Connie has left a new comment on your post "Guest Editor-Blogger":
Dewey's right when he said "watch your surroundings." Limb throwing is a clear message from bigfoot that you're not wanted here. If the miners/loggers down at the Chetco back in the early 1900s would have paid heed to the limbs that were beaten on the machinery then two may have not been killed.
Instead they chose to run the offender off and thus the rest is history. Same thing in the Sixes story. The miners repeatedly shot at the bigfoot and in turn several humans were killed over a period of months.
My grandpa was a mail carrier for the state down at Gold Beach in the 1900 to 1915 and traveled by mule and horse to Agness once a month. Several times he saw places where the bigfoot had ripped limbs lose and smashed them against trees. He knew to give them wide birth. He once saw one snap a limb that he described as about 8 inches threw. Can you imagine the power it took to do that?
He always went out of his way to travel far around the bigfoot when they were in a certain area.
Thank you. I believe this is how we are going to learn about bigfoot. That is to study the sighting reports. Again thanks, ... Linda Newton-Perry