New Theories Emerge on Washington State Bigfoot Encounter
Washington State leads the rest of the United States by quite a wide margin in Bigfoot sightings with over 678 reported, the most recent of which was in Clallam County in June 2020. The official report included chilling details:
On June 22, 2020; I was parked just outside the Swan Bay launch site at Ozette Lake on a logging road. About a 1/4 mile from the launch site heading east take a left onto the logging road into the clear cut. I parked approx a 1/4 mile in and my RV could be seen by the road.
The man, along with his wife and 15 year-old-son, were camping and enjoying the beauty of the Olympic Peninsula, when they encountered 'the howl'. With limited vocabulary, the frightened soul provides little more than a perfunctory account:
We has built a fire and when the sun had set I mentioned to my wife that Sasquatch's are known to answer howls. I am on the BFRO site 4-days a week to track sightings and am a firm believer after reading Dr. Meldrum's book: Sasquatch-Legend Meets Science. I made a howl like the 1994 Moaning Howl Ohio call recording on this site. I am a trained vocalist and can project my voice loudly. I cupped my face and let out a howl. Its was answered.
There's more to this terrifying encounter:
I was facing east and let out a howl every 30-60 seconds that was answered progressively closer. Astonished, I kept it up and the return was always closer. My wife fled to into the RV in fear. My son would not come out. I was not in fear but in hopes of seeing a Sasquatch. I did not have my cell phone with me to record the sasquatch returning howls. I grabbed my .44 magnum revolver (just in case) and a flashlight scanning the trees in hopes to see a illuminated red pair of eyes.
Whether the brandishing of his pistol was what scared-off Bigfoot or not, there would be no confrontation with a red pair of eyes gazing back at him and no further howling (save for his own) that day.
Practically everything that is known about Bigfoot is available at the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization.
While there don't appear to be any odd sightings in this video, take a look around the lands of Lake Ozette: