When you're calling and howling, eliciting a response from Bigfoot, do you actually know what you could be communicating? Although it's an easy method of generating interaction and confirming if Bigfoot is in the area, no one truly knows whether our calls are friendly or aggressive. Are we challenging them to a fight? Or are we telling them that we're invading their territory?
Listen to what happened to researchers John Andrews and Darrold Smith after one of them elicited a response from Bigfoot. The following audio was recording in Washington state: Click here to download the audio.
You can click here to listen to more Bigfoot vocalizations from John and Darrold via The National Institute For Discovery Science. (Warning: The website autoplays all 6 clips at once).
Here's some info about this area (the Cascades) where they recorded most of their audio:
Quite a number of unrecorded calls have been heard over n period of two to three years, as well as one recorded rock-knocking event, followed by a series of 6 to 7 unidentified calls. I spend a lot of time hiking and camping in these mountains and know the sound or falling rocks and their relative size. An experiment we performed replicating the sound levels of these rocks indicates boulders weighing uronnd 35 pounds each. The volume or the rock sounds and the rapidity in which they are struck would indicate the use of igneous rocks such as granite to prevent them from shattering after several blows. The sheer power it would take to separate and bring these rocks togelher at a rate of sometimes two per second would be humanly impossible to repeat. All of these calls and rock sounds occurmed between 10:00 PM to 2:00 AM in the morning, in forested areas where no one else was known to have been. There are also recorded sounds of what clearly sound like sticks being stuck together in an extremely regulmr fashion in half-second intervals, also at night. The sounds of larger trees being forcefully pulled down right after some of these calls, is also unusual. Two individuals we talked to in the area told of their fear of the lake area and refuse to spend the night there. one young man even said to us ““The Sasquatch is back”. We did not elicit this from him. Unusual whistling and chattering sounds have also been heard here.