Reports of Sasquatch Sightings in Ohio
Big Foot Enjoys Deer Liver
I have just recently discovered that there are quite a few reported sasquatch sightings in Ohio. Areas include Stark, Carroll, Guernsey, Coshocton, Columbiana, and Auglaize counties, Berlin Lake, Sharon, and New Philadelphia, Ohio. This really gives me the creeps. I live several miles from those areas, still way too close for me.
Along with actual sightings of Big Foot and his huge footprints (left in mud), one thing remains the same, a large number of mutilated young deer. The deer carcasses leave the same evidence. They appear to have been brutally attacked, with their legs twisted and contorted, their bellies ripped open with only the livers removed. Their intestines are pulled out, still attached and laying in a pile near their bellies. So much for the theory of sasquatch being a nut and berry eating sort of guy.
Big Foot has been sighted running across the road (in front vehicles) with a deer slung over his shoulder. Usually he remains in highly wooded areas.
One very interesting report, speaks of a retired man in Coshocton County, who was out hunting one day. He found many young deer mutilated, as I have described. He noticed a cave-like overhang, and decided to investigate. Inside the cave were many deer legs neatly lined up, no other remains. He thought this strange, of course, and then Big Foot returned to the cave! The report says, the man was very frightened. The huge, hair covered beast just stood in the cave opening and stared at him. The man moved very slowly so not to spook the creature, and left through the other side of the cave. Luckily, Big Foot did not follow.
Another interesting bit of info is many of the reports speak of a knocking sound from woods. Sounding as if someone is beating against a tree with a piece of wood. It's as if the Big Foots (or is it Big Feet) communicate with each other. They answer each other with the same knocking sound, different directions located near deer hurds.
Well, it seems that Big Foot is alive and well in Ohio, and that makes me a bit uneasy !