bigfoot, so you could see it better.)

In Case You Didn't Know...

This site, Bigfoot Ballyhoo, was started because I needed material for a weekly bigfoot newspaper column I wrote for our local paper (at one time the column was in three local papers). The late Dale Saxton read the newspaper column and often commented on Bigfoot Ballyhoo. After his death his friend Bill Emery started commenting. He wanted to continue the bigfoot research he and his friend Saxton enjoyed.  Dale Saxton never saw a bigfoot. Finally Bill Emery observed a bigfoot one early morning, Aug. 8, 2010. He was not alone when he saw the animal; the late Hank Parchell also saw it.

Monday, August 14, 2017

I'll answer just so many questions!



We moved to Oregon in 1969. I'd never heard of the animal until we'd been  in Oregon for a few years. So I can't tell you exactly when I first heard of it. 




Yes Kansas. And that's about all I'm going to tell you.

Blackberries are Ripe on the Bush

In case you can't read what is on the illustration it is: SAD, WHEN YOU HAVE NO ONE TO BAKE YOU A BLACKBERRY PIE (Click on illustration to make it larger so you can see his sad sad eyes!)

Saturday, August 12, 2017


As you can see from new header above, bigfoot 'lives green'. We here at Bigfoot Ballyhoo realize many people observe this animal in the wild but do not share the sighting. Here at this site you do not have to give your name to report a sighting. You can talk as much as you like about your sighting. We do not allow nasty remarks (comments) to mar your joy of sharing your experience. We want you to know we realize it is a very special experience to observe one of these majestic beings. SO TALK AWAY. WE ARE HERE TO LISTEN! (WELL, READ, TO BE MORE EXACT.) LNP

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Bigfoot is a Wild Animal

Thank You Sara

Guest Editor/Blogger: Sara
 #120 Archive Section

Bigfoot is well known to become violent when humans encroach on their territory. Blackberries along with any wild fruit is the Bigfoot's main dietary intake in the summer and fall months. In fact they cant survive without the antioxidants provided by berries. I observed one female Bigfoot actually gathering berries and placing them in what looked to be deer hide that had been made into a primitive looking basket. I filmed her for 27 minutes and then turned the film over to the biologist inside the district that I work at by order given to me by my supervisor. This isn't the first time this Bigfoot has been filmed. She was filmed for 11 mins in 1996. In the 96 film I'm told she has a very young infant she gently held in her arm. I will say this happened in southwestern Oregon but I cant say anymore. I hope and pray the U.S Forest Service will one day let the public know what we know on Warning from Forest Service Employee (Older Comment)

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Sunday, August 6, 2017


This is part of a display I had at our local museum. Click photo to make larger in order to see it better.

A Message

Hi Everyone, Just wanted to say that I've been going through the hard copies of sightings/comments on this site. My, there have been a lot of sightings of this animal. 

I'd like to say, if you readers would comment more, I'd do better with publishing things here on the site. It gets mighty boring not hearing  from you. So please think about leaving a comment, even if it is just to say Hi. 

Best regards,
Linda Newton-Perry

Drawing of bigfoot by Linda Newton-Perry

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Time's Flashing By

Plenty to do, maybe that's why life is shooting by. Can't take the time to stop. I must keep on top of all that I do. But you know I'd take a minute to read a comment from you! ...Linda Newton-Perry

Bigfoot and Blackberries

Psst... Here's something you should know. Bigfoot loves blackberries. And the blackberries are sweetening on the vine as I type this.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Warning from Forest Service Employee (Older Comment)



Linda, I am presently working in the xxxxxxx District of USFS. Last week we had a  meeting with some upper officials inside this agency on the potential threat of the animal coined "xxxxxxxx" to the visiting public in this forest district. This meeting was to lay out facts on the safety concerns about the unknown danger and risks of this animal. Over the last two months three people have had a close brush with the same animal. Separate descriptions given to us verify this. I believe we need to come clean and alert the public on the behavior of this individual animal. 

We listened to xxxxxxx xxxxxx's thoughts that this problem is going to turn even more dangerous as the summer season starts. I for one agree that we need to post warning signs in the areas of concern. We have great concern that small children might be in extreme danger if the animal approaches them. The meeting never addressed what exactly we're dealing with as far as a classification of animal.  At the end of the meeting the upper officials decided not to alert the public and to try to downplay any danger. Also they want to continue the claim that people are simply seeing a bear and taking it for a bigfoot. 

Thank you for your interest in public safety. The vast majority of us believe we are dealing with a new found animal or some form of mountain ape  not yet confirmed. We can only hope that the visiting public can get information from an outside source other that USFS. 

(You may publish this letter without any names of anyone mentioned here for the visiting public safety in our forest.)