A pair of hikers claimed to have caught the infamous Bigfoot on camera in a startlingly clear video.
The hikers who encountered the hairy man said they heard “many strange noises” while walking at Salt Fork State Park last month, before coming across a mysterious figure.
In the spooky clip, a large hairy figure can be seen slowly walking in the background. Another angle then zooms in on the back of the “creature”, showing its bizarre features.
Eric, one of the hikers, whispers: “Did you see that? Should we even be here?
“The sounds you are gonna hear next are absolutely bone-chilling.”
The pair, from Ohio, said they found hair and bones probably from deer and some of them “looked like they’re ripped apart pretty good”.
They described the figure as something resembled Bigfoot, or Sasquatch – a hairy, upright-walking, ape-like creature that dwells in the wilderness and leaves footprints.
There have been more than 36 similar sightings reported in the same park since the mid-80s, but scientists have already discounted the existence of Bigfoot, considering it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification and hoax.
At Salt Fork State Park, there are three locations where a Bigfoot is said to have been spotted: Morgan’s Knob, Parker Road and Bigfoot Ridge.
But some viewers found the footage as “one of the best fakes” on the internet.
One said: “Wouldn’t hurt to make the arms on the Sasquatch longer.”
According to the Cambridge Guernsey County Visitors and Convention Bureau website, the public’s interest in hunting Bigfoot surged over the years and even held an ‘Annual Bigfoot Conference’ starting from 2005.
In the description, they described the creature as “Bigfoot. Sasquatch. Yeti. Ohio Grassman”.
“Whatever you choose to call it, it really is all the same creature,” it added.
“Very big, hairy and tall, averaging 6 to 8 feet tall. With foot prints averaging from 13 to 17 inches long.”