It starts out like this:
"Ohio, named for the Iroquois word 'ohi-yo' meaning 'large creek' lies in the Midwestern United States. It's home to a number of firsts, such as America's first automobile (built by John Lambert in 1891), the first use of x-rays in surgery in 1896, Superman (by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster in 1933) and the invention of the pop-top can in the 1960s. Eight presidents were either born in Ohio, or lived there when they were elected. Along with presidents, Ohio produced movie directors Steven Spielberg and Wes Craven, first man on the moon Neil Armstrong, inventor Thomas Edison, author Toni Morrison, actors Clark Gable, and Jim 'Thurston Howell III' Backus, and murderer Charles Manson (who also wrote the first draft of the Beach Boys song 'Never Learn Not to Love'). Ohio isn't a big state, the 34th largest, but it ranks seventh in population. Rolling plains make up most of Ohio, topped off by the Appalachian Plateau consisting of hills and valleys. Three hundred twelve miles of Lake Erie shoreline stretch across two-thirds of the northern section of the state. More than 8.1 million acres of Ohio lay under the cover of trees. That's a lot of room to hide, oh I don't know, Bigfoot, maybe?"
See the whole thing here.
And, speaking of Bigfoot in Ohio.... the 2016 Ohio Bigfoot Conference is this weekend at Salt Fork State Park.