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COUNTY: Plymouth County
LOCATION DETAILS: Between 3A and Old Oaken Bucket Road in the woods that separates them.
NEAREST TOWN: Scituate
NEAREST ROAD: 3A (Chief Justice Cushing Highway)
OBSERVED: My dog was bothering me to go out ealry morning around 3 AM on November 25th 2000. It was very brisk out and I believe the weather was clear. Not sure about the lighting. As I was walking her, I could hear coyotes howling for a good few minutes from a distance and didn't think much of it. Then a few minutes later after it had stopped, I was about to walk inside and heard this loud wailing coming from the woods. It literally sent a chill down my spine. It definitely was not human and not anything else I would recognize. We don't have much wildlife bigger than deer and coyote. This went on till about 5:30 AM and kept me up. The wailing to me almost sounded depressing like it was upset or something. I told my friend's father a few weeks later and he told me that he was out walking his dog a few years earlier and said that he clearly saw something in the woods watching him. He never told anyone because he thought no one would be lieve him. This happened across the major road by the resevoir early evening.
ALSO NOTICED: Just the coyotes howling before.
OTHER WITNESSES: Nope
OTHER STORIES: Nope, but I also don't live there anymore.
TIME AND CONDITIONS: 3AM to 5:30 AM
ENVIRONMENT: Forrest with a brook near by.
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Nick M.:
I spoke with the witness and believe him to be credible. He described hearing a loud, deep wailing/groaning noise every few minutes. It went on for about two hours. He said it sounded human but that it was too loud.
The Eastern Massachusetts region has shown Bigfoot activity in the past. Unfortunately, there has been heavy real estate development in this area.
About BFRO Investigator Nick M.:
Nicholas Maione is a business owner and a trained biologist. After attending 2005 New York Adirondacks Expedition, the 2006 West Virgina Expedition, and 2007 South Carolina Expedition he became very interested in the feeding habits of bigfoots.
Nick will be organizing the BFRO's 2009 New York Expedition. He also led the 2008 Maine Expedition.
- BS Marine Biology from URI -- focus on Biogeography and Distribution of Corals and Mangrove Trees in the Great Barrier Islands, Australia
- AS in Mathematics from CCRI
- Began his Masters in Environmental Science & Management
- Former Veterinary Technician and Primate Assistant Zookeeper