Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Go Ahead...

Tell us why you believe or do not believe in bigfoot. We are listening! ... Linda
Start the comments on this subject by clicking on 'No Comments' just below. (Smiles to you.)

Tuesday, July 28, 2015


Isn't it SAD that some people think that those of us that believe in bigfoot are crazy? I noticed a Youtube video today that said something like, "I know you're going to think I'm crazy." Anyway the person I guess, I didn't watch the video,  had had a sighting or experience of some kind. I for one believe it is an awful state of affairs when we are put down because we've seen a bigfoot or had an experience. I have not seen one, myself. I, however believe these animals exist. ... Linda Newton-Perry

Monday, July 27, 2015

From Our Archive Section

Number 34
Sasquatch Near Bald Knob, Oregon
(September 13, 2010) This date is when Ballyhoo got report.

Over the weekend came a new report of a very large Sasquatch on a slide-out road near Bald Knob. This road used to go through and then came out near the top of Agness on the NAT FOR DEV 33. I am very hesitant to give out the road number because of the amount of thrill seekers lately looking for Sasquatch after the Emery story broke.

As it happens these people want to remain anonymous saw what sounds a lot like Emery’s reported Sasquatch. This thing was big according to the person reporting the incident.

As it was told to me, the Sasquatch came up behind the pickup which was parked at the end of the old slide. The driver was in another truck about 150 feet from the Ford.

Both of the people claimed the creature was over 9 feet with a massive build. They had left the pickup there the prior evening to go to Powers to get fuel for it. Both gentlemen refused to file a written report with us but did give us an oral report on the sighting. This would be #2 since Sept 1st.

Friday, July 24, 2015

Can you guess what this is?

It is a shallow pool of water near the bank of the Main Umpqua. The same area as video below. Enjoy! And do feel free to use any of my photos. It is always good to give me, Linda Newton-Perry, credit, but if you forget that is just fine. Click on photo to make larger and better to enjoy.
The water in the Umpqua, below. near the bank is so clear you can watch a fish take the bait! It's true! So, of course bigfoot would enjoy a long cool drink or swim this time of year.

Bigfoot Country Enjoy!


A Bigfoot Trail

Oregon has a Bigfoot Trail. Click link to find out all about it.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Guest Editor-Blogger: A.G.

Theories in the scientific world believe Bigfoot is a primate. Primates always stay close to water in the summer months. Plus many flora /foods grow near water such a berries.Our incident maps show many sighting near water between June and October. Just for info we had 71 reported cases last year. This year to date we have 22. We believe the lack of rain last winter have drove the Bigfoot up into more remote areas with plenty of natural springs and food. The peak of the sighting usually is in September to November and then fall off till spring. These are also hunting months where more people are in the forest. 


Thank you A.G.

Above Photo

The Header photo was taken by Linda Newton-Perry on the beautiful Main Umpqua River, Oregon. Several years ago a bigfoot was spotted less than a mile from this spot.

Just a thought:  In the heat of  summer, bigfoot, you would think, would spend his time high in the cooler mountains.  What's your opinion? ... LNP


Tuesday, July 21, 2015

A Comment on a Youtube Video of Mine

A Charly claimed I wasn't making sense today. Why?  Well, I published a short video with the topic that Bigfoot shouldn't be 'discovered' in Oregon.  Sure I want the animal 'discovered.' I believe we have the right to know about any animal that walks the earth. The forests in Oregon provide many jobs and if bigfoot should be 'discovered' here many of those jobs could be lost.

My husband retired from a forest industry job. One of the reasons he doesn't take more of an interest in this site is  that he knows what will happen if this animal is 'discovered'  in Oregon.

So I may come across as 'not making sense' on certain posts/videos. Now you know why. I want the animal 'discovered' but not in Oregon. It would be good if it were 'discovered' in a state that doesn't depend on its forests for jobs and so on. ...

The best to you all,
Linda Newton-Perry

Much Will be Lost if This Animal is "Discovered" in Oregon

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Monday, July 20, 2015

Search Youtube for Videos of Columbus Day Story, Oregon, 1962

From Our Archive Section

33. Columbus Day Storm Animal
(Gordon Paison)
(September 16, 2010)

Yes, I can recall all of that day. As you know we had a major windstorm that hit on October 12, 1962. This windstorm had wreaked havoc on standing timber from Northern California to southern Washington. Contracts were awarded to many logging companies to help with the massive cleanup of the roads under USFS jurisdictions. By November we had over 30 million feet of timber on the ground from wind damage.

