Posted by: Loren Coleman on February 8th, 2012
What do you think of this supposed photograph of an Ohio Bigfoot? Is it a real Ohio Sasquatch, an elderly Grassman, or someone’s idea of a joke, via an Abominable Snowman “Bumble” suit?
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This trail camera photograph was allegedly taken in Ohio, on the date shown, December 31, 2010. It is appearing only now due to being published in the monthly Buzzbin Magazine of Akron, Canton, and Cleveland, Ohio.
“Editor-in-chief Michael Nasvadi received a tip about the sighting of the beast just south of Massillon in Strasburg. One of his sources presented him with photographic evidence (see picture above), captured by a deer cam, of an alleged Sasquatch,” writes Steve Hallo, Manging (sic) Editor of Buzzbin Magazine. (How could the guy be a managing editor of a publication, when they don’t even know how to spell “managing” throughout their magazine? Is this monthly, itself, a joke?)
Along with photographer Jeremy Aronhalt, “manging editor” Steve Hallo went to the site of the trailcam to do an “onsite investigation.”
Apparently deer were captured on the trailcam, at the time, and they were compared to humans, and…
Note: These deer, no doubt, are tawny, brown in color. See how this camera is catching their color in this image. What color is the covering of “Beast”?
to the “Beast,” on site.
BTW, this new Ohio trailcam image vaguely reminds me of the Lake Worth Monster photo from the 1960s.
Allen Plaster of Fort Worth allegedly took this photo of a large, furry-looking, light-colored blob, supposedly the Lake Worth Monster, during the summer of 1969.