Jun 24

Sasquatch Sounds from Texas

I spoke to one of our favorite researchers in Texas Tim Sermons this morning. He will be giving us an update on the show. He told me their website is back up and running. The website is sasquatchsounds.com. If you get a chance check it out. On the show Tim will be giving us context behind these sounds.

 

Sam Houston Whoop and Screams

 

 

S.E. Oklahoma Moan

 

Check out these and more at sasquatchsounds.com

5 Responses to “Sasquatch Sounds from Texas”

  1. Tyler D

    The lung capacity on these animals is unbelievably impressive. You can tell just from these vocalizations that these animals are all power. And the vocals give you some insight on how massive they truly are. And if you do research it’s not surprising, at least to me, that we have not successfully been able to bring one of these things in. They are on a whole other level of predator. We’ve always believed ourselves to be the biggest baddest thing out there. Because of our intelligence we thought we could handle anything nature throws at us. These animals far surpass us in every physical aspect and if that wasn’t enough, these things are very intelligent. We haven’t dealt with a predator like this since our ancestors lived side by side with Neanderthals. People talk about bringing one in and why hasn’t been done already if there out there. Like it’s so cut n dry and black n white. I don’t think these people understand what we’re truely up against. There are so many variables that come into play here, these things are the furthest thing from an average animal. If you’re trying to “bag one” you have to go out into their neighborhood where they’re comfortable, you have to take into consideration that they’re most likely not alone, you’ll have to have amazing patience like most hunters do, there’s a very good chance if you shoot one or even kill one the repercussions could be gruesome. And that’s only scratching the surface on only a few variables of what you’re would have to prepare for if your goal is to take one in. So you’re goin to be at a severe disadvantage if you’re trying to take one out and bring it in. Extremely more difficult to accomplish this than some of these skeptics perceive it to bed. A little random but I thought I’d touch on it anyway

    • JOHN E

      AMEN TO THAT ..I HAVE DONE THE BIG GAME HUNTING THING , AND NOW I KNOW THIS WILD MEANS WILD ..WATCH OUT ONE BULLET EVEN IF ITS A 340 , ODD 6 , 440 H AND H …YOU GET ONE MAYBE BUT HE WILL GET YOU AND HIS BUDS WILL REALLY HAVE A DAY OF IT… IT WOULD TAKE A CHOPPER AND A SEAL TEAM ..PLUS ..THEN MAYBE YOU COULD BRING ONE IN ..THIS WAS A GOOD SHOW SO GLAD I AM A MEMBER…

  2. Gabriel H

    To build on what Tyler said, I love the outdoors. I absolutely feel the best out in nature. I’m comfortable there. And… Im sure the wake of evidence I would leave if I were to traverse the gauntlet of “traps” put out researchers would be nothing short of comical.

    How bass ackwards is it that we put out camera traps, TO MAKE SASQUATCHES GO AWAY.

    They’re awe-inspiring

  3. Robert P

    I really think their sight and hearing is many times greater than humans very best. Trackers see things most people don’t and the blind can hear much better

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