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Forthcoming Genealogical Research Trip and Big Foot
Posted by: Carolyn McAfee (TX/AL) (ID *****6165) Date: September 30, 2011 at 20:38:28
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Dear Readership,

I am in the midst of planning a research genealogical journey in the future and find that within the last six months, Big Foot has been rambling around in the woods of the area around Shelby, NC. (This is not the first time...)

The very old McAfee graves are a short distance from Shelby, in a tiny hamlet called "Bostic"...near Puzzle Creek. I have been to the site before but due to the thick tree canopy, it is dark in the forest; and, when one slowly looks about...he sees some of the old graves which are noticeably sunken. And...in one instance, the large grave stone of a gentleman of the old Green Family has been incorporated into a large tree trunk. Oh, my, this is a setting for a scary movie, for sure...and now word is that Big Foot is wondering around in the general area. I am pondering what to do re this matter...indeed, it would NOT make my day to run into this furry creature deep in the forest while I am searching for the McAfee sites!

My intent is to find the McAfee graves...even if I have to out run this creature!

Here is the information for the area and Big Foot:

http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/03/24/north-carolina-bigfoot-crossed-road






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