Nov 3

SC EP:4 Infrasound and Bigfoot Researcher-Brenda Harris

Infrasound, sometimes referred to as low-frequency sound, is sound that is lower in frequency than 20 Hz (Hertz) or cycles per second, the “normal” limit of human hearing. Hearing becomes gradually less sensitive as frequency decreases, so for humans to perceive infrasound, the sound pressure must be sufficiently high. The ear is the primary organ for sensing infrasound, but at higher intensities it is possible to feel infrasound vibrations in various parts of the body.

New Mexico – Brenda Harris, has had encounters with Bigfoot from the mid 1990’s to the present. This has prompted her to do more investigations and continuous research on the subject. Brenda Harris has investigated Bigfoot sightings and activities for years. “Bigfoot is something that the people on the reservation are dealing with right now in different areas,” she said. “For people living along the rivers, they hear it yelling or screaming late at night. Brenda will give us an update on whats going on.



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51 Responses to “SC EP:4 Infrasound and Bigfoot Researcher-Brenda Harris”

  1. Ed B

    I was thinking. Maybe the low freq hum of the atv engine has something to do with the chasing behavior. They have a low freq purr when sitting at idle.

  2. Francelia J

    I’m fairly new to the website/show… Thank you for posting these stories, I especially find this one very interesting. I’m Navajo and am from Wheatfields, AZ that Brenda mentioned in her interview. I know that there is a family of Sasquatch that live near where my grandmother lives. I have heard many MANY stories of sightings all over the Navajo reservation. Thanks Brenda!!

  3. Frankie P

    She is a very caring person who is trying so hard to help her people. I have a lot of respect for her. ( I seem to have missed some of these – and I’m really enjoying catching up!).

  4. Cryptids Unlimited

    Infrasound could definitely explain all the supernatural incidents.
    Symptoms include:
    Hallucinations, illusions, delusions, tingling feelings, hearing loss, paralysis, headaches, fatigue, naseau, confusion, disorientation, sudden blood pressure changes, fear, fainting and/or seizures.

    Changes in the wind under certain circumstances can even cause infrasound.

    Animals that use infrasound include: elephants, tigers, whales, giraffes, rhinos, hippos, pigeons, squid, octopuses and recently discovered; the mountain gorilla.

    It’s very possible we could add bigfoot to that list.

    As far as cameras. I still think it’s the IR they are seeing.
    I have a question…
    Would it make a difference to use thermal heat sensing game cameras instead of motion sensing game cameras which use more IR? They are harder to find, but you can still buy them. Would they be more effective in getting pictures?

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