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.


Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Comments on "BIGFOOT: Nevada Sasquatch Encounter Lasting Several Hours, Part 1"

I'm not sure how often the blog comments get read. There is a small link that says, "Comments" in blue, at the end of each article. Being so obsure, I'm not sure if most readers even notice it. I'm posting this comment to the main board for all to read. Jordan's in-laws gave their thoughts on the incident, and express how profound of an experience this was.

Jordan is our son-in-law. He believes in cars, tools for mechanics on big engines and water craft, and his family. Not much else catches his interest. He now packs survival gear instead of thinking it's just a long drive and he is immune to the things that happen to "everyone else". We know that he has been traumatized. We believe that he experienced something bizarre and we believe that something kept him alive and his adrenaline pumping so he did not succumb to hypothermia and die. Two hours after NHP got him on the road and heat to his vehicle he arrived home with bleeding nailbeds on his hands and feet and he still had splotchy skin from being so blue with the hypothermia. To say it has been difficult for him to believe what he saw and experienced is putting it mildly. Shame on local law enforcement, local towing, and NHP for not covering these major freeways 24 hours a day. We now thank God everyday for "Bigfoot" saving Jordan's life. on BIGFOOT: Nevada Sasquatch Encounter Lasting Several Hours, Part 1

1 comment:

Linda Newton-Perry said...

I glad he made it home safe. Best regards, Linda Newton-Perry of the online bigfoot magazine, Bigfoot Ballyhoo

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