Monday, November 9, 2015

Bigfooter Captures Odd Vocals On Recording



Bigfoot researcher Randy Savig, 50, told Cryptozoology News on Thursday that the audio was captured in the southwestern part of the Missouri Ozarks.

“There is a big mix of vocalizations of known and unknown sounds,” Savig says about the sounds.

The 12-minute-long file, recorded with a double parabolic microphone and uploaded to YouTube Monday, contains dog barking sounds and identifiable endemic wildlife, as well as a few repetitive vocalizations Savig refers to as “human-like screams”.

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  2. There's a lot of noise in the recording and a few odd sounds, but most of what I hear is definitely coyotes. They often have that kind of chatter at the end of a hunt, and don't have to be responding to anything but each other.

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