Courts Griner writes “In 2014 while on expedition to Broken Bow Oklahoma, myself and fellow researcher, recorded a very loud rapid beat sound from one or two coves away on the hill side from our position. At first I mistook it from automatic gun fire though I didn’t hear echos following it. A few years later another researcher had asked if I had heard a Bigfoot beat its chest? He explained that it sounded exactly how Gorillas do. It has same sound similar to a wood pecker but as if it was from a 6 foot woodpecker based on the loudness of it. I found that intriguing cause that is what I thought when I heard it. I then listened to several recordings of Gorilla chest beats and put it with the documented footage from that day to compare sounds. I found the comparison very, very similar. We believe we may have recorded a male chest beat from across the cove 3 or 4 times that morning as we filmed.”
What do you think?