Bigfoot’s howling shot is like a ‘loud siren’ as expert shares new evidence the creature ‘was in your lair’
A BIGFOOT expert has unearthed evidence that Sasquatches roamed your campsite, including a loud siren call the creatures use to communicate.
Some call Bigfoot a myth, while others believe Sasquatches are elusive and evasive to humans in their natural habitat.
Matt Moneymaker, founder of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization and Sasquatch hunter in Animal Planet’s Finding Bigfoot, shared new evidence of Sasquatches in an exclusive interview with The US Sun.
“The biggest misconception people have is that they hear the word bigfoot and think it only refers to a single creature,” Matt explained.
He said that the media “converted it into this kind of unique monster thing rather than a biological population.”
Explaining the creatures’ behavior, he said they were “very intelligent” and “very clever.”
Matt said people don’t realize “how elusive they are and how smart they are and how nocturnal they are,” making it difficult not only to catch a sighting, but to collect evidence of a Sasquatch.
The Bigfoot expert had his own “euphoric” encounter with two Sasquatches in eastern Ohio around 1994.
“The taller of the two appeared behind me like something was watching you and he stepped out of the tree line about 15 feet away,” Matt recalled.
He added: “It growled at me. So I got up and walked away.”
Although Matt was unable to gather any evidence himself, he shared other incidents that people have experienced.
Sasquatches left “handprints on windows and other things,” the Bigfoot expert said.
Matt has also observed audio recordings of Sasquatches.
“It sounds like a giant man howling a big, long siren light meter,” he said.
BIGFOOT RED FLAGS
If you’re intentionally trying to catch Bigfoot or just camping out in the woods, Matt shared some red flags to watch out for.
“The most important thing is to listen for raps because they do that more often than loud vocals,” he said.
Matt added: “That doesn’t sound like a woodpecker.
“It sounds like someone hitting a tree really hard with a baseball bat.”
Sasquatch tracks aren’t easy to find, but “if snow covers everything, you’ll see their footprints,” Matt said.
“First of all, her feet are huge,” he explained. “And the stride is about a five-foot stride between them.”
Matt said the tracks are “really deep in the snow” and Sasquatches run in a “rope pattern.”
“One foot is basically in front of the other, while people have a staggered zigzag pattern in their stride,” Matt explained.
Sasquatches “live a lifestyle that tries to avoid humans,” the Bigfoot hunter said, but “they will play as aggressively as they need to play.”
“Like making noises or throwing things, maybe hitting the side of an RV or a cabin,” Matt explained. “But don’t attack you directly.”
When you encounter a Sasquatch, he said, “It really depends on how far away you are from him, because when he’s around you we could give you all the advice in the world, and your body will do the same thing, which is do.” nothing to upset it and just back off.”
He added, “Getting a photo of that thing gets pushed down the list of priorities real quick when they’re around because you think you might die.”
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