November 15, 2003
Dead Campbell County Critters? - A Status Update
The update on the La Follette, Tennessee situation (which involved several
investigators as of Friday) is this: Yes, a dead goat was found but it has been
buried by the owners. These locals are not interested in turning it over to
investigators for DNA analysis, yet. Yes, other animals have been
moved. Yes, NApe sightings have occurred. Yes, gunfire has been verified near La
Follette but the Sheriff's deputies are denying it was from them. And, yes, this
all happened this week.
No dead NApe bodies have been discovered. And there is no design involving
individuals Chris Dotson, John Placyk, or Mary Green to leak any on-going
confidential investigative information. No incidents have occurred in which
Loren Coleman or BFRO folks or government agents have flown in and extracted out
an ape, NApe, or Bigfoot body. (Seriously, you cannot imagine what conspiracies
I've heard about.)
Maybe, local law enforcement personnel conducted an unofficial, casual cover-up
related to actual figures on the volume of sightings and the number of dead
livestock found. Maybe, one car crash involving a NApe happened. New details
about this active cryptid flap continue to be revealed.
Investigation of the total matter is on-going, but do not look for any
earth-shaking breaking news.
Specific names of eyewitnesses, law enforcers, media, and other locals
interviewed are on file. Same goes for the monikers of goats and cats too. They
all will become part of the full written history of the case, after it moves
from active to inactive.
The unfolding events reflect patterns in the typical southeastern NApe accounts.
Please see Chapter 11 in