The following bigfoot sounds were recorded by my family while out in the bush. Many people don't realize the various sounds that bigfoot can and will make. Often, the sounds of the sasquatch will be mistaken for wolves, bears and other wildlife. But when one begins to become familiar with the sounds of bigfoot, the woolly bugger will become easily distinguishable.
The History of Bigfoot Sounds Bigfoot sounds have been known to exist for well over a hundred years. Unfortunately, many people who actually hear Bigfoot sounds often mistake the whoops and hollers heard for another animal, such as owls, wolves, coyotes, bears and the like.
Bigfoot sounds vary depending on the type of communication the creature is expressing. Many believe that there are "look outs," or "sentinels" that sound warning calls to a nearby group of Bigfoot if a human is spotted. Others believe Bigfoot calls to vary between mating, warning, hunting, and general communication.
Bigfoot sounds are used to remain hidden and safe. Often times, Bigfoot creatures will create sounds in front of a person to distract them away from the opposite direction. This is particularly effective when Bigfoot experience a threat and need to go on the attack. Hunters have seen and heard Bigfoot in front and be ambushed from behind. Though it doesn't happen often, it is worth mentioning for those who wish to harm a Bigfoot animal.
Women and children pose no threat to Bigfoot, and often will come close to them if living alone in the wilderness. Bigfoot will typically be heard communicating first, before one is seen through a window or from a distance. Reports of gift swapping have often been reported during this type of contact.
The first recorded Bigfoot sound was in 1972 and 1973 saw some more Bigfoot sounds come forth. As our technology has advance, the more common folk who live in the wilderness began purchasing simple recording devices to capture Bigfoot sounds. Dave Cleveland from Estacada, Oregon is one of the first to record a Bigfoot sound (1972). A Puyallup, Washington gravel pit experienced strange Bigfoot sounds in 1973. They were recorded by Marlin Ayers and are known as the Puyallup Screamer. Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania also had its first Bigfoot sounds recorded in 1973. It was believed to be a wounded Bigfoot shot by a hunter, though the body was not found.
Over the years since, there have been various recordings of Bigfoot sounds, primarily from Washington, Oregon, California and Ohio, submitted as evidence of Bigfoot's existence.
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