Something Happened at Sru Lake
It was an exciting couple of days, last week, as we waited to get information on the activity at tiny Sru Lake, Oregon: An ambulance was reported to have been there along with several forest service and law enforcement vehicles. Evidently a guard was at the entrance keeping everyone out. All the bigfoot believers that were reporting on the activity and those on Bigfoot Ballyhoo reading about it were sure that whatever was happening included bigfoot. Now that it’s over we still don’t know for sure if bigfoot was involved. From the comments, we can only say that a man in his sixties suffered injuries from a large limb that hit him, either falling on him or thrown at him. The man did not see anything. A commenter on the bigfoot blog said the out-of-state man did not wish to be involved in a “bigfoot story” and had no knowledge of Sru Lake’s alleged history with the bigfoot.
While we waited for information on the Sru Lake incident, Ballyhoo received at least two comments that included phone numbers of Forest Service and Police personnel in charge in the Sru Lake area. Please do not prompt readers by including phone numbers to call and harass these people. The comments that included this information were deleted and will continue to be in the future. Remember, bigfoot is not on the books as an animal. When that day comes, it stands to reason, those in charge will then tell us to be careful of them; but until then all should be careful in the wild because we do know that bears, lions and numerous wild animals live there that can harm us if we don’t stay clear of them.
We haven’t heard from Debbie of Rand Corp Group for some time. You’ll remember she is working to have the 1962 Columbus Day animal’s file opened to the public. If you are new to the blog, search Columbus Day animal on the blog’s search tool. You will find all the information you need to know. Several readers have wondered if such a file exists and even if the story is true . We have comments on the blog from at least one person that was there when the animal was found dead and facedown under a fallen fir. We hope to hear from Debbie soon.
Linda Newton-Perry is the author, along with her husband, Christopher Perry, of five books. Four of these books are children’s bigfoot books, fiction. Order the books from the blog Bigfoot Ballyhoo, www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com.