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Thursday, November 15, 2012

Scott Nelson On KCTV5 Talking About Sasquatch Language


R. Scott Nelson was a Cryptolinguist for the military with a long career and lots of experience in working with foreign language including foreign language code breaking.

During the 1970s, Ron Moorehead and Al Berry recorded hours of vocalizations purported to be those of a family of Bigfoots from a remote location in the Stanislaus National Forest, above Sonora California. The tape contained a series of disputed audio recordings of the alleged chatter of Bigfoot. This recording is famously known as the "Sierra Sounds".

One day, Nelson's 12 year old son (like most 12 year old boys) wanted to write a school report on Bigfoot.

As he was at home, clicking around the various internet links trying to do "research", this 12 year old came across some alleged Sasquatch talking known as "Samurai Chatter" from the "Sierra Sounds" recording.

Scott immediately recognized these recordings as language (since he was a Cryptolinguist) and was totally blown away.

This started his intensive 2 year research project, studying the "Sierra Sounds" audio and transcribing "Samurai Chatter".

Nelson was recently featured on KCTV5's "Faces of Kansas City" discussing his discovery. Watch below:

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    1. Damn,my world has turned upside down. :(

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    2. I know exactly how you feel.. i did the same below.. Im gonna go now and drink lots of vodka and dream of what could have been.. goodbye cruel world :(

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    3. You guys may need to get out more.

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  2. First... I knew this day would come, now Iv tasted this wealth how can I live with being poor!!!!

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    1. nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo dreams shattered

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  3. lol in the news clip they show the video of the kids that hoaxed FB/FB along with all the other ones like it might be real.

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    1. Some fakes in there for sure but Patterson's not one of them that one's no hoax,why, because they need to have a body no matter hom much skeptics and cynics always deny it. Patty's one and as Nelson's shown they speak because they aren't animals/apes but they're not us either, so either unknown hominin or alien it is.

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  4. when it comes to looney toons this is right up there with the best of them

    I spat out my drink when i read "cryptolingist" - too funny

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    1. Of course you did we don't expect silly trolls to really grasp any of this it flies way over their heads.

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    2. lol^ dreamer thinking he knows more than the average person by reading about fringe topics and pretending to be in a select intellectual group when the reality is its looney toons.

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    3. ^ You're weird, we're way ahead of all you skeptical simpletons out there.

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  5. I am so glad Scott Nelson stepped up to the plate, there is diffinitely something communicating on those tapes.

    Thanks mr nelson for having the balls to share what you have found and call it as it is!

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    1. Actually, lying through ones teeth doesn't take a lot of “balls”.

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    2. Bunch of dumb asses in this field. A whole lot of dumb fucks grouping together with their lack of brains never trumps one smart guy with the solutions. You can group together and talk shit all day long but you'll still be drinking your budweiser beer and you'll be dumb fucks.

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    3. As far as I am concerned it takes "balls" to just go up to that part of the Sierra's and Scott did it 3 times with Ron Moorhead seriously injured on one trip.
      Regardless of what you think these sounds are the guy has had the courage of his convictions to get out there and attempt reproducing them.

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    4. Bellerophon, there'll always be deniers like the two simpletons above you clinging desperately to their fading faith.

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  6. I tells yall watt. I dunno if hes full of shit er just plane old kraZy!! lol. This her guy tryna tell us that ruckus was bigfeets?

    I tell yall what, them dam dogs under my double wide porch, theys make a hella lot of craZy noizes then that there!

    Hows they got such good recordins and not vidio or pickturs??@111

    Hows they no what made those there reekordins??@111

    Sounds FAKE to me!@!!@

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    1. Scott never said it was bigfoot, he said it was an unknown language. And he is a trained expert at identifying languages. Disregard that if you will, but you look like a fool.

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    2. But I'd say he concludes it must in all probability be this unknown species we call Sasquatch. He's one more brave man in this field putting the puzzle together that'll eventually reveal to a disbelieving world there's at least one other bipedal primate species, right here on Earth with us.

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  7. Looking forward to the next installment.

    Take this reporter out to that spot and scare the bejesus out of em.

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  8. Hhfhjkgggijvyhnhhhvccbklmbcfxssthkbtxcbnkiv




    ^^^^^^^^^Thats Russian for Enoch ya.

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  9. Thats cool. I wander if they could get people of different languages to listen to it to see if its familiar!

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    1. I believe they already have, various peoples have picked up pieces of their own native language in there?

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  10. Absolutely ridiculous stuff but it is a good way to make some money I suppose

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  11. This guy is a self-reported expert. His experience in detecting and translating Russian does not equate to making him an expert on human linguistics. It not only doesn't make him an expert in general, it also is in one language. Since the "language" is not known, it could be pure gibberish. There is no confirmed sample of a bigfoot audio because noone has attached sounds to a phyisical body. Also a handful of one time audio samples doesn't provide any context for scientific study or analysis. It is an extremely small sampling. Even if he is using digital equipment to analyize the sounds, there is no certification that they were recorded without noise. All in all..nice pay check, good luck but suckers must be born every second these days...

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  12. There's a movie I saw when I was a kid. It was called Monsters, Mysteries, or Myths.

    You can find it on YouTube. It has that very same recording of the creature.

    It sounds like a wild man.

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