please dont play that again she asked with goose bumps up & down both arms

Oregonbigfoot.com file# 04543

REPORT OVERVIEW

Date:September 01, 2003
Jackson county, OR
Nearest town:
Ashland
Nearest road:
Dead Indian Mo.
Conditions:
labor day sunny
Time:
dusk
Location:
Was camping at w side of lake shore about a 1/2 mile of resort s/w when leaving camp I popped a tire while changing the tire about the time I got the last nut tight it yelled from across hyatt/howard access rd.about 1/2 mile up hill I knew what it was I've heard recordings & this was really loud & was just like 1 of the whoos I've heard on the sight.

REPORT DETAIL

Description of event: Late dusk very loud whoop lasting 8to11 seconds only 1 time 1/2 mile up hill from lake shore .we stayed all of labor day weekend the area is open range funny the cows stayed close to shore & camp I've been going up their for 40+years & range cow seem to wander more than just hang out I think now that something had moved them down out of the timber cause they watered & moved off unusually

Source: oregonbigfoot.com
record updated:2009-01-13 02:18:26

Investigation by: Bill Hodgson

8-17-09: I have spoke with MR over the phone and confirmed his report.

MR seems to me a credable witness, and is familiar with the areas he discribed in the report. I have no reason to believe this report is not true. He is a avid mountain biker and spends every weekend in the woods riding, camping, hiking and hunting.

This report is complete: 8-17-09:
By: Bill Hodgson

Bill Hodgson

OregonBigfoot.com Investigator

Medford, OR

I have worked for a retail store for 18+ years. I have also drove truck, and did a little work with the BLM and USFS. I have not been affiliated with any other organization, only with OBF. I have had an interested in Sasquatch for many years. I have lived in Oregon all of my life. I have a little experience in tracking wildlife and knowledge on the mountains and forests of Southern Oregon and parts of Northern California. My research has been personal, but now I want to help others understand what they have experienced.