A Cautionary Tale

August 19, 2016

  Siskiyou County Supervisor Brandon Criss is married to Kerry Criss, formerly known as Kerry Ingraham of Mt. Shasta. We want the public to know what Kerry Criss has done to us, and we want to public to know how the Ingraham family has tried to silence us from telling others what they did to […]

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Great Northern Services Business Loans Leaves Trail of Burned Investors

March 28, 2016

Thinking of applying for a business loan through Great Northern Services of Weed, CA? You better be damn careful.   I got a loan to purchase a local toy store in Mt. Shasta, and I ended up losing everything I had in life.  I always knew this was a possibility, of course.  Business is risky […]

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We were treated like Shit after Investing in Siskiyou County

March 19, 2016

Part 2 of a series: Our experience with Jefferson Economic Development Institute (JEDI) I feel like one of Bill Cosby’s victims. We are outraged.   We are disgusted at how we’ve been treated in Mt. Shasta.   We will tell others what was done to us.  We will not be silenced.   I’m the former […]

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Ingraham Family Ripoffs and Life in a White Ghetto

March 19, 2016

I’m puzzled by people who voice support for those in their community who destroy other people.It’s very similar to turning up the TV volume to cover the screams of a woman being raped.I’m starting to wonder if the disease I uncovered here isn’t limited to Kerry Criss and the rest of the Ingraham family, but is […]

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Are there other victims of the Ingraham family out there?

March 19, 2016

When Kerry Ingraham-Criss swindled us in a business deal, she was so nonchalant and so brazen that I have come to the realization that we might not have been her first rodeo. I was probably Kerry’s biggest whale she ever scammed, because she had only one toy store to sell. However, I have no doubt […]

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How to avoid getting Swindled by the Ingraham family

March 19, 2016

 A few years ago, we were swindled out of our life savings in a business transaction by Kerry Criss (aka Kerry Ingraham-Criss), whose parents own Noah’s Ark Feed Barn in Mt. Shasta.   Originally this article was going to be solely about Kerry Ingraham-Criss, but I’ve since learned that the rest of her family is […]

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Siskiyou County treats people who bring money and jobs like crap

March 7, 2016

It’s now clear to me why Siskiyou County is a de facto White ghetto: Siskiyou County treats those who bring money and jobs to the area like crap.  People with talent or resources get burned and eventually leave the area.    If this is how Siskyou County treats those who develop, then the county deserves to […]

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Kerry Criss: The Swindler of Siskiyou County

January 3, 2016

Siskiyou County Supervisor Brandon Criss is married to Kerry Criss, formerly known as Kerry Ingraham of Mt. Shasta. We want the public to know what Kerry Criss has done to us, and we want to public to know how the Ingraham family has tried to silence us from telling others what they did to us. […]

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The Scumbags of Mt. Shasta: The Ingraham Family

December 19, 2015

I’ve met and interacted with people from all around the world, so I think I have a good sense for people…both the good and the bad. When it comes to bad people, The Ingraham Family of Mount Shasta set a new low.    They are so bad that they sit in their own category of depravity. […]

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Salt Creek Falls near Oakridge, Oregon

June 18, 2014

Salt Creek Falls is the second highest waterfall in Oregon, with a drop of nearly 286 feet.    Not many people have seen this spectacular waterfall because it is located an hour east of Eugene, far from the Portland metro area. Luckily, the waterfall is located only a few minutes off Highway 58 away from […]

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A Sunny Winter Visit to Astoria, Oregon

May 3, 2014

It was the middle of January, and cloudy and bitterly cold where we live near Portland, Oregon.   For weeks, the Portland area had been under a temperature inversion, with near-freezing temperatures in the Willamette Valley, and warmer temperatures along the coast and mountains. We were dying to get out of the house.  We decided […]

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Cedar Mill Falls in Beaverton, Oregon

May 3, 2014

On January 2, 2014, we were looking for things to do, and decided to visit Cedar Mill Falls in Beaverton, Oregon.  The falls is located close to the junction of Hwy 217 and Hwy 26, in a residential area. A few years ago, a developer of a neighboring apartment complex built a wooden walkway and […]

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A Visit to Castle Crags State Park

May 3, 2014

(Dunsmuir, CA) During the 2013 Labor Day weekend, my family and I visited the Mt. Shasta area and camped at Castle Crags State Park, located just south of Dunsmuir, CA. and about two hours south of the Oregon border. We had been aware of the park for many years, but since it was only 30 […]

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2014 Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival

May 3, 2014

A few years ago, I was looking at the Facebook feed of a family member, and I saw their pictures of a visit to a local tulip farm. The pictures were simply amazing: it seemed like there were millions of flowering tulips in varying shades of red, yellow, and pink. Just for background, The Wooden Shoe […]

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The Rugged Beauty of Yaquina Head

May 2, 2014

Yaquina Head is like a spanish masterpiece of nature, located on the central Oregon coast, located just north of the city of Newport.  In January, 2014, we really wanted to get out of the Portland area to avoid Superbowl madness.  We decided to head to the coast.  Due to a temperature inversion, temperatures in the Willamette […]

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