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Re: Are these the vocal sounds of Sasquatch (Bigfoot)

Subject: Re: Are these the vocal sounds of Sasquatch (Bigfoot)
From: "Robert Gaudet" robgaudet
Date: Mon Jul 14, 2014 5:54 pm ((PDT))
I'm a sasquatch researcher who has been a member of this group for several
years, I'm co-founder of a conservation and awareness group called Squatch
I joined this group because one of the things lots of groups do is leave
mics out in wilderness and bait next to them to try and get close to mic
recordings. I've heard several pretty amazing recordings that captured
something licking things like peanut butter near the mic.

This is one site for a group near me in Texas with some of their audio..

On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 7:48 PM, 303  [naturerecordists]
<> wrote:

> Definitely sounds slowed down to my ears=E2=80=A6
> (And like someone=E2=80=99s first attempt at sound designing a low budget=
> film.)
> On 15 Jul 2014, at 10:11,  [naturerecordists] <
> > wrote:
> > Mike Patterson, a sasquatch researcher, has posted a few recordings on
> Soundcloud. He claims ( and I believe him ) that these sounds are of
> sasquatch.
> Norman,
> Interesting, but they just don't sound real. Too close to the mic for a
> start. I'd like to know how they were made. Perhaps a speed shift would
> reveal this.
> PS. I gave up believing in things which don't exist many years ago. I was
> once shown a yeti skin by Tibetan monks and it was most likely a primate =
> some sort. There is a science of cryptozoology, but it hasn't extended to
> large primates. What we need is some DNA analysis of poo, or don't they d=
> that?
> David Brinicombe

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