Posted by The What If? Podcast
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
On October 21, 1972, deep in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, journalist Al Berry and outdoorsman Ron Morehead recorded what they claim are the sounds of multiple bigfoot communicating verbally with each other and the two men.
Dallas Taylor from Twenty Thousand Hertz joins us to analyze what have come to be known as the Sierra Sasquatch Sounds.
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