GENEVA, Ohio — Debbie Sherman was pushing home early Monday in northeastern Ohio after a night
of personification cards with friends when she saw something relocating opposite a field.
At first, a Geneva proprietor could not make out a object.
“I suspicion it was a sand bike,” she said. “Then we saw it was large in size, station on two
feet, … and it was station tall, unequivocally tall.”
Sherman pronounced she saw a Bigfoot, also famous as sasquatch, an ape-like quadruped that some people
believe lives in a forests of North America.
“I was pushing west, and it was on a north side of
Rt. 20 before North Ridge Taxidermy,” she said, observant before this sighting, she didn’t really
believe in a existence of Bigfoot.
“I was driving, and he was entrance laterally from me,” she said. “He was large and hairy and
muscular. we slowed down, meditative we were going to collide, and all of remarkable he was gone.”
Sherman binds a solid job, keeps to herself and her family, and was a small nervous about
coming brazen with her Bigfoot story.
When she got home around 3:20 a.m. Monday, she went on a Internet and contacted Doug Waller of
the Southeast Ohio Society for Bigfoot Investigation by a organization’s Facebook page.
“She was flattering shook up,” Waller said. “Most people don’t design to see something like that.”
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The multitude started in 2008 with a vigilant to give people an event to speak openly about
Bigfoot, he said.
Society investigators Steve Blair and Rich Washington gathering to Ashtabula County to check into
Sherman’s sighting. The span done hit with a landowner, perceived accede to demeanour around
and found some discernible evidence, Blair said.
They found marks in a operation of about 17 inches prolonged and 8 inches wide, he said.
“One lane was in a mud,” Blair said. “You can see something walked by there.”
They also found what looked like a nesting area, he said.
Waller pronounced Sherman isn’t a initial Ashtabula County proprietor to see Bigfoot, citing other
reports in Mar and in Jul 2011.
Sherman pronounced one of her kin pronounced he encountered a Bigfoot in 1985 in Ashtabula County,
near Whispering Willow Mobile Homes in Harpersfield Township.
At a time, she was skeptical, she said. “Now, I’m not so sure.”