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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Bigfoot Audio Recordings

These are a few of my favorite Bigfoot recordings.

Snohomish, WA 1978-79 - These sounds were recorded by L.W. She was our neighbor's friend, and our creature encounters were occurring at about the same time in the state of Washington, 50 miles apart. L.W. sat on her porch nightly with her little dog as these screams came from the gravel pit near her house. She recorded the sounds for a total of 9 months. This particular recording shows the frequency and intensity of the sounds well. It is very similar to the Puyallup screams above, and the Klamath screams below, one of three nearly-identical recordings made in three different places over a 20-year period!

This clip, recorded at night by a researcher in the Klamath area of California in 1993, is eerily similar to the Puyallup and Snohomish screams, although MUCH clearer. It is, to date, the cleanest recording of a purported Sasquatch vocalization.

Westmoreland County, PA 1973 - A recording of a creature moaning after being fired upon.

Source: Oregon Bigfoot

4 comments:

DaydreamSupercollider said...

Hi Aura...the last one is the most compelling, but the sound bytes offered around this creature are something extremely unusual in nature...nothing sounds quite like this.

Aura said...

Most compelling and unusual.

Anonymous said...

I listened to bigfoot or bigfoots outside my house for 20 minutes while they or it was chasing wild turkeys. What recordings you have I listened to, only the screams are similar. The screams are close. Mine didn't repeat so fast, and while when it left it was traveling fast, it had a longer scream. There was absolutly no growling. Instead it had an ape accent at the end of each bigfoot word.There is no doubt in my mind that it is an ape. It is high energy and smart. I never heard any small whistles.

Anonymous said...

Is it just me or could these sounds be some sort of sonar like bats have? Unless Sasquatch has thermal like vision, could they be employing a sort of sounding vocalizations?