A woman who claims to live in a 'sasquatch hotspot' believes that she has recorded howls of a Bigfoot, as she claims the beast is living in the wilderness near her home in the US.

Suzanne Ferencak has shared a two-minute-long recording with the Mansfield News Journal that she claims captured the sound of an unidentified creature howling in the distance.

The Loudonville, Ohio resident told the news organisation that she encountered 'a Bigfoot creature' in her area back in May 2013— but claims that this is the first time she has been able to get a recording.

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When describing the first incident, Ferencak claims she saw a 7½-foot tall, hairy beast which matched the description of a Sasquatch, Yeti and Grassman.

Since then she has done research on the area around her rural home and found that it is a known 'hotspot' for Bigfoot activity and claims she sometimes hears unexplained knocks and howls and even sightings in the woods behind her property.

Now, the self-professed Bigfoot investigator ensures she never misses a potential encounter as she keeps an audio recorder in her backyard.

Speaking to USA Today she said: "It's not a very expensive recorder. If I'm out, I always have a recorder going. I've been doing this for nine years. In all that time, I had not recorded anything decent."

However, on July 3, 2022, there seemed to be a breakthrough in her 20,000 hours of recordings in her backyard as she captured a recording of multiple mysterious howls.

She added: "You hear some howls. Then you hear a chorus of coyotes and then you hear howls again."

The resident claims she immediately thought that it was Bigfoot, however, experts say her claim can't be verified.

Kyle Casey, a naturalist at nearby Mohican State Park said he and other colleagues listened to the audio recording and compared it to recordings of other animals.

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Casey concluded: "The closest thing that we believe it would be would be the call of an alpha male coyote calling in its pack.”

However, the expert did acknowledge that the sound wasn't an exact match.

But despite the reported debunking Ferencak still believes the howl was Bigfoot and she plans to purchase a more expensive audio recorder to prove it.

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