August 5, 2022 | 2 comments
Does a hairy hominid roam the forests of Ohio ? Image Credit: Steve Bexter / Pexels
Loudonville resident Suzanne Ferencak believes that she has captured audio evidence of the elusive creature.
Having developed a keen interest in the phenomenon after a close encounter with an alleged Bigfoot in 2013, Ferencak recorded the mysterious howling on July 3rd outside Mohican State Park.
While park officials have dismissed the sound as that of coyotes, Ferencak remains unconvinced.
"You hear some howls, then you hear a chorus of coyotes and then you hear howls again," she said.
"This is the first time I ever recorded howls."
She was so convinced about the nature of the recording, in fact, that she sent it along to an anonymous audio specialist known for his work on assessing alleged Bigfoot audio.
"I do hear a responder after the third howl that suggests a second (Sasquatch) in the area - not a coyote," he said. "That responder makes a low, flat howl that ends with an upwhoop."
"Then the coyote chorus kicks in."
You can check out the recording for yourself below.