Now before you jump all over Rhettman Mullis for believing this, what he mentioned on Coast to Coast AM last Friday is what a lot of Bigfoot researchers believe. Bigfoots have a language and it's called "Samurai Chatter". Let us explain:
The Sierra Sounds recordings are one of the most important evidence supporting the existence of Sasquatch. During the early 1970s, Al Berry and his long time friend Ron Morehead went into the woods of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in eastern California and collected a series of alleged Bigfoot vocalizations called the "Sierra Sounds."
Contained within the Sierra Sounds collection are interaction vocalizations also known as "Samurai Chatter." Experts like R. Scott Nelson, a crypto-linguist, have declared the "Samurai Chatter" to be sasquatch language.
According to C2CWriter Donna Anderson, Mullis mentioned on Coast to Coast AM last Friday that his analysis has shown that Bigfoot language has distinctive Asiatic tones. While researchers are still trying to translate what the creatures are saying, some have been able to pick out an Asian dialect.
Mullis believes that Sasquatch, Yeti and Bigfoot are all the same species, and he attributes the Asian dialect of the North American Bigfoot to its Asian origins. Perhaps, he says, the North American Bigfoot traveled across the Bering Strait just as humans did centuries ago.Watch Ron Morehead play back an audio over a campfire discussion:
He also noted that some Bigfoot recordings have a bit of American Indian dialect mixed in, which makes sense, he says, since they've been living among us for hundreds of years.
Bigfoot also have a variety of non-verbal methods of communicating which include clapping rocks together, knocking on tree trunks, screaming and whistling. These non-verbal communication techniques allow them to locate each other deep in the forest without revealing themselves to humans.