Location: Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Circumstances: David Paulides and I are walking up a trail. On our left is a small ravine choked with heavy vegetation. With no warning two subjects start yelling at us or each other, or both. This recording had been authenticated and transcribed by Scott Nelson. The second recording happen just moments later and is being being analyzed.
Location: East Tennessee - Camping Area
Circumstances: Recorded using a DVR in a black shock hung seven feet up in a tree. Please note: During the last set of sounds on this video you will hear a "guttural" growl if you listen closely.
Location: East Tennessee
Circumstances: Recorded in my back yard at approximately 3:00 AM in the morning. They have been sent to Scott Nelson for analysis.
These sounds were recorded on the Public Land Research Area and at my residence. In the sound clips you will hear what I think are a "jaw pop", "rock clacking", "grunting", and "whooping". The last clip was recorded on my back deck at 3:34 AM in the morning. I hid a digital voice recorder (DVR) in the gas grill on my back deck. In the first part you will hear a "snap" or "click" as the dog food tub is being opened. Then you will hear the "Bigfoot" sniff the DVR. Next you will hear it messing with the grill and other items I had left out on the table.
Circumstances: These are two vocalizations extracted from videos posted by MK Davis on his YouTube Channel. They have been sent to Scott Nelson for analysis.
Circumstances: This audio was captured at night from the same general location where the other vocalizations were captured. MK Davis has the full length version posted on his YouTube Channel. This audio has been sent to Scott Nelson for analysis.
"Tractor Shed Bigfoot"
Circumstances: This audio was captured in the "Tractor Shed" at the Texas location. MK Davis has the full length version posted on his YouTube Channel. This audio has been sent to Scott Nelson for analysis.
"Texas Bigfoot Vocals"
MK Davis shares a collection of various vocals from the Texas location.
These are fabulous!ReplyDelete
I remember a vocal(s) from inside your home,that you played on one of the blogtalk radio shows (not too long ago). In the background you can hear strange vocals at the same time that your dog barks. Do you know the one I'm referring too? Ever get that one checked out? Just asking. Thanks for sharing your research.ReplyDelete
Yes, I have sent all my vocals to Scott Nelson for analysis. I have not heard back from him yet, but I know he is swamped and is a full time professor so it may be a while before I hear back from him.Delete
Scott, Amazing audio recording. I also recall you playing some of them on Blogtalk. I think it was Alex's "Midnigh Walker" program. Fantastic research. Best wishes, BusterDelete
The ones from you and David Paulides' recording areReplyDelete
just about the scariest thing I have ever heard. Are these taken from video or digital recorder with or with-
out external mike?
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Mr Old Man,if your referring to The Yelling BFs,,I couldn't agree more. First time I heard that,I just about fell off the couch! Had amplified head phones on,sounded like it was in the room with me. Usually I find the rare clips of speech,utterances or like Scott and David heard,,WAY more Erie than some full bore screams. Spooky!!Delete
Really creepy the chanting sounds like my grandfather. He is a singer (medicine man) of the Navajo tribe. Some of these others some like Navajo too.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your input! May I call on you for advice in communicating with the BF? We need a dictionary so I can begin talking to them. I use the dictionary that Mary Green published in her book 50 years with Bigfoot and it has yielded some positive results but I am still limited.
I too believe this primal person over the many years learn this. and they may know exactly what they are saying. and the others sounds just like language...Is there a law against killing a species that speak.oh wait! APE`S WHO HAVE BEEN TAUGHT SIGN LANGUAGES.Delete
There is one near the middle of the last set of recordings where whatever it is says "Wa!" and then "Wa-do" and then Wa-do again just after the last Wa-do it sounds just like a distinct rifle shot from maybe 100 yards away. Like maybe while it was talking some bigfoot hunter took a shot at it.ReplyDelete
These are very interesting. I am supportive, but why with all the infrared motion sensor cameras, mini cams, parabolic mics and everything else, can we not get an a/v of BF? Raccoon and possums could take the dog food cover and mess with the grill very adeptly. Infrared or FLIR would really be some strong evidence. Also I dont get the rocks in a C formation. A sylabbary is just that sounds.Sequoyah put the symbols to sylabbles in the 1830s. BF would not likely know symbols from any language chart common to the Cherokees or any other tribe. Sounds I get, that is most basic, but symbols for me is a stretch. This is all very interesting though and I applaud your research.ReplyDelete
These are amazing! The chanting and other vocals speak droves. Literally. If they are chanting then they have intelligent language. The chant sounds Native American and also has a Tibetan flare to me. This further confirms my conviction that they are a highly intelligent species of Human. I am very intrigued by the fact then that if this is true then they must have an established social infrastructure. And if that is true then how far reaching is it? WOW!! I am very excited about this!! :-)ReplyDelete
I am listening and I am identifying known Cherokee words. Wado (thank you) and Osiyo (Hello) Very intriguing. Have you had any Native linguists listen to these?ReplyDelete
I have sent them off but can't get any responses...Delete
thats good i'm not the only one finding word of their language in the videosDelete
Fascinating. The chanting vocal gave me chills. If they are chanting, does that mean they have a god? Rhetorical question - no need for a response.ReplyDelete
Fascinating. The chanting vocal gave me chills. If they chant, does that mean they worship a god? Rhetorical question - no need to answer. Wow. Thanks so much for posting these. Just downloaded your book. Am really enjoying it.ReplyDelete