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Saturday, July 5, 2014

Dr. Sykes and His Oregon Connection


When I first starting writing a bigfoot column for the local newspaper in my small town of Oregon, Betty Klopp called to tell me she had what she thought was a hair sample from a bigfoot. Click link to take you to her story. 

Last year Dr. Sykes, from Oxford, stopped by her home and asked for a few strands of the bigfoot hair/fur that she'd kept for all those years. He told her of all the hair samples he had, that her sample was the only one that came with a history. Her brother and maybe her parents actually observed the bigfoot that they claimed a trailer they were pulling hit.

Sykes did get back to Klopp and said that the sample was from a wolf. We are all very disappointed to 
hear that. Klopp was much impressed with Dr. Sykes, especially in that he got back to her on the results, personally, not leaving it to a subordinate. 

Click this link to take you to Klopp's TV news video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xE2vP68DpRs

2 comments:

Dan said...

Wait a minute. the hairs were from Tenmile/Porter Creek. NO wolf in Oregon anywhere close to highway 42. Somethings not right. Wolf NO. No wolfs in this area.

Linda Newton-Perry said...

I do know that people breed their dogs to wolves. I ran into one of these hybrids the other day. So who knows.