Three Chilling Bigfoot Encounters: Clay County, Pendleton County, Jackson County

Posted Sunday, June 16, 2024

By staff

A new video posted on YouTube by the channel Ontario Cryptids has caught the attention of the Bigfoot community. In the video, titled "Something Slapped My Tent!", the channel shares three encounter stories, each one more intriguing than the last. The first story takes place in Clay County, Florida, where a hunter had a close encounter with a mysterious creature while hunting small game. The creature was described as being dark brown or almost black, and was running on two legs, not four. The hunter estimated that it stood about 5 feet tall and found evidence of its presence in the form of a large pile of scat. The second story is from Pendleton County, West Virginia, where a group of cavers heard a loud, mammal-like scream in the woods. The scream was unlike anything they had ever heard before and caused a bit of nervous laughter and discussion among the group. The scream was loud but not incredibly so, and lasted for about 3 to 4 seconds. The third and final story is from Jackson County, Illinois, where a group of hikers had an unexplainable experience while camping. One of the hikers, a woman, heard a bipedal creature walking around outside of her tent. The other hikers also reported hearing strange noises and howls throughout the night. These stories are a great reminder of the mysterious and elusive nature of Bigfoot. They also serve as a call to action for all Bigfoot believers to get out and explore the great outdoors, and to always be on the lookout for signs of Sasquatch. If you're interested in learning more about these encounters, be sure to check out the full video on the Ontario Cryptids YouTube channel. And as always, if you have a Bigfoot encounter story of your own, we'd love to hear it. You can submit your story to us by visiting our website. Excitement Level: 7 Note: I am excited to share these encounter stories with our readers. However, I want to remind everyone that the opinions and experiences shared in the video are independent of Squatchable. We respect all ideas and beliefs in the Bigfoot community and encourage our readers to watch the video and form their own opinions.