Bigfoot in Ohio? Wife says she has audio; experts suggest it is coyote


A Ohio woman thinks Bigfoot has returned to the wilderness near her homeand she thinks she has audio evidence.

“This is the first time I’ve ever recorded crying,” said Suzanne Ferencak.

The two-minute recording – which she shared with the Mansfield News Journal, part of the USA TODAY Network – captures the sound of an unidentified creature howling in the distance. Ferencak, who says she’s encountered Bigfoot in her environment before, says it’s a Bigfoot creature.

But other wildlife experts aren’t so sure. A group of workers at nearby Mohican State Park suggested the sound could simply be an alpha male coyote calling his pack.

She plans to discuss her meetings during “Bigfoot Basecamp Weekend” Sept. 9-11 at Pleasant Hill Lake Park in Ohio.

‘I always have a recorder on’

Ferencak said she first glimpsed Bigfoot when it was reportedly jumped over a side road southeast of Loudonville, Ohio, in May 2013.

Her description of the 7½ foot tall, furry beast matches those commonly used to depict creatures known as Sasquatch, Yeti, and Grassman. She calls it Bigfoot.

Suzanne Ferencak is seen at her Bigfoot activity site in Holmes County on Thursday, July 21, 2022. TOM E. PUSKAR/ASHLAND TIMES-GAZETTE

Her rural home, just over an hour’s drive from Columbus, Ohio, is also a most important habitat for Bigfoot, she concluded. Her research culminated in a movie, “The Back 80”, which was released in 2017.

For years Ferencak said: there was knocking and howling around her house and sightings in the woods behind her property.

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“Then all activity stopped,” Ferencak said. “It was like, ‘Wow, where did it go?'”


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