Rick Dyer tells his story on this 4:54 minutes long video.
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Where Chris is standing, or thereabouts, a
bigfoot was observed a couple years ago.
And mind you, this is the main road to the
Oregon Coast, hwy 38.
Enjoy and remember Bigfoot Ballyhoo is
for 'talking bigfoot.' ... Linda Newton-Perry
Mary R (Older Post)
Hello Linda. I'm glad to see your still in there with Bigfoot information. Let me comment on this ongoing controversy on my dad and Bill Emery. First let me say that most hunters are into finding bigfoot for personal gain. It has become a huge moneymaker with all the TV shows, movies and radio programs. Dad started looking into bigfoot because he found tracks of a large upright being back in the 70s while constructing an access road for timber removal. The road was not accessible to anyone other than the small crew dad had working on this project. He knew it was impossible for anyone to reach the area where he found the tracks because of locked gate and two watchmen on the site. Dad caste the tracks and sent then to Grover Krantz in
When dad passed away people sent hate mail along with phone calls to mother claiming dad was a fraud. It nearly caused her to breakdown because she was mourning the loss of her husband of 53 years. The hate mail was mostly from two individuals, one in
Also there was discussion about the lawsuit over making public the photos because they were taken on forest service land and that the agency would strongly deny such an animal, creature ever lived on federal lands. Bill is very sorry he brought your family unjust hate mail and said when the pictures are legally unsealed you will receive the three remaining photos he promised you.
I was surprised to learn how many tribes (groups) of Native Americans exist, now and in the past, in the
the post below is just one of those names. Do you know more of these names? ... Linda Newton-Perry
Gary Artty has left a new comment on your post "Native American Names for Bigfoot":
Thank you Gary Artty for the fine reply. ... Linda Newton-Perry
Guest Editor-Blogger: Jim Slate
A perfect example of how different bigfoots can act. We hear people all the time tell of docile acting bigfoots. No they're not all that way. Here's a sighting from 1907 from the Coquille Indian Tribes archives. This encounter took place somewhere near Reedsport on the
Searching the area, they soon came upon the woman dead in the forest near a small creek running into the bay. Her neck was broken and she’d been apparently rolled on several times by the beast. The ground was soft and had many large manlike prints. The prints were somewhat human only larger than human.
All around the woman's body were limbs that had been pulled off nearby trees and used to hit her. The men tracked the killer as far as Scofield (3 miles from the body) only to lose daylight and have to give up their search.
The animal was never found. The incident was blamed on OMAH or Sasquatch.
Thank you for the very informative comment. ... Linda Newton-Perry
|Sru Lake where the Hamilton girl|
was watched by a bigfoot.
|I appreciate your comment, Randy. I do wish to say that these are Randy's opinions and may not be exactly what Christopher and I believe. Keep the great opinions/comments coming. This site represents much work and we look forward to comments. ... Best regards, Linda Newton-Perry|
I'm like everyone else. I am getting
tired of Rick Dyer.
I recognize he is holding us hostage,
so to speak, where the discovery of
bigfoot is concerned.
I would guess he is aware enough to
admit in his private time that liars and
hoaxers are not to be admired.
We do not admire his qualities and his
way about presenting bigfoot to the
Just a thought. ... Linda Newton-Perry
It's been raining in Oregon. It should be
dry most of the day today, so we decided
to go looking for bigfoot tracks.
I've never seen a bigfoot and don't expect I
ever will in the wild, although one never knows.
I'm taking my bear spray as you can see from
the above photo.
Have a grand day and we will share photos of
today soon. Comment please.