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Monday, July 16, 2012

Bigfoot Bones?

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "More from Daryle":


What a interesting blog site. I was fortunate enough to work with Debbie mentioned on this blog on a case file from 1980. And she was so very valuable to my work. She is a top notch person to get our government shook up. I had gotten wind of a sighting on Weyerhaeuser land in Washington state. She helped me uncover the report and remaining skeleton parts from May 1980.

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Great comment. What has happened to the bigfoot bones? Do you have photos? We would love to publish them on this site. ... Linda Newton-Perry

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Gerry Dell said...

It might be t5his person is talking about the St Helen's bones that were recovered 10 miles from the blast site. Those bones were taken to Seattle and examined. Nothing was ever published about the findings of the exam. It was thought the bones were from some other biped other than human.