The one problem I have with the Copalis Beach story is, by the writers own word it's “third hand information, and it happened close to forty years ago, so it is really nothing more than good, spooky story.” And it is a great story indeed, and I can't help but get chills up my spine when I read it. But there seems to be too much detail for a third hand story 40 years old. I could not recall that much detail “first hand” about important events in my life that happened only a couple of years ago.
If the story is true, then wow! what an terrifying event - like being in the middle of a real life horror movie. If its not true, then someone is waisting their talent and really should be writing books.
If its not true, then someone is waisting their talent and really should be writing books.
The guy who wrote this back in 2004, came back last month to the message board to say this, among other things:
"The Cowman of Copalis Beach is being published in a compendium of Bigfoot tales by an author named Linda Coil. I gave her the the one time use rights to publish the story in her upcoming book. I am currently working on turning the story into a screenplay."
posted on 03/07/2008 6:49:06 AM PST
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