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Page Ten

T11E SUMMER DAILY

Soturday, May 26, 1973

'Bigfoot'
monster
sighted
in Wash.

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) - Is
it Bigfoot or some guy in a
motheaten, baggy gorilla suit?
The elusive Bigfoot, legend-
ary ape - man of the Pacific
Northwest, was sighted and
photographed, according to a
group of professional creature
hunters.
Actually, they say their photo-
graph is of "Son of Bigfoot," a
hairy teen-age monster with sil-
ver-gray fur and a mane rising
like a Roman soldier's plume

from the nape of his neck to the Wash." They won't be more spe-
top of his head. cific because, "It'd be like a Big-
foot convention around there'"

THAT'S what appears in the
photograph by B-F Enterprises, a
Santa Clara, Calif., corporation
dedicated to the capture of a cen-
turies-old legend.
The last Bigfoot phot6 was tak-
en in 1967.
The location, say Tom Bis-
cari and Gene Findley is "some-
where northeast of Spokane,

THEY are right about that.
The hunt for Bigfoot is a growing
hobby for weekenders and has
become a full-time occuption for
a handful of adventurers.
Indian stories started it all.
They told of eight-foot monsters
rumbling around isolated areas
of forests and jagged cb.

I ny auncer
Jnana Marga, 3-years-old, w a s
the hit of the Berkley Miraculous
Children's Faire in Berkeley,
Calif. with her Salome-like ren-
dition of a belly dance.
Castle
Dracula
opens
CASTL EDRACU LA,
Romania U11 - The Romanian
tourist organization has taken a
hint from a film maker who tit-
led a recent horror epic "Drac-
ula has risen from the dead -
You can't keep a good man
down.'
A- prt o their aggresive
cmtpaigsfor the torist dollar
the Romanians have organized
Dracula Tours, which so far have
attracted 2,00 foreigners
HIGH POINT of the tours is
Castle Dracula, 800 feet above a
stream running th rotgh the Car-
pathian Motnt-ins 1ol miles
north of Bucharest.
It was built by a 15th century
Romanian pr ince, Vlad Dracula,
known historically as Vlad the
Impaler. The character of Count
Dracula, vampire villain of the
perennial best seller by Bram
Stoker, is said to be based on
Vlad
The Romanian tourist organi-
zation has pushed the tours em-
phasizing Draculean horrors,
despite the fact that they are
casting slurs on a national hero.
ROMANIAN HEROS are judg-
ed primarily on how well they
fought against the Turks. Vlad
was one of the best.
When two Turkish emissaries
came to his court demanding tri-
bute they failed to remove their
turbans saying it was not their
custom. "Let's make that perma-
nent," Vlad is reported to have
said. His soldiers nailed the tur-
bans to the Turks' heads.
Vlad spent two years rampag-
ing through the Danube Valley
defying the empire - building
Turks. Mohammed It, conqueror
of Constantinole set out in
1462 with 250,000 troops to take
revenge. When the Turkish sul-
tan arrived at Tirgoviste, Vlad's
capital, he got a shock.
VLAD had performed his spe-
cialty on thousands of prisoners
and Tirgoviste was ringed with
tall, shrp stakes, each one deco-
rated with an impaled Turk.
The castle was identified as
Vlad's in 1969 b two Dracula
scholars, Profs. Raymond Mc-
Nally and Radu Florescu of Bos-
ton University.
The tours started last year.
THEY INCLUDE visits to Drac-
ula's birthplace, capital, castle
and grave as well as to Brasov.
There on St. Bartholomew's Day,
according to chronicles of 1460,
Vad ate lunch outdoors sur-
rounded by a forest of stakesson
which he had skewered rebel-
lious German burghers of the
town. This and other horror stIr-
ies are told on the bus along the
way,

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