Warning Signs at Sru Lake
Until bigfoot is substantiated as an animal by science and government, no doubt, a tiptoeing mode will remain in place when a report of bigfoot comes in to those agencies that take reports. Many sightings are taking place, but since bigfoot is only a legend, official reports of the animal could and probably do read a bit awkward, at best. If the animal officially doesn’t exist, then, reasoning on the matter, the only way one would “see” a bigfoot is by misidentification, being inebriated or otherwise impaired. It is good for those that have seen this animal to remember this dilemma when reporting a sighting.
No few readers of the blog Bigfoot Ballyhoo, have mentioned that in a courtroom eyewitness accounts carry much weight. Since this is true of a courtroom, why not for the argument that bigfoot exists? Thousands of people over the years have seen the animal. Isn’t this proof enough? Please tell us what you think by commenting on Bigfoot Ballyhoo: www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com
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Headway was made last week, as it appears that the Forest Service is putting up signs warning people that bigfoot has been seen around Sru Lake, Oregon. I’m sure the signs are not admitting the animal exists, but simply warning that “people” have reported seeing bigfoot in the area. Ballyhoo asked for a photo of a sign to be emailed so we could post it, but photos can’t be taken of some of these signs, because of modern technology to prevent such usage. A least two couples traveled to Sru Lake last week. Consensus is, the trip takes too long, is too costly in gas, and is just not worth one’s time. One commenter said it was good seeing bigfoot country firsthand and that it was beautiful. However, your chances of seeing bigfoot is slim since the animal moves about mostly at night, and trust us, you don’t want to be at Sru Lake at night.
We are pleased to be a blog where people can talk about their beliefs and their sightings. The blog is pro-bigfoot. For the most part those that read the blog are believers and enjoy being able to “talk bigfoot” freely and openly. Names are never required but often ones do use their names as they are proud of their sightings and thoughts on this amazing animal, an animal just waiting to be discovered.