I will be interviewing Mike Hall this week who had a close encounter with a Sasquatch while it was walking along the roadside. Mike said “As we approached I realized it was not a person, as my headlights hit the subject I knew then what I was looking at and I was shocked…I had a dump of adrenaline. In one step it stepped up onto the embankment. I was so excited I jumped out of the truck and followed it but then soon realized that was not a great idea…..”
Mike is part of the Texla Research group and shares with us witness encounters he has investigated. Mike will also be sharing sounds that the group has captured.
These were recorded in East Texas near the Neches River in the early morning hours of October 27th, 2010. A three man team setup a listening post along a hunting lease road where they hung up a recorder which would be retrieved the next morning. Over the next 90 minutes they performed several manual whoops while listening for return vocals before moving to another research location. The vocals in this recording were captured at 1:50AM, about 15 minutes after the research team cleared the area. This includes many vocals covering a span of about 3 minutes
These were recorded in Central Texas on the Trinity River in the early morning hours of July 11th. There are 10 vocals in all covering just over a minute in duration, these did not occur at any other point either before or after during the night. No call blasting or active investigation was conducted on this night, one of our researchers entered the area placed the audio recorder at 20:30hrs and returned to recover the next day.
These were recorded in South Central Louisiana on March 13th, 2010 beginning at 22:51 hours. We deployed recorders off of an ATV trail in the WMA that we have been working for the last several years. The vocals listed below were captured about 30 minutes before we returned to this area
These were recorded on the morning of February 1st 2009, in one of our research areas in Louisiana that is known for suspected Sasquatch activity. On this occasion one of our research team members was the only person in the campground. The time was 9:30AM in the morning, he was awoken by what he thought sounded like whoops. He quickly activated his recorder and captured this sound file. There are three whoops with the third one being the best, these are very similar to the two recordings captured in East Texas listed above, we have provided a spectrograph comparision of the two recordings below.
This was recorded on private property in an area where other activity of interest is ongoing, we haven’t released it before due to our thinking it might be a horn or some other human made sound. Most people’s reaction is “what the heck”. There is an equal chance it is a vocalization from the local wildlife and if so is currently unidentified, if someone out there thinks they know what it is feel free to contact us.
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