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Thursday, January 17, 2013
Seventh grader reports on school visitor: Cole Saxton
Guest Editor-Blogger: Tyler Williams (7th grader)
Mr. Saxton talked about his dad and the long years of looking for bigfoot. He said his dad never did see one but was positive that they were real.
He told us of the day his dad found the huge footprints on a dirt road he was building. That was what started his interest in Bigfoot. Mr. Saxton looks like the picture of him in the cowboy hat sitting next to a campfire. He brought pictures of Bill Emery,his father Dale and the old Hank that was a member of the sighting in the mountains. You have pictures of them on this blog site.
What I really liked was all the tracks they had collected. All of different sizes. He put down the cast of the Sru Lake prints on the floor and let us put our feet inside the cast and illustrated the size of the creature that made them. My foot was less than half the length and far from being as wide.
Miss Norton said that she calculated the creature to be near 10 ft and 900 lbs. They said the creature is a large male and most likely not scared of people. It was on One of the ESP Team Speaks at School
Thank you Tyler for the great comment. I wish I could have been there. ... Linda Newton-Perry
I write along with my husband Christopher Perry. We are the authors of a Viking Age Novel, Forced Blood The Norseman and several bigfoot children's books. I author the blog Bigfoot Ballyhoo. I'm a bigfoot believer and I hope the animal will be "found" soon.