Greyback was a major artery used from O’Brien to Happy Camp. This area was contracted by Griffy and Laird Co.  On a November day we were called to assist in the removal of the deceased remains of a victim of the windstorm from Greyback Road.

The body had been discovered by the clearing crew and reported to our field office in Medford. What the recovery team was soon to learn was the remains were not of a human. It was quite apparent that whatever this animal was it was not human or animal as we describe animals.

The body of this thing was in advanced decomposition but clearly showed it had two arms with hands and five fingers along with two legs and feet with five toes on each foot that were something of an apelike human-ape type.

Nobody in our group had ever seen such a thing before. As for the reported photos they were not supposed to ever be shown as we did not give permission for the thing to be photographed. But apparently before our arrival some pictures were taken by the crew and some local people.

These pictures were to be collected if possible because the case had not been classified as natural death yet. Though some photos were not found much of them were collected as ordered by the district manager of this region.

Like I said the thing was never classified as any known animal. It was thought that it was some type of unusual primate but was never classified as such. My memory is quite clear of that thing and when that film of the ’67 bigfoot came out I remembered this thing was very near it in looks. So my idea is it was a bigfoot not a ape-human.

Columbus Day Storm Bigfoot Under a Log

1962 Bigfoot Found Under a Tree, Oregon

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Many people might question why the tree fell on the female Bigfoot in 1962. Here is a brief video on just how bad it was. That year I lived in Grants Pass and remembered the pictures of the the hairy beast found in November dead under a huge tree. The picture hung on the wall of The Galice Tavern and Store for several months till some forest service people came in and seen it and removed it with a order from the state or government. Olive Lieberman owned the store and told them to leave but they confiscated it anyway. 

Saturday, July 18, 2015

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your child to color. Have fun!

A Little Fun for the Children

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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Boy, "Bigfoot?"
Man, "No, Pluto."



Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Guest Editor-Blogger

Easy Clay has left a new comment on your post "Come on, TALK TO US!": 

Years ago I had heard about some story of giant ape men attacking some miners up in the southern part of Washington. I believed for years these miners were lying to keep others out of the area. Other stories came out of Oregon that in the 1800s several miners were killed by some wild man. My skepticism was that no large animal could hide from humans. Then I got educated on just how much land is still basically unexplored in the west. I don't mean that no one has ever walked there just that no one spends much time in these areas.

One morning in 2003 I picked up a man that had run out onto the road I was driving on in the Siskiyous. He was in bad shape and had been scared by something in the forest.

At first he wouldn't tell me what he had seen. After a while he calmed down enough to explain that he had been hunting and something walked up behind him. He said it was a giant wild man that has come up behind him. He believed the animal was some sort of huge ape-human. By the way he was shaking and the way he told me the story I am 100% positive he was telling me the truth. I still remember the look of complete terror on that mans face.


Thank you for the great experience. ... Linda Newton-Perry 

Come on, TALK TO US!

Tuesday, July 14, 2015


From Our Archive Section

27. Cow Creek Road Oregon
(Joe Daniels)
(December 1, 2010)
Back in the spring of 1972, I had a very strange encounter with an animal much like they say the bigfoot looks like. It was a cold morning as I remember, and I was en-route to work on Cow Creek Road west of Riddle, Oregon. This road is a two lane road that spans between Riddle and Glendale.
After daybreak I had stopped in a turnout to visit nature when I caught sight of something large and brown near the creek’s edge.
My thoughts were a bear but something wasn’t right. This animal was upright and slowly walking along the creek’s bank and turning over large rocks and digging at something. I watched it walk a few feet then stop and turn over one rock and scoop up something into its mouth. Then it slowly went a few steps then again repeated the rock turning.
I could make out it was no bear. The animal was covered in hair and had a head and large broad shoulders along with long arms and two legs.
After a few moments, I called out with a simple “Hey there!” The animal turned and ran with incredible speed into cover along the creek. I never forgot that morning and suspect that this animal was a bigfoot or something close to it.


Thanks Joe Daniels for this sighting experience. ... LNP

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Guest Editor-Blogger:

Paul has left a new comment on your post "Guest Editor-Blogger": 
Absolutely right. Bears and many wild animals take running as a sign of weakness, and will bring on a charge or attack. Grizzly bears will in most cases charge if you try to flee. Your best chance is to make lots of noise but do not make eye contact.

Thank you for the great advice. ... LNP