Bigfoot Howl Recorded in Kentucky?

By Tim Binnall

A weird piece of footage circulating online features an eerie series of howls emanating from a forest in Kentucky and some suspect that the source of the creepy sounds could be Sasquatch. The unnerving moment was captured on a Facebook broadcast this past Friday by a man named Shaun Hammonds at his home in the city of Whitesburg.

In the video, an unsettled Hammonds dashes towards the treeline at the edge of his property and points his cell phone camera towards a heavily wooded area. "What is that," he wonders as a loud and ominous howl emerges from the forest. Hammonds is soon joined by his wife, who asks what is making the spooky sound, but her husband concedes that he has no idea.

The footage comes to a swift conclusion when Hammonds sees that his wife brought their young child outside with her. The concerned dad quickly turns his attention away from the strange scene unfolding in the forest and opts to get his family back inside their home in case the mystery creature makes an appearance in the flesh.

In his caption to the video, Hammonds asserted that both he and his wife were certain the animal behind the sound was not a bear, elk, or coyote. "That sound pierces your soul," he mused, "it's unlike anything I've heard in these mountains." What's your take on the odd howl? Could it have come from a Sasquatch or was it merely a run of the mill denizen of the forest? Share your theory at the Coast to Coast AM Facebook page.

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