We received an email from a person who wishes to remain anonymous today. This person claims to be one of the people invited to see "Fox" before he passed away. Robert Lindsay reported a week ago that Sally Ramey, Dr. Ketchum's former publicist, was also a witness to Fox's death. Could this story confirm that the event at Janice Carter's property actually happened? You decide:
I was a part of the group that visited “Fox” while he was dying and needed to share this story.
There was Sally Ramy, myself and a few other people. I was invited because I work in the environmental field and was open minded about the existence of Sasquatch. I had never seen one until that day but heard many stories about them in the area. The goal of my being included was part of a larger goal, that goal to get as many “credible” in the field to believe in the creatures.
I rode to the area with Sally and John. John is a biologist and professor from Canada, and Sally later told me that he is regarded as one of the top researchers in the field. I did not speak with the others as we needed to be quiet when entering the area and we had driven there in separate vehicles.
We hiked into the area and saw a large hole. I was later told this was the hole where Fox was to be buried upon his passing. This was located at the base of a rocky ledge. There were 3 or 4 trees by the ledge and it was an area that would not wash away over the course of time from rain. The creatures bury their dead and John began shaking when he saw the hole. He later said this was because he finally saw proof of what many people have believed for years.
We walked past this area and saw a number of Sasquatch. A male and female were on each side of Fox, with juveniles peeking from behind trees. I then saw Fox had extremely swelled feet, and they looked almost like he was stricken with gout. His feet were bleeding as he lay on the ground. We had to wait for him to make a sound and then we approached him slowly.
We each had to bring a “gift” or “offering” for Fox. We stopped at a local store on our way to the area, to buy some things Fox had come to like over the years. We each carried one item and laid it next to him upon entering the area. They included a bag of chewing tobacco, peanut butter and some type of short bread.
The bag of tobacco was opened and Fox put the pouches entire contents in its mouth he never bothered to spit and ate the peanut butter while having the tobacco in his mouth. Fox spoke in a weird dialect with the occasional word of English.
Upon viewing Fox, John became very emotional and began to cry. He had a difficult time maintaining his composure and tears were rolling down his cheeks.
It was exciting and also frightening. I admit I was shaking the entire time and did not want to do anything that may anger them. I did notice that male sasquatch are very dominant over the females. The male sasquatch struck the female when she got to close to the gifts we brought for fox. It said “chutack chutack” and became very angry.
Below is the post by Robert Lindsay:
Sally Ramey, Ketchum’s former spokesperson, reportedly paid a visit to a dying Bigfoot friend to say goodbye to him. If you have read the incredible book, 50 Years with Bigfoot, by Janice Carter Coy and Mary Green, you know the unbelievable story that is told in that book. I won’t reiterate it, but the author discusses how she has been habituating with Bigfoots for most of her life. A male Bigfoot named “Fox” plays a large role in the story.
Janice’s father rescued Fox when he was a baby. A tree fell on him and pinned him under it. The father rescued the baby Bigfoot and nursed it back to health in his shed. The father and the Bigfoot formed a lifetime bond. The father is said to have taught the Fox some words of English and in return, Fox taught the father some words of the Bigfoot language, whatever the heck that is. The family then fed Fox and the various members of his family for many years. At one point, when Janice was a 15 year old girl, Fox charged her when she was riding her horse. He knocked her off her horse and she broke her leg.
There is much more to the Fox story, but I will let you read the book to figure that out.
At some point a while back, Fox was getting very old and nearing the end of his life. Apparently he sent for Janice and some of her friends to come visit him at the place where he was dying in the forest. Janice Coy, Sally Ramey and possibly other persons went out to the place in the woods where Fox was dying. They visited him there and paid their last requests to him. Fox apparently died about one week later.
Well, that’s a pretty incredible story, no? And this is Ketchum’s main spokesperson we are talking about now.