Sierra Tahoe Bigfoot Research

This site is dedicated to the research of bigfoot, and it's habitat, in the Tahoe and outlying Sierra region of Nevada and California. We listen to witnesses who want to talk about their experiences, and keep them confidential unless otherwise requested. Our mission is to learn as much as we can about the possible existence of the sasquatch, in the hope that we can all gather a better knowledge of the species, then ultimately, we as a race understand that it's habitat, and way of life, must be protected.


Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Interesting Comment Posted About Sru Lake, OR

This comment (below) was just posted to a previous article regarding the Squaw (Sru) Lake occurrences. CLICK HERE to read the aforesaid article.

"Sru is pronounced "shrew"..It's the Coquille Indian word for Bigfoot...A little Forest Service joke on us all??"

Interesting. Thanks for the info Annon.

CLICK HERE for a new report, on the Ring of Truth blog, from someone who tried to get out to Sru Lake recently.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is very well known inside USFS that Bill Emery and Dale Saxton before his death told Forest Service officials that the creature in question had in his words been shot at a hunter in the past. The wildlife biologist that accompanied the group last December into the region had evidence that a hunter had shot the creature with a 30 caliber rifle on the morning of August 12th 2004. The creature was wounded but not to the point of death. For this reason the biologist believes the animal is so aggressive with humans. The ranger that responded to the shooting was a longtime employee of USFS animal control. Dale Saxton had demanded the USFS give him the file on the actual incident.But he was denied any information by the regional supervisor on it. Saxton told forest officials in a closed meeting the animal would no doubt return to Sru Lake from time to time and pose a great threat to innocent people camped at the lake. Saxton at that time believed the animal had moved over the mountain into the Rogue River Wilderness area. All of his pleas fell on deaf ears.

Anonymous said...

You know people act like tat lake is a breeze to get too. It's not,We would know. In 1997 we went to the Siskiyous and some other forest in Oregon. This particular lake is located so far up in the boonies its not funny. I remember the road leading in from Canyonville,Or. It was a one lane steep narrow sucker. It took us 7 hrs from Canyonville to Squaw Sru Lake (around 40 miles). The timber up there is huge like giant old growth. A good place for a Sasquatch indeed. There was cliffs that had no bottom in them!

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