Bigfoot screams and noises have been described by many who have researched the beast and that have had close encounters as screams, whistles, wails, grunts, whoops, moans as well as screeches. In fact, many have said that the sounds the Bigfoot/Sasquatch creature makes are in many cases, indescribable, and have never heard anything like it in their lives before!
Now, of course, these Bigfoot screams and sounds are all “hearsay” as no real credible recordings have been produced to date, according to the majority of scientists. But for Bigfoot researchers, there are a couple of standard accepted recorded screams of the beast. These audio recordings are then used when hunting the creature in the form of Bigfoot call blasting. This is a method of basically playing audio recordings of the Bigfoot screams to lure the creature out in the open. It’s not really known whether or not Bigfoots can actually hear these types of sounds, but there are a number of researchers and enthusiasts that have used this technique in an attempt to encounter the creature.
Yet another interesting thing about possible Bigfoot vocalizations is the fact that they seem to possess what could be thought of as “personalities”. This is not so strange considering that almost everything else living seems to possess its own individual voice or scream, or at least some type of sound associated with it. Bigfoot vocalizations appear to be no different in this regard. There are purported to be a number of different types of Bigfoot vocalizations, such as male, female, and infant type. So, if Bigfoot is indeed out there, then it seems like it might at least have some type of “voice” that can be identified more easily.
Bigfoot call blasting is when these purported Sasquatch sounds are played with loudspeakers into the woods, in the hopes of attracting the creature. The researchers hope it will attract Bigfoot to them or at least get a response back to them, very much like hunting other animals.
Common and well accepted Bigfoot screams & noises by Bigfoot researchers are:
- 1973 Whoop-Howl from Puyallup, Washington
- 1978 Whoop-Howl from Snohomish County, Washington
- 1994 Moaning Howl from Columbiana County, Ohio
- 2004 Moaning Howl from Mississippi
Bigfoot researchers have carried audio recorders and have claimed that the sounds recorded are none other than the elusive Bigfoot, but alas many of the sounds have turned out to be those from common birds and other nocturnal animals. However it has also been found that witnesses that vocalize the sounds are also not accurate, according to Bigfoot skeptics.
Scientists say that if one does not immediately record the sound it will become diluted with time and for those that are able to give an accurate description of these sounds the sound cannot be cataloged to any animal in particular. The sound needs to be heard repeatedly for identification purposes and even when one is recording sound it has to be loud enough as well as closely situated.
The Bigfoot screams and noses are left to the imagination and if the sound is not close enough for bioacoustics specialists, then it is almost impossible to identify the source. Researchers have even tried to call in a Bigfoot in by making whistling, whoops, and screeching noises to no avail. Bigfoot researchers are now stating that the Bigfoot has learned not to respond to sounds as it would make them become vulnerable to attack by humans.
However, sounds have been heard and continue to be recorded in various locations described as foreign-sounding and was described as a bubbly garbled sound as well as a whooooo sound which was followed by three whoop-whoop-whoop sounds. Sounds and Screams which are typical to the creature, according to researchers and Bigfoot experts.
In many Sasquatch cases, is now stated that these sounds could not have been produced from any human or animal as it was far too high pitched to reproduce. For now, the Bigfoot debate will continue until an actual creature is recovered, recorded Bigfoot screams are just not enough and are just another piece of the puzzle.