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Saturday, February 20, 2010

Perry's Newspaper Column



Melrose/Coos Bay Wagon Road Sighting


Here is a recent bigfoot sighting from a Roseburg citizen. This is the exact post submitted to Bigfoot Ballyhoo,* except for a few typo corrections and a date addition:

I think I might have seen bigfoot. Yesterday morning, Feb. 8, I was on my way from Melrose to the Coos Bay Wagon Road. It was still dark when I saw a figure ahead of me. I thought it might be a horse because I had just passed one along the road some 2 miles

back. Anyway, I went for the brakes to slow and noticed a dark figure move onto the road and quickly turn around and go back over the bank. As I neared it, the figure didn't look like any animal I've ever seen. It was apparently standing upright. As I went by it, I could still see a large form over the bank looking at me as I passed. I came to a complete stop and glanced back out the window and saw a very large animal of some sort walk across the road behind me. It looked to be quickly walking on 2 legs not four. It was gone in a couple of seconds. I didn't get a clear look at it, but think it was a bigfoot because of the way it walked away.

Last week on my blog, much time was spent in discussing the truthfulness of whether one can have his license suspended, in Oregon, for reporting a bigfoot to the police that he has had from his vehicle. Several readers spent time trying to get the straight of the unfair practice. Because bigfoot is not recognized as a “real” animal, the report an officer takes, evidently must state another reason for papers to be sent to DMV, resulting in a temporary suspension until the driver can be examined by a doctor. The consensus is that these reports are labeled a false report.

On Feb. 16, Mary Rondew, the late Dale Saxton’s daughter, commented on Bigfoot Ballyhoo that the CNN hour long show on suspension of licenses when reporting a bigfoot, is still scheduled to be taped. She believes Bill Emery will take her father’s place on the program. Emery has promised to keep us informed as to when the program will air.

*Bigfoot Ballyhoo is a blog on the internet, hosted by Linda Newton-Perry. The address of the blog is, www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com. Check it out and leave a comment.

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