‘The Pied Piper of Raccoons’ mysteriously charms nearly two dozen animals by playing his flute in a New York forest
- An upstate New York man charms dozens of raccoons with his flute playing skills
- Video shows 20 raccoons surrounding man as he plays a Native American flute
- Video was taken on September 20 in Brasher State Forest in St Lawrence County
- He lives in the area and usually plays the flute for birds and other animals
An upstate New York man has mastered the art of raccoon calling.
Video posted online on September 20 by Newsflare shows the man standing on the side of a road in Brasher State Forest in St. Lawrence County playing a beautiful tune on his Native American flute.
The man’s skills aren’t just music to viewers’ ears.
The raccoons seem to like it too and come out of hiding in the woods to surround the man.
A New York man was nicknamed the Pied Piper of Raccoons after video shows him playing a flute and attracting dozens of raccoons
The animals were seen in the video coming out of the woods to listen to the man
According to the filmmaker, at least 20 raccoons enjoyed the afternoon show before slinking back into the woods.
The man, who is being dubbed the ‘Pied Piper of Raccoons’, lives at the reservation and usually plays his flute for the birds and other animals.
The video was filmed on September 20 in Brasher State Forest in St. Lawrence County in New York
The man lives in the area and usually plays his Native American flute for birds and other animals
At least 20 raccoons came out of the woods and listen to the man, the person filming said