Ohio lady claims to have videotaped Bigfoot, but experts are dubious

Bigfoot has allegedly been seen on tape by video explorers. In the past 50 years, more than 10,000 Americans have reported encounters with the primate.
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Based on an audio recording she took of what she heard, an Ohio woman alleges that Sasquatch has returned to the woods close to her home.

In her nearly ten years of experience as a Bigfoot hunter, Suzanne Ferencak revealed to Mansfield News Journal last week that this is the first time she has ever captured howling.

The News Journal said that an analyst said the two-minute tape had a “high potential” to include the noises of one Bigfoot trying to get in touch with another.

A Sasquatch crossing sign is shown posted in the Oregon wilderness.

The Oregon wilderness is illustrated with a Sasquatch crossing sign posted there. (iStock)

According to the researcher, “the initial howler has a brassy tone to its voice that can be indicative” of Sasquatch.

There are a few other executional characteristics, most notably in the last two howls, that are indicative as well, such as switching to the phoneme “AA” at the end of the cry.

But, according to a USA Today investigation, some wildlife specialists aren’t so certain the sounds came from a Bigfoot species.
The sounds, according to staff at the neighboring Mohican State Park, may have been made by an alpha male coyote calling its pack.

Suzanne Ferencak is seen on her property in Holmes County on Thursday, July 21, 2022.

On Thursday, July 21, 2022, Suzanne Ferencak is spotted in Holmes County on her property. The Ashland Times-Gazette (TOM E. PUSKAR)

The Bigfoot aficionado supposedly saw the creature for the first time in May 2013 as it crossed a side road southeast of her home town of Loudonville, Ohio.

Ferencak told the News Journal that she had heard knocks and screams in the neighborhood for a number of years, along with other sightings, and that her remote property is a prime Bigfoot habitat.

Since then, the activity had decreased.
Ferencak bought an audio recorder for her backyard anyhow to make sure she didn’t miss anything.

andquot;I've been doing this for nine years,andquot; said Ohio resident Susan Ferencak about her hunt for Bigfoot.

Susan Ferencak, an Ohio resident, stated of her search for Bigfoot, “I’ve been doing this for nine years.” (iStock)

I usually have a recorder going if I’m out,” she said to the neighborhood news source.
“For nine years, I’ve been doing this.”

On July 3 of this year, Ferencak finally captured the most recent deafening howling. The sounds, in her opinion, were made by a young or female Bigfoot calling to her offspring.

This is a field on Suzanne Ferencak's property in Holmes County, where she says Bigfoot has been seen, on Thursday, July 21, 2022.

On July 21, 2022, Suzanne Ferencak reported seeing Bigfoot in this field on her property in Holmes County. The Ashland Times-Gazette (TOM E. PUSKAR)

“The Back 80,” a movie from 2017, had documentation of Ferencak’s prior encounters.

She is inspired to continue raising awareness based on her own encounters as a member of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization, a scientific group seeking answers from encounters.

At the September Bigfoot Basecamp Weekend at Pleasant Hill Lake Parks, Ferencak intends to talk about her encounters.
Fox News Digital’s lifestyle writer is Angelica Stabile. @atstabile is the Twitter handle to follow.

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