As Klaus and Bandit were riding through the
Danaher Valley in early August of 2000, Klaus suddenly realized that he
had been struck by an all-consuming, apparently incurable disease,
When he went back to camp and discussed this condition with his
campmates, it became clear that this was, indeed, an illness associated
with Seeley Lake, that had never before been accurately diagnosed.
Below you will find the Bobitis Files, some quite tragic, in
If you are new to the Bobitis
story, read The
Bobitis File first.
In 2000 when Klaus' "Bobitis Countdown"
dropped below 200 days, he issued an important press release. Click here
200-day Press Release.
release went out on Valentine's Day 2001. Click here for the
100-day Press Release.
Just before leaving for Montana in 2001, Klaus almost
underwent electro-shock therapy. Click to read the
Klaus' Count Stuck at 200 Days, Nov. 2002
Mystery of the Stuck Count Revealed, Feb. 2003
Confessions of a BobAnon, Jan.
Klaus' Bobitis Countdown: