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Friday, April 26, 2024

RED-EYED, SNARLING BIGFOOT Scares Witness at Cascade Locks, Oregon

A group of friends at Cascade Locks, Oregon. The witness picks up a rock to throw into one of the steam vents when he notices a red-eyed Bigfoot snarling at him.

I received the following account:

“Hi, Lon. In 1987, a friend of ours had gone up above the Cascade Locks, Oregon and found some steam vents. And those steam vents, we went up and tried to find them, one weekend of that year (1987) and we couldn't find them.

So what we did was we went back and talked to my friend again and she gave us a map. We went back up there with that map and it was a long way up there and we found them. While we were there, we found those vents and I thought to myself, I wonder how much pressure there is, so I picked up a rock to throw it into the hole to see if it would pop back out, and when I picked that rock up I just got chills thinking about it. That is when I saw this tall Bigfoot.

Now let me explain how it looked. It snarled, it was nasty. It stepped over a log that I would have had to crawl over and it stood there and growled at us. And I had that rock in my hand and I was getting ready to throw it and I froze. My friend was standing there off to the left of me looking over and that thing snarled at us. It had eyes like a cherry on your cigarette.

When I was a kid I had heard stories about this. While we were standing there, my buddy's friend took off running and it turned its body and followed him but when he got too far, he turned himself to me and looked me in the eye and I'm not kidding, I got the biggest rush I've ever had in my life. I remembered back at what the First Nations people used to say if you see one and you look him in the eyes, he will steal your soul. It scared the crap out of me.” J

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Have you ever met someone who looked just like you? Perhaps you’ve walked up to a person you thought you knew only to find they were a stranger. If so, you may have met a real-life doppelgänger.

What is a doppelgänger? The word comes from German meaning “double goer.” Today, it’s often used to describe two strangers who look so much alike they could be twins. Seeing a doppelgänger can be startling. That’s true whether it’s a person who looks just like you or someone who could be your friend’s twin. It’s no wonder, then, that doppelgängers are also common in frightening stories.

Many times, a doppelgänger is the double of another character. They are like the character in many ways, most often in looks. However, the things that make them different are more important. The doppelgänger often differs from the main character in the values they hold. This results in them making choices that lead them down a different path. For example, “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” by Robert Louis Stevenson. In this story, both characters share the same body. However, they are opposites, with Dr. Jekyll representing good and Mr. Hyde evil.

There is also a historical attribute to this phenomenon. President Abraham Lincoln supposedly saw his doppelgänger when he saw two faces in the mirror on the night of his first election in 1860. The second face was pale and sickly, which his wife, Mary, interpreted as a sign of death or sickness during his second term. Only a few months after his second election, Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth.

So, what do you think a doppelgänger represents? Listen to these accounts and form your opinion.


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