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Sunday, February 21, 2010

Young Family Swerves to Miss a Bigfoot-Looking Animal




Guest Editor-Blogger: Agness Bristol

Good reading Linda,.Sondra's grandpa isn't the first or the last on getting in trouble for reporting a unknown animal. I can't remember what year it was that a family near Dora, Oregon went into the river claiming they had almost hit a wildman in the early morning hours. We were on our way home from Garden Valley by way of Coos Bay Wagon Road when we came across this young family along the road. My hubby stopped and we took them home. The young mother told us that a wildman looking monster had ran into the road in front of them. They swerved into the river (its more like a creek). Anyway, the kids were frightened half to death. This family had just moved to the area from Southern Calf. We could not smell any booze and they didn't appear to be on anything so we believe they saw something.
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Thank you for your comment. You started this comment by saying Sondra's grandpa isn't the first or last to get into trouble for reporting an unknown animal. Is there more to this story? Did the family have problems from a police report?

4 comments:

Agness said...

I'm sorry! Yes after a couple of months the young mother was charged with making a false police report. We became close neighbors with them. We went to the trial and testified in her behalf . The jury found her not guilty of the charge. My hubby really felt bad because he was the one who talked them in to reporting the wildman looking thing. My hubby thinks it was in 1985 or 86.

XXX employee said...

We can no longer say we are BLM employees as a formal complaint was levied against this practice by a BLM administrator out of XXXXXXX. We can say we have knowledge of a sighting.It was reported last Thursday the 19th that a Sasquatch was seen on Burnt Mountain Road near XXXXXXXX Creek. This report came from a XXX employee that was checking the area for debris on the road. He said the creature was black and heavy built. He watched it walk across a clear cut onto a landing and then off the road into the woods. I believe the report said he took pictures of it on a camera but I have not seen them. I can't give out the location or nor can I say if the XXXXXX was called up there. I would like to say more but I'm not at liberty to do so.

XXX employee said...

Also people need to know the USFS and BLM have adopted new rules on reporting bigfoot to people outside the agencies. So much for more transparency in government.

Linda Newton-Perry said...

XXX Employee, are you free to tell us more about these rules?