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Recent Bigfoot sighting in Shiawassee county

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  1. Erin T.
    Erin T. says:

    Hello there, I had a similar situation just last night on our property. We are in the Rural Birch Run/Bridgeport area just outside of the Shiawassee National Wildlife refuge. Normally I hear some coyotes at night, I’ve heard a few questionable noises the past few nights… last night confirmed that there are indeed Sasquatches in this area. Around 2:15am I heard a massive branch snap off a tree, or even snap in half. Some coyotes could be heard faintly in the distance as well… the snapping tree echoed..The sound seemed to be coming from far away but was still loud. I got slightly on edge and decided to turn on the TV to calm myself down. Then, around 2:21am, I heard the most unmistakable sound that, in my mind could NOT pass as a coyote or a large dog, or even a human. This was one of the loudest, most guttural “AHHHHHH!” Sounds I’ve ever heard. It lasted maybe 10-12 seconds..15 tops. To me, it resembled a mini “Ohio Howl”. What really was a giveaway to me was the throatiness and nasal tone that could really be heard.. it sounded Gargly and throaty… it sounded like was coming from far away, but was somehow SO LOUD. My 65lb bulldog and our cat woke up from deep sleep and we’re on high alert in the middle of the howl.. that’s how loud and wild this noise was. Many of our neighbors have chicken, livestock, horses, etc. that may draw one in, and we back right up to the refuge. I’m going to check today for any prints or evidence of passing through our property. I am convinced we have Squatches in these woods now! The Refuge has thousands of acres of woods and coverage, and most importantly LOTS of food and waterways to maintain large life. I just moved here, and boy ami ever so excited! I had no idea they came down this South in MI!

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