Monday, April 19, 2010
Doris xxxxxx has left a new comment on your post "Bigfoot? Dont't Just Guess, Do Research!":
It has come to me by way of mouth that people are now interested in the Columbus storm Bigfoot of 62 on this blog and others. I have had a good photo in black and white for many years. Once in 1974 I showed it to a professor in Ashland, Oregon and he blew it up many times it original size and told his class this: "I don't know all there is to know about photos and can not find anything wrong with this one EXCEPT ONE THING; The image on this photo does not exist so it has to be a fake of some sort". It is of a hairy apelike thing Indians say run amok in the forest of North America. The subject in question has got be be a fake or a large man in a gorilla suit. There simply is no other explanation for the image under the big fallen tree. This blatant lie made me sure I would never let anybody ever again view my photo for educational use nor to laugh at. He showed great disrespect for the men who found it. I got the photo from my brother who was present that day on the mountain road in 1962. He has been dead for years but always said it wasn't just an ape, it was a manlike giant ape.
Ms xxxxxx, we are thrilled to hear you have a photo. This blog is pro bigfoot and you can be sure you will not be laughed at. Debbie from the Rand Corp Group, a lawyer, of this group is trying to get the file opened concering the 1962 Columbus Day Storm creature, that the Department of Interior has sealed from the public.
Please read older blogs. You will see we are very serious about getting the file opened and collecting photos of the animal. Please do share your photo. Scan it and send it to this blog. You will be making many bigfoot believers very happy.
Even if you do not wish to share the photo, we certainly appreciate your comment and will of course respect any decision you make. ...Linda and Christopher Perry
Gina says, she saw the bigfoot right where I found the print.
You know, to the left there, across and south side of the road, is a high rock wall with huge slits in it, caves perhaps. How exciting. Thank you, Gina.
The bottom photo is of the rocky faced hillside. On the steep face are several areas that look as if they would make great shelters. This hillside is on the right side of the road as you are going down the road to Loon Lake. The other side is Mill Creek.
Northwestern Sasquatch said...
Cole, people need to share photos even if they are bogus. My reason is that many people think something is wrong with a particular photo but it sill might be valuable for other reasons. If the picture was messed with it still could have something in it to look at.
Linda Newton-Perry said...
Yes, you have a good point. But, when a photo is so apparent that it is not the real thing, nothing is to be gained by showing it. A drawn in stick figure would have been more convincing than the photo submitted. This site other than a little humor is serious in its "discovery" of bigfoot.
This morning 4/19/10. We received this communique fax from DOI at 10:30 EST. Per your request to open 4377 has been denied. #4377 is not open for public view and such is not apical to your request. If at the time of certification of #4377 skeletal remains and medical reports for public viewing become possible we will act on any request for transfer. We do not foresee any such movement in this direction as file is in sealed status and has been since 6/24/1963. No discernable information can be gained from examination at this file at this time.
Debbie : This is anticipated as step 1 in US government denial policy on unknown species.
We will file FOIA form as of today to try and get the DOI status removed as classified on this file.____________
Thank you. This might be a little early to ask, but, how would one go about viewing the file after it is open to the public?...Linda Newtin-Perry
If we are successful in reopening the file one can view it at any public library or on any PC. It would be open for all to view. By going DOI/us.gov website then insert file # and you see it then.