The Yowie Whisperer

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 22nd, 2014

Tony Duffy claims he had a two hour conversation with a yowie that spoke in a language he thinks was latin.

Tony Duffy’s claim to have met yowies puts him in surprisingly good company.

Former Queensland senator Bill O’Chee was one of more than a dozen people, including fellow high school students and teachers, who claimed to have seen such a creature at a Springbrook camp site in 1977.

It was, Mr O’Chee said “an immensely powerful creature” and he later told a documentary interviewer: “Basically we saw a yowie, but we didn’t know what they were at the time.

“We saw a sort of hairy, ape-like thing that probably would have stood about eight feet tall,” he said.

Mr Duffy says he was camped in the bush, north-east of Gympie late one night, when “a very large male approached me”.

“I got a fright and so did he,” he said.

The creature seemed human but larger and spoke in a language he thinks might be Latin.

“He was quickly able to learn a few words in English and we spoke for about two hours,” the Kybong resident said.

“They’re very intelligent.”

But he says they are in danger.

“They build meagre shelters in the forest which are often destroyed by humans,” he said.

“The EPA won’t respond to my calls.”

The next night, Mr Duffy’s campsite visitor returned, this time “with his wife and daughter”.

“My whole mission is to protect them and to convince people to leave them alone and not hurt them.

“In the last 12 months I have had close contact with yowies on at least seven occasions.

“These creatures must be protected and respected.

“Yowies are clearly ‘the missing link’ that scientists have looked for decades. I believe they are the greatest discovery in the history of natural science.

“They are very peaceful creatures and love their partners and their children dearly.”

Read the rest of the article here: Yowies: ‘they’re out there I’ve spoken with them’

See also: Aussie Senator’s Yowie Sighting!

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.


7 Responses to “The Yowie Whisperer”

  1. cryptokellie responds:

    I believe that Cane Toads are well established in Australia and that Mr. Duffy might be licking a few now and then…

  2. Peter Von Berg responds:

    Latin, huh ? So what did the Yowie discuss ? Caesar’s Gallic campaign ? Cicero ? The Eclogues of Vergil ?

  3. David-Australia responds:

    Down here, Yowies are Roman’ all over the place . . .

  4. KernalPanic responds:

    How do you hold an hours long conversation with a Yowie that only learned “a few English” words? I mean really….step away from the bong.

  5. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    Someone should fly him to the U.S. so he can try his technique on Bigfoot. He’s getting good results, he obviously knows what he’s doing.

  6. KernalPanic responds:

    Latin has not been a living spoken language since the 4th century. Since then, it’s mainly used by churches and Universities. So unless this Yowie is going to mass or is enrolled in college, I’m going to have to call BS on this story. One thing I’ve learned from dealing with the BHM crowd is that common sense…isn’t very common.

    No offense to Duffy but I have to ask the obvious questions:

    1. Are Tony and others educated enough to recognize Latin when they hear it? (since it’s a dead language)

    2. How is it that this Yowie is speaking “Latin” which originated in Italy?

    3. Why does an Australian Bigfoot not speak an indigenous language like Aborigine?

    4. How do you have a 2 hour conversation with a Yowie that only knows a few words of English?

    5. How does a “very intelligent” giant creature make a “meager Shelter” that humans can easily destroy?

    6. Do Latin speaking Yowies use Roman numerals or Latin Script in their journals? I imagine an entry would read something like this:… “today I made a meager shelter using whole trees and young saplings where humans could find them, knitted a toga out of Bunyip’s Butt hairs and failed yet again at making fire, the perfect Italian Lasagne and the wheel”!

    Yowies latinam non loquuntur, ut a tenaci populo!

  7. shownuff responds:

    He doesn’t know Latin. He said he thinks it’s Latin. Like some people believe that Japanese sometimes sounds like old German language and is now more spoken in Sweden. Called old German. Just an example. We don’t know this dude. So we can’t say he’s lying or telling the truth. Let him do his thing and live. I say best wishes.




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