First Ever Researcher To Solicit A Response From Bigfoot Using Sierra Sounds
Ever wondered if anyone has ever tried sound blasting the Sierra Sounds audio in the woods? Our friend Randy (SasquaiNation) tried this the other day and it's something you have to see to believe. As silly as it sounds, Randy may have started something brand new here and we expect other researchers to follow suit.
I recently listened to the Sierra Sounds again,probably for the 100th time and thought it might help me in my search for Sasquatch. I found a short recording on YouTube and recorded it to my audio device.
Yesterday, on August 25, 2012 I headed back to the woods like I do every Saturday. I have a favourite spot near a secluded watering hole so I thought I would try the sounds there. I walked to a bit of a clearing and started playing the sounds in short sessions, maybe 5 seconds long. I did this repeatedly for about 20 minutes and had no responses. My dog became alert to something only he could see or hear.
I tried again and this time I heard the sound of branches breaking. I played a bit more of the recording and more branch snaps followed. When I got to the wood knocking section of the recordings I heard a knock. I played the rest of the knocks and got another knock in return.
I did a walk through of the general area first and noticed no large animal tracks. There were no people any where near where I was as well. It was about 9:00 a.m., clear and about 8 degrees Celsius.
My impression was that the branch snapping was about 100-120 ft away and the knocks sounded farther away. I'm guessing about 100-150 yds.
I recorded approximately 18 videos and posted 3 to YouTube. On a couple of ocassions the dog barked directly in front of me and about ten minutes later he barked to my right. The snapping sounds came from approximately my 10 o'clock and the knock were between my 11-12 o'clock position.
I can't confirm the source of these sounds, all I can say for sure is that every time I played the Sierra Sounds a branch snap or knock followed.