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Bigfoot Vocalizations: To Speak or Not to Speak?
Posted Friday, March 03, 2023
By Squatchable.com staff
Are you familiar with the debate among Bigfoot researchers about Sasquatch vocalizations? According to YouTube user Grassman58, there are different opinions about whether a vocalization by a Bigfoot means the end of the night's activity or the beginning of more action to come. Some researchers believe that Bigfoots are so stealthy and cautious that they won't make any noise that could betray their presence and location. Others speculate that Bigfoots use vocalizations for communication and that multiple vocalizations may happen during a night of activity. Who's right and who's wrong? Perhaps both and neither.
In his video, Grassman58 shares his own personal experiences and audio recordings from a night at a lake in Washington State in 2016. He and his group started getting activity with wood knocks and tapping sounds around 7 pm, but the first vocalization didn't occur until about 10:10 pm. Then the night became more vocal, with three more vocalizations happening at 11:15 pm, 11:26 pm, and 11:45 pm, and the last vocalization at midnight. The activity went quiet after that, but picked up again around 2 or 3 am while the humans were sleeping in their tents. Before and after the vocalizations, they also heard something moving through the brush.
Grassman58 admits that vocalizations are hard and rare to capture when in the field, and that luck and location play a big part in it. He also acknowledges that different regions and seasons may affect the behavior of Bigfoots, and that the number of individuals in an area may also influence the vocalization patterns. Therefore, he thinks that both sides of the debate have some validity but also some limitations.
To illustrate his points, Grassman58 shares five audio clips of vocalizations that he recorded during that night at the lake. The clips range from 8 seconds to 31 seconds and feature different types and tones of vocalizations. Some sound like howls, moans, or screams, while others are more guttural or chirping. Grassman58 concludes by thanking his audience and inviting them to listen and speculate about the possible meaning, origin, and emotion behind the vocalizations.
If you are a Bigfoot enthusiast, witness, or researcher, you may find Grassman58's video intriguing and informative. While it may not settle the debate about Bigfoot vocalizations, it adds another piece of evidence to the puzzle of Bigfoot behavior and communication. Who knows, maybe you will be lucky enough to capture your own Bigfoot vocalizations one night and share them with the world. Keep listening and exploring.