Skowhegan Crowd Attempts To Set Moose Call Record
Over the weekend at the Skowhegan Moose Festival more than 1600 people filled the grandstand in an attempt to set a Guinness Book Work Record for the most people simultaneously doing a Moose call for 35 seconds.
According to the Moose Festival Facebook page, event officials gave out more than 1,600 bracelets and organizers confirmed they had enough people. The previous record was 995 people.
This video and other records will now be submitted to the Guinness Book of World Records to get their official confirmation on the record and official number of people.
The process of being registered by Guinness could take up to three months. The Registered Maine Guide the video directing the crowd is Roger Lambert. The Moose Festival offered up thank to all participants.