Archive for the “Call Blasting”
Posted by: Sharon Day on April 3rd, 2014
Wood knocking, rock knocking, grunting. These tend to be the most popular forms of communication perpetuated by television programs hoping to justify the Sasquatch-is-apeman concept.
But, the Sasquatch are vocal people. They are exceedingly vocally adept.
Read: Sasquatch Language »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 21st, 2014
Like Whitley Strieber, Kirk Sigurdson has led a life of high strangeness–but, boy, is it different from Whitley’s! A WILD show!
Read: Kirk Sigurdson’s High Strangeness Life »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 10th, 2014
An ongoing debate about Bigfoot revolves around the issue of infrasound, or sounds that are of such low frequency that humans can’t hear them. Elephants and whales are examples of animals that use infrasound to communicate over long distances. Thunderstorms and even wind can also produce infrasound. Other animals, such as pigeons, seem to be capable of detecting these infrasonic sounds. This may explain why some animals seem able to predict earthquakes—they sense the low-frequency sound of a quake before it can be physically felt.
But the big question remains—can Bigfoot produce infrasound?
Read: Bigfoot Infrasound: Likely or Long Shot? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 6th, 2014
The scientists at EcoLab are unable to determine what animal made the howl.
Read: Scientists Analyze The Howl »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 24th, 2014
Cliff and Bobo can sense they are not alone and then something interesting is spotted on the thermal imager. Could it be a Bigfoot?
Read: “We’re Not the Only Ones Here” »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 22nd, 2014
The Finding Bigfoot team gets a pretty strong response while making Squatch calls in the West Virginia woods.
Read: An Eerie Response in the Woods of West Virginia »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 16th, 2014
The two hour season finale airs tonight at 9 PM E/P and again at 11 PM E/P.
The team travels back to the Pacific Northwest to determine the squatchiest state in the U.S. With the team evenly divided and a friendly wager made, Bobo and Cliff head to Oregon while Matt and Ranae head to Washington to see which state is squatchier.
Read: Finding Bigfoot: “1, 2, 3, 4, I Declare a Squatch War” »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 14th, 2014
Captured on August 31, 2011 at 10:50 p.m. in a research area in Pendleton County, West Virginia. These ascending vocals follow shortly after two faint whoops and resemble similar vocals captured in Brunswick County, VA.
Featured on Finding Bigfoot: Coal Miner’s Bigfoot.
Read: West Virginia Bigfoot Vocalizations »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 11th, 2014
Almost time to go to the woods for a few days. Gonna make some TV, test out some gear for Backpacker, and enjoy my last days as an outdoor technician and cameraguy for Animal Planet. It’s been a pretty cool gig. #6daysleftTyler Bounds
Read: Only One More Season of Finding Bigfoot? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 9th, 2014
The team travels back to West Virginia to investigate recent recordings of possible bigfoot howls. With the help of a radio show, the team reaches out to witnesses from across the state and rafts deep into the holler in hopes of finding a bigfoot.
Read: Finding Bigfoot: Coal Miner’s Bigfoot »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 30th, 2014
The Finding Bigfoot team heads to the Pine Barrens in South Jersey to investigate mysterious reports from locals.
Read: Sounds of a South Jersey Sasquatch? »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 26th, 2014
The team visits the Garden State for the first time. After their successful night investigation, they hold a town hall meeting to gather more witnesses. The team investigates a refuge that used to be a cranberry bog trying to prove bigfoots live in NJ.
Read: Finding Bigfoot: South Jersey Sasquatch »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 19th, 2014
The team travels to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to investigate a photo of a sasquatch. With witnesses in this region claiming bigfoots have been stalking them, the team deploys a U.P. delicacy in hopes a sasquatch has the same appetite as the locals.
Read: Finding Bigfoot: Super Yooper Sasquatch »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 14th, 2014
Texas has long been recognized as great habitat for bigfoot, particularly in its eastern parts. Much of this acknowledgment is due to the combined efforts of local bigfooters and the groups they have formed in an effort to work collaboratively. There is still a thriving bigfoot community (the human kind) in the state, a very well-attended annual bigfoot conference, as well as a sizable bigfoot population to boot. I knew it would only be a matter of time before the Finding Bigfoot team visited the Lone Star State to look for our furry friends.
Read: Behind the Scenes of Finding Bigfoot: “Lonestar Squatch” with Cliff Barackman »
Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 12th, 2014
The team travels to the heartland to determine if bigfoots live on the great plains of Kansas. With help from eyewitnesses, they narrow their search to waterways outside of Wichita where they take to the sky and employ a unique baiting technique.
Read: Finding Bigfoot: Bigfoot of Oz »