I have never had any howls or whoops in this area. I have had a few things that were easy to identify - like a owl or squawk of a bird.
This was opening day of turkey season and on the mountain across from me someone fired a shot gun twice and then a let out a loud yell of excitement. I'm assuming the person got himself a turkey. Well, during this time I was setting up my last game cam, I was just finishing up and on my side of the mountain, up above me and to the right, came a very odd sound.
The best way I can describe it is that it started out sounding like an owl and as the sound continued it turned into a coyote sound. I did have my GoPRO camera running at the time but I have the water proof housing on it and it didn't pick up the sound. So, what I did was quickly get out my hand held camera and sit down and hope it happened again. Sadly it didn't, but I have created a short video of the events as they happened. This was my reaction right after the sound.
Of course, I'm not claiming the sound was made by a Bigfoot but I really don't know what made it. It was odd that the reaction came after the shot gun was fired and the loud yell was made. I do know that there was no one on my side of the mountain, there was no other cars or anything around. This area is also not a public area or anything. In fact, it is the outskirts of the state park and I would think hunting on it is not permitted at all.
It's kind of weird that for around 2 years now I have not had any sounds that I could pin on a Bigfoot. Maybe, this was done by a Bigfoot...... I think I will set out some sounds recorders ....see what I can catch.
This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.
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