Monday, November 7, 2011

FB/FB: The most complete collection of Bigfoot howls on the internet [VIDEO]



We've heard a lot of creepy Bigfoot sounds and this new collection of Bigfoot howls / vocalizations by Facebook Find Bigfoot still sent chills down our spine. The compilation is over 6 minutes long and includes 12 howls:

  • Moaning-Howl
  • Scream-Howl
  • Howl with knocks
  • Whoop-Howl
  • Scream



If you think these howls are creepy, you may want to check out Samurai-Chatter. Yes, Bigfoots have a spoken language and experts like R. Scott Nelson have decoded bits and pieces of chatter from the Sierra Sounds collection.

[via: www.facebook.com]

18 comments:

  1. Very creepy! The Sequoia one is the best because you have human reaction. They legitimately seemed concerned.

    But to me, as creepy as the screams are, I wonder if ts another bigfooting group playing screams out of a stereo system. The screams kind of sound similar. Anybody else listen to it?


    Paul

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  2. I thought of drawing a cartoon. On one side of the mountain are some bigfooters with a sound system, blasting calls.

    Then you see a group of similarly equipped bigfooters on the other side of the mountain going, "Did you hear that????"

    No bigfoot, just a bunch of silly people call-blasting to each other. :D

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  3. I posted a story about a similar incident like the one you're talking about. Check it out. It's pretty funny and it's what could happen to anyone who's call blasting:

    http://bigfootevidence.blogspot.com/2011/06/rabbits-bigfoot-hunting-experience.html

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  4. That was a good post shawn. I remember being " taken" by the suspece and build up. Lol

    Also recommend for old times sake viewing Harry and the Hendersons, as I did with my kids this weekend. George Henderson sure does some good "whoops" in the garbage truck scene. Maybe FB/FB should have put that in montage. Lol.

    Paul

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  5. Eerie yet beautiful in a way. In my mind's eye I can imagine waking up late at night in some isolated log cabin in the cascades to these bestial sounds...

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  6. I am a geek because I would love to listen to this as background music during the day. The Samurai one always cracks me up. It reminds me of the Gilligan's Island episode when they came across the WWII Japanese dude who didn't know the war was over.

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  7. a few can be attributed to coyotes, ask Thomas Steenburg about that. I believe #8 is Patterson yelling in a bucket.

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  8. I believe that the sasquatch exists. That being said, look at how a skeptic might possibly interpret these screams. The number one trick of magicians/hoaxers is misdirection. There is absolutely nothing to prove that these recordings were recorded in the locations claimed. There are are some primates and other animals in other parts of the world that will let out howls and screams that will make your blood curdle. These animals howls/screams (or vocalizations done by a human for that matter) can be recorded, taken into a home recording studio, and be manipulated until they are entirely unrecognizable as a known animal. Some of these that sound similar to each other might well sound that way because they have the same sound source. It is also possible that the folks who recorded these sounds may have been on the receiving end of someone who is having some fun ("let's go scare those campers with some of my bigfoot sounds"). I'm not saying that these sounds are not authentic sasquatch howls. Personally, I'd like to believe that they are; however, skeptics will ALWAYS have an excuse/rationale for rejecting any evidence other than a capture or kill.

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  9. I work in an animal shelter and I've heard dogs make some whacky, non-standard noises, especially the Northern breeds (Malamutes, Huskies, etc.) and various Coonhounds. Our local foxes can also uncork some amazing and amazingly weird sounds. Principle of Parsimony insists--if it howls in the woods, it might be Sasquatches but let's rule out canines first. Most of these seem within the range of dog/coyote/fox to my ear, particularly if the poor quality recordings, distance and artifacts of processing are taken into account. If someone has a recording that doesn't sound like it could be a Malamute or wolf-hybrid on a bad hair day, I'd love to hear it, but so far...

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  10. west moreland.pa howl sounded just like a bear a guy shot that was wounded.

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  11. My dog gets curious when she hears some of these screams.

    My 88 year old father just heard these and said: "Bigfoot must be screaming because he;s sick and tired of his mate bitching at him all the time." LOL Shit my dad says for real!

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  12. The whoop-howl or vice versa is similar to what I remember in Killarney Provincial Park, Northern Ontario Canada, summer of 2011. Very loud howl tapering off into a whoop like call, lasted aprox. 20 min. every 30 seconds or so. Time was approx. 3:00am and was very loud. Nothing in the woods made a noise while this was going on and nothing did so for 15-20 min afterwards. Whatever it was had big lungs as you could hear it run out of air towards the end, take a break then start again. Different cadance and rythym at times. There is no known animal up there that sounds like that and left me feeling very uneasy. I left camp the next day.

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  13. I believe the one in the middle (unknown date, location etc, and much clearer, louder, and lower in pitch) comes from a documentary produced in the early early 70's featuring the patterson footage, the ostman interview etc. It was labeled a "recreation" of the vocalization heard by a couple out watching moose. If this isn't that vocalization, it is virtually identical to it.

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  14. I heard a yell identicle to the number 8 yell, coming down off a ridge one night in 1970 near Harrison Lake BC.......

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  15. These howls are nothing compared to what my 12 yr. old son recorded one night outside his bedroom window. When he first heard it he dropped down on the floor and just so happened his voice recorder was on the night stand. He turned the recorder on while he hid on the floor. What he recorded was the most scariest thing I've ever heard and it lasted for about 3 to 4 minutes. He then crawled out of his bedroom on his stomach. It was probably 2 months before he would sleep in his bedroom again and then he had to have a blanket covering the window.

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    1. Is there a way I can listen to this recording from your son of the screams? My email is ddford@jeffersonisd.org That would be great if you still have it. Thanks
      David Ford

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