Author Nick Redfern approaches the controversial side of things in the world of bigfoot. Spoken languages, mind speak, and other semi-taboo subjects.
In their efforts to seek out the truth of Bigfoot, investigators have secured a wealth of material that, while it does not absolutely prove the existence of the creatures, most assuredly goes a long way towards doing exactly that. Footprints, film-footage, photographs, and witness testimony have all added greatly to what we know about these elusive beasts. And then there is the matter of the voice of Bigfoot.
A number of recordings have been made of what are purported to be the vocalizations of Bigfoot. While some have been explained away as known animals, there is one set of recordings that, more than any other, really catches the attention of people. They have become known as the Sierra Sounds. The story of the Sierra Sounds dates back to the 1970s, and is focused around two Bigfoot investigators, Ron Morehead and Al Berry. On a number of occasions, the two men captured astonishing audio recordings of what many believe to have been Bigfoot creatures – in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California.
There is, however, another angle to the controversy surrounding the voice of Bigfoot. It’s an angle that pushes things down a very weird and controversial path. We’re talking about Bigfoot being telepathic. There’s absolutely no doubt that many researchers of Bigfoot ignore the “high-strangeness” aspect of the mystery. By that, I mean things like (a) reports of Bigfoot-type creatures seen in the same time-frame and locations as UFOs; (b) accounts of Bigfoot vanishing in a flash of light; and (c) the “inter-dimensional” theory to explain the origins of the Bigfoot creatures.
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