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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

In 1962 ...

In Oregon, 1962, a storm swept through causing much damage to trees and property damage in general. The storm was named THE COLUMBUS DAY STORM. Under a fallen tree was found a dead animal. Many believed it to be a bigfoot/sasquatch. It was examined by several doctors. Its bones, reports, etc. is believed to ended up in the Smithsonian. But they now claimed to have no record of it. The files have been lost. If you are the son of a doctor that examined this animal could you please share the records with us. You commented here on Ballyhoo that you had your father's records. The comment was by anonymous.

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