Audio Recordings from Southern Oregon Habituation Area

 

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Our Southern Oregon Habituation Area (SOHA) is located in the Siskiyou Mountains within a 25 mile radius of Grants Pass, Oregon.  I stumbled onto SOHA via a friend who grew up in this very rural area at the base of this chain of mountains.  In 2007, He had found some Bigfoot tracks, halfway up the mountainside, near a pond.  I followed those tracks back up the mountainside and eventually stumbled onto the Bigfoot family’s main bedding area.  I’ve been visiting SOHA every month for the past six years except when the snow is too deep to get up there.  

During the night, the primary visitors to our SOHA base camp are the adolescent male Bigfoot (which stood about 6’10” tall in June of 2013) and a juvenile female Bigfoot (which stood about 4’8” tall in May of 2012).  It took five years of constantly offering “Gifting Bowls” before they started taking our food.  They especially love Peanut Butter and Raspberry Jelly sandwiches.  In May of 2013, we obtained foot casts for all five Bigfoot family members in SOHA (i.e., Dad, mom, adolescent, juvenile, and toddler).

  While visiting the SOHA base camp, we place our “Bionic Ear” Parabolic Microphone Dish on our camp stove along with pots and pans so it blends in.  We have it connected to a Sony Digital Micro-Recorder.  We record nonstop, all night long, for usually 9 to 10 hours.  After every SOHA excursion, I have to listen to 30 to 40 hours of recordings to come up with the audio “nuggets of gold” that you are about to listen to.  Enjoy listening to our SOHA Bigfoot family!!!  
                                                                                                                                         
 
      (Scott Nelson and “Dr J”)
 

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SIDE NOTE: In January of 2013, while attending Alex Munoz’s “Midnight Walkers Southeast Bigfoot Conference” in Dahlonega, Georgia, Cynthia Kreitzberg and I had a chance to play our Bigfoot Audio Recordings for Scott Nelson, Crypto-Linguist, to listen to. Scott got very excited and told us that it was definitely Bigfoot language that we had recorded.  I sent some of my Bigfoot Audio Files to Alex Munoz who also agrees that we have recorded the Bigfoot/Forest People speaking.

 

 

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These audio recordings may not be copied, reproduced, or used in any manner without the written consent of Dr Matthew A Johnson and/or Cynthia Kreitzberg.

 

This is a recording of Grady and I Talking in the Tent so the listener (i.e., You) can use it as a means of comparison with the other audio recordings of various vocals in our Southern Oregon Habituation Area (SOHA).

 

The Daddy Bigfoot is caught singing under the wind in our Southern Oregon Habituation Area on September September 3, 2013.  You will need HEADPHONES to hear it really well.  It sounds like he’s singing, “Ooo – Doe – Eee – Doe.”

 

A Bigfoot Moan in our Southern Oregon Habituation Area (SOHA).

 

We recorded all night long for approximately 9 hours. We recorded over 300 “Ah-Ooos” made by the mamma Squatch. Apparently, she was comforting her fairly newborn, fussy Squatch baby. We didn’t want you to have to listen to 9 hours of 300+ “Ah-Ooos” for you to hear the mamma Squatch.  Therefore, we play one “Ah-Ooo” before the fussing baby Squatch and then another “Ah-Ooo” after you hear the fussing baby Squatch. You will most definitely need your HEAD PHONES on to hear the fussing baby.

 

This is a recording of the Singing Daddy Bigfoot on the same night that the mamma Bigfoot was comforting her fussing baby in September of 2011.  This is the original recording.  The next recording is the amplified version.

 

This is a recording of the Singing Daddy Bigfoot on the same night that the mamma Bigfoot was comforting her fussing baby in September of 2011 (Amplified Version).

 

This Adolescent Bigfoot was recorded whispering when my son, Grady, was exiting the tent around 7 am. I’m not sure if “Aye-Ga-Y-Ate” is their name for Grady or if it means “The child is coming out of the tent”??? I have absolutely no clue. HOWEVER, I do think it’s majorly AWESOME that the Bigfoot/Forest People speak a language that sounds like a North American Indian dialect with staccato syllables. This is the original recording.  The next audio file will be the amplified version.  Once again, listen for “Aye-Ga-Y-Ate.”

 

This Adolescent Bigfoot was recorded whispering when my son, Grady, was exiting the tent around 7 am. I’m not sure if “Aye-Ga-Y-Ate” is their name for Grady or if it means “The child is coming