Thursday, January 7, 2016

Possible Sasquatch Howls Recorded Behind The Scenes Of Finding Bigfoot


While Finding Bigfoot was on location in Michigan, researchers recorded some strange sounds that they can't identify:

While in town for filming Finding Bigfoot members of the BFRO visited a site in central MI that had produced some interesting audio recordings. What happened next was captured on multiple audio recorders and witnessed by numerous people. The howls we heard were invigorating and spooky but what a cool night. I use a spectrogram and Audacity to show the audio. Who knows what it was because they moved away into property we could not enter. However, three of us spent the next couple of nights at the location and heard at least two more possible howls. Some of that trip was eventually seen on the Bigfoot and Wolverines episode of Finding Bigfoot along with vocals that had been previously recorded at the location. Thanks for listening and enjoy.

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    1. good show mate

      sing to the tune of Auld Lang Syne:

      We're here because
      We're here because
      We're here because we're here!

      We're here because
      We're here because
      We're here because we're here...

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    2. laying shingles on a tar shack

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  2. I love eating d icks covered in s hit. The creamy surprise at the end is the best!!!!! I also love having my a nus stretched wide with a nice big thick d ick.

    Joe

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    1. I'm sure you do Dmaker. Sadly ^ this troll has no life and loves to pretend being me. Toddler lost his pacifier and found mommy's laptop instead eh Dmaker ?

      Joe

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    2. ^ bifool who gets schooled

      Joe

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  3. http://www.stancourtney.com/sounds/Jemez%20Mtns.%20New%20Mexico,%20August%2012,%202005.mp3

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  4. Agreed, yotes, Rumor has it the MDNR released Yotes a couple years ago to help "control" the white tail population, problem is those yotes gobbled up all the small game, rabbits, turkeys and such driving out the indigenous small game. It's also interesting that the number of "I heard bigfoot" reports out of michigan have increased corresponding to the rise of the yote population.

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