Mysterious Whimper-Whistle Sound: A New Clue in Bigfoot Research?

Posted Monday, April 15, 2024

By staff

A curious sound has been making the rounds on various Bigfoot-related YouTube channels, and it's got the attention of JJ Squatchin from the Winston Wildman Research Organization. In a recent video, JJ shares her fascination with a whistle-like sound that has been captured in three different states, leading her to wonder if this could be a previously undocumented vocalization of the elusive Sasquatch. The first example of this sound comes from the YouTube channel Bigfoot World Crypted Researchers, based in Florida. The video titled "Movement, Vocal, and Whistle" showcases a daytime encounter where a shrill whistle can be heard, unlike any bird call that JJ is familiar with. Another instance of this sound can be found on the 100 Bigfoot Nights YouTube channel, in a video titled "Sound Twisted in Book 3, Chapter 2." The clip, titled "Bigfoot Hitting a Raccoon," contains a frantic, chattery sound followed by a high-pitched, shrill whistle. JJ notes that this sound is oddly similar to the one captured in Florida and in the Connecticut Woods, where she herself has recorded it. Despite the different locations and environments, the same type of shriek-whistle call can be heard in all three videos. While JJ acknowledges that this could be a common animal call, she can't help but wonder if this could be a new vocalization from Sasquatch, given the Bigfoot activity reported at all three sites. JJ is eager to hear from fellow Bigfoot enthusiasts and researchers who might have an explanation for this mysterious sound. If you have any information or insights, please share your thoughts in the comments section. This is an intriguing development in the ongoing quest to understand the elusive Sasquatch, and it's definitely worth taking a closer look at these videos. Could this be a new vocalization from Bigfoot, or is it just a coincidence that these sounds are so similar? Share your thoughts and let us know what you think. And don't forget to check out the videos for yourself and see if you can hear the mysterious whistle-like sound.