Editor's Note: This is a guest post by Bigfoot Evidence contributor Dirk Taylor, a Sasquatch enthusiast.
Well everyone it is that time of year once again! All the email votes have been counted and it is time to announce our Bigfoot Researcher of the year! A big thank you to all who participated.
First congratulations to the runners up, all of whom, without question, could have taken this honor.
The very svelte “Ladies Man” Phil Poling for his continued excellence in analyzing the latest photographic and video evidence. Nobody does it better.
The “Tireless Intellectual” Robert Lindsay. Last years winner, Bob continued to bring us the facts, and nothing but the facts, reporting news that was beyond reproach. Bob continued to be on the front lines always reporting breaking news as it happened.
The “Real Survivor Man” Jim LeBus. Last year’s “Rookie of the Year”, Jim showed he was indeed a major player bringing us some very credible evidence throughout the year.
Oregon’s own, the lovely and talented Sara Jean Underwood. No matter what Sara does she makes people happy, and this Oregon native has the ability to bring much more attention to the world of Bigfoot research.
“Old Reliable” Dr. Meldrum. Dr. Meldrum continued to be a pioneer in the field with the “Falcon Project”, something that will very likely get him this award in 2014.
Finally, “Sally here”. Yes, Sally Ramey, who despite, the criticism always held her head high. Sally played a major role in bringing about this years winner and there was a very strong argument for her to take the award home this year.
And now, without any further delay, the 2013 Bigfoot Researcher of the Year, the incomparable Janice Coy Carter.
2013 was the year this long time researcher truly made her mark. Janice spent years researching Bigfoot and this was the year her contributions were fully recognized via her involvement in the death of “Fox”.
If not for Janice the Bigfoot world would have never known, what has become proven, to be the true story of the death of the Bigfoot known as “Fox”. The story of Fox’s death was not only profound but confirmed many long held beliefs and theories. These included that Bigfoot do indeed bury their dead and have a taste for peanut butter. It is because of Janice we also learned that Bigfoot have a preference for short bread and do employ their own language. We saw this in the use of the word “Chutak”.
While Janice always remained humble and tried to down play her role in this major event, if not for her we would not have the most important developments that took place in the field of Bigfoot Research in 2013.
Congratulations Janice Coy Carter, you are the 2013 Bigfoot Researcher of the Year and truly deserve it. May “Fox” rest in peace.