Ohio Woman Claims She Recorded Bigfoot Howling… Or Was It A Wolf?

A woman living near the Mohican River in Ohio recorded shouts on July 3 claiming to be from a big-footed man. Susan Ferencak, a member of Bigfoot Field Researchers, shared a two-minute audio file with the Mansfield News Journal. An unnamed analyst within the Footfoot community who listened to the recording said there was a “high possibility” of him being a senior trying to locate elsewhere.

The analyst wrote that “the first howl has a coppery tone in his voice that could be indicative of ‘Sasquatch'”. “There are a couple of advantages in the implementation, such as switching to the ‘AA’ sound at the end of the call which also signify that it’s more pronounced in the last two howls.”

If you listen to the recording and think These coyotes, you are not alone. Kyle Casey, a naturalist at Mohican State Park, listened to the recording and said it was most likely a coyote. “The closest we think would be to call an alpha male wolf,” Casey told USA TODAY. “A wolf is calling in his bag.” However, he noted, the recorded howls did not quite match this interpretation. For reference, here’s a video showing some of the good wolf howling and barking.

The howling happened while Ferencac was in a camping area near the woods behind her house. “It was July 3rd at 3:42 a.m.,” Ferenjak said. “You hear some howling. Then you hear a chorus of coyotes and then you hear howling again.”

“There are two possible wood roads out there, but it’s hard to confirm due to the quality of the recording,” the analyst wrote. “I hear a responder after the third howl that (Sasquatch) again in the area—not a wolf. This responder makes a low, flat sound that ends with difficulty. Then the wolf chorus begins.”

Ferencac has conducted several Sasquatch investigations over the course of many years, culminating in the movie “The Back 80” in 2017. She says she saw her first bigfoot appearance in May 2013. She then had multiple instances of hearing or spotting the creature, which she described She is seven and a half feet tall and has long hair. “Then all the activity stopped,” Ferenjak said. “It was like, ‘Wow, where did you go?'” ”

For the past nine years, Ferenczak has been recording sounds from her backyard. “All that time, I haven’t scored anything decent,” Ferencac said. This registration prompted her to acquire more advanced equipment. She thinks Bigfoot is back in the valley.

Bigfoot Field Researchers is gathering reports of potential sightings across the country and trying to debunk any reports they deem to be unreliable.

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Ferencac cited a goalkeeper’s report from August 2020 as further evidence of Bigfoot’s return to the Mohican. The report states that a family was on a camping trip called 911 after something threw objects out of the woods at them at primitive campground in Pleasant Hill Lake Park in Ashland County. The father of the family put his children in their tent and grabbed a pocket knife to face whatever was throwing at them. He spotted “a tall, dark, and hairy figure who escapes and disappears into the woods.” Park Ranger McLellan did a search but couldn’t find anyone in the wooded area. Since that report, in 2021, three more sightings have been reported in Ashland County.

The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy asked Ferencak to participate in the Bigfoot Basecamp Weekend event in September on Pleasant Hill. “It’s one of the first times a government agency has come out and supported a major event,” Ferencac said.

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