Will we Ever see a Photo of this Animal?
Last week our blog, Bigfoot Ballyhoo, took bigfoot believers for an unintentional, emotional rollercoaster ride. It was no fun. We were not “buckled in” and had no way of knowing how the ride would end. We were all anticipating “the ride of a lifetime.” So, what am I talking about? And what happened? Well, a photo of the 1962 Columbus Day Storm animal was located. And the ones having the photo agreed to let Bigfoot Ballyhoo publish it for our readers to see. And then the “law” reared its indifferent head, and we couldn’t publish it, without risking .... Well, who knows what. So, now we wait for the Department of Interior’s file to become unclassified and opened for public view. Debbie, an attorney of the Rand Corp Group is leading her associates in the declassifying of this file. She has promised nothing other than they will try. We are all hopeful. I do wish to thank Robert for informing us of the possible problems we could have encountered if we had published the above mentioned photo. (If you still do not know what we are talking about, please go to the blog Bigfoot Ballyhoo, and read older posts.)
Readers of Bigfoot Ballyhoo, you might like to know that in the past I’ve been asked to take posts off the site by the police because of ongoing investigations. Our policy is to comply and not break any laws.
One interesting thing I found out last week about bigfoot, they evidently hold hands. Tim Boone told me of a sighting by a friend who saw two bigfoots crossing the road while holding hands. I sure hope this is true . I think of it as a natural tendency of a mother holding her offspring’s hand as opposed to say, mates. But, who knows!
A comment of April 23, on the blog, tells of a sighting at or near the Scottsburg bridge, Oregon. It seems the animal has been seen several times lately around the bridge and park. This is near the Loon Lake turnoff, so maybe it is the same animal. I did mention in a post that perhaps a trail cam should be put up in these areas.
If you have a sighting you would like to tell us about please go to the site and comment (www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com). Or you may email it to linda.perry.charter.net