Saturday, March 12, 2011
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Douglas County Oregon's Own Limping Bigfoot!
Can you tell us more about this animal? He's certainly been seen enough times.
Douglas County, Oregon, seemingly has a resident limping bigfoot. The animal not only limps, but is covered in gray fur/hair, making us believe it is elderly. For at least a year now, this same bigfoot has been seen several times in Douglas County. Once, it was seen at the Elkton tunnel. A police report was filed. At Scottsburg it was sighted at the west end of the bridge, flat area left of hwy 38, and at Scottsburg Park, rummaging through the trash cans.
Several times it has been seen at the Loon Lake turnoff at Mill Creek Road. Just last week a car almost hit the animal as it was crossing the road at the turnoff. A police report was filed by the three witnesses. And in the last two weeks four sightings have been reported on an animal, presumably the limping one, around the Scottsburg area. We don’t know if these sightings were reported to the police or just told to the owners/employees of Bob’s Market, Scottsburg.
The old sick animal seems not to worry about being seen as he walks along the road or darts in front of oncoming cars. It seems many photos have been snapped of it, but not one that is sharp enough to convince authorities to take the animal seriously.
One person commented on Bigfoot Ballyhoo, wondering about police accountability, since they are well aware that the animal has been sighted several times in the Scottsburg/Loon Lake turnoff area. He asked if the police shouldn’t put up a sign to warn people. Since the animal bigfoot doesn’t officially exist, it is safe to say there probably wouldn’t be a law to cover this occurrence.
Good common sense, however, should prevail when driving in Oregon. Generally, it is common knowledge that forest animals as well as domestic animals could at any time be on or crossing Oregon’s roads. One doesn’t live in Oregon long until he’s hit a deer or knows someone that has.
If you have a sighting to talk about, you may email Linda Newton-Perry or write a letter. You can ask that your name not be used on the site, Bigfoot Ballyhoo, or the column “A Matter of Time.” The site address is www.bigfootballyhoo.blogspot.com. Perry’s email is email@example.com and you may write to Linda Newton-Perry P.O. Box 334 Sutherlin, Oregon, 97479.