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Bigfoot and the Boundary

Frank V. Arcilesi


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Bigfoot and the Boundary

I positioned myself in a stand of trees across from the cabin. The almost full moon seemed menacing cut by dark jagged thin clouds hanging high above the mountains in the cool night Oregonian air. It’s not the place where I wanted to be but it was where I had to be.

I had returned to Oregon after several months of recuperation to search for that so-called non-existent bastard. After the roof of the cabin fell in on me and the world seemed to have come to an end, I discovered that I was still alive for some reason.

After a while I realized what that reason was–to find and kill that bastard even though I was told he did not exist by the logical thinking normal people of the world. They say he’s just part of folklore. To hell with those sanctimonious fools. I knew what I knew. He had almost killed me and he had killed Brenda.

The time had come for me to cross that boundary—the one that exists in our minds that we struggle with, knowing that if we cross it, there may be no turning back.

I have my own theory about people who don’t believe certain things exist and claim those of us who have seen ghosts, shadow people and things like that are fools or crazy. I believe that if you think the world is black and white and it’s just what it appears to you, then you are probably the fool for you have no faith. As the writer Elizabeth Gilbert once said, “Faith is belief in what you cannot see or prove or touch.”

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