Bigfoot: Trail Cam Photos
Deep in the forest, in the general area of Sru Lake, Oregon, three men successfully encountered and their trail cam successfully captured, four photos of the being that many call bigfoot. Two of the men, Bill Emery and Hank Parchell, actually observed him snatching up a saltlick, sniffing the air, turning and walking upright back up the trail. The creature glanced here and there evidently suspecting the men were present, either by having observed their placing the saltlick or simply by smelling them. The third man, Cole Saxton, back at the trailer, heard a snuffling noise and could smell him. Saxton was about one quarter mile away.
I was sent one of the trail cam photos by private email. Emery asked me not to put it on the blog, Ballyhoo, until he could have all four photos copyrighted. He plans to send the four photos to Ballyhoo so its eager readers can feast their eyes on this elusive being. The photos have been shown to a couple of people, only. One of these showings was to the Hamilton family. If you will remember, the Hamilton’s daughter was watched and followed by a bigfoot at Sru Lake. The Hamilton’s were sure that these photos matched the bigfoot they observed.
Another sighting of the Loon Lake bigfoot could have been the cause of a car crash Aug. 8th at the hwy 38 and Loon Lake turnoff. The newspaper account of the accident did not mention bigfoot, but the police scanner did report one of the drivers saying that two cars were stopped on the road. He had to swerve to the left, running off the road and into a rock cliff wall. He said the cars were stopped because a big hairy man was crossing the road. Several people were hurt and sent to the hospital. One commenter on the blog, Bigfoot Ballyhoo, thought it possible that the driver made the sighting up. But if he did not, this bigfoot which seems to have no fear of cars could now be causing dangerous situations on this stretch of Oregon highway, from Elkton to Loon Lake turnoff.
The blog, Bigfoot Ballyhoo (www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com
) encourages readers to share their bigfoot sightings, to voice their opinions and in general to encourage “bigfoot talk.”
Linda Newton-Perry along with her husband, Christopher Perry, is the author of four children’s bigfoot books and a Viking Age Novel, FORCED BLOOD THE NORSEMAN.