1886, Martins Ferry Ohio, Chicken killing wild man

TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY! Farmers in and around Martins Ferry, Ohio report that their chicken coops have been damaged or destroyed. And all their chickens viciously devoured. The farmers organize a farm watch. Night after night they confront a large, smelly wild man covered in fur and moss and twigs. Unnaturally strong and scary, the farmers take up arms to hunt the creature. They discover his nest in a clump of jutting rocks, which they set on fire. Subsequent attempts to trap or track the creature are futile. After a few weeks, the chicken coop attack cease.

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