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Billy Joe Fudge deduces bear was headed for Jericho

from telephone report from Billy Joe Fudge
Billy Joe Fudge, one of the most knowledgeable students of Bear behavior, having studied several on Hopewell Acres on Crocus Creek in Cumberland County, KY, and in the environs of Inroad in Adair, has been dropping pins and and, from reports he's gotten, he can trace the Bear which crossed Adair County on Sunday from downtown Hardscratch to the Zion area, to Holmes Bend Road, to Egypt and thinks the bear, more or less.

He wonders if it were headed for Johnny Vaughan's residence in the Jericho Community. It's just a theory, he says. He said that a customer at a beauty salon on KY 551 left the shop and was frightened by the bear.

He said there are some really clear photos with recognizable landmarks, of the bear - if there were just one - in Hardscratch.

This story was posted on 2015-06-08 15:46:49
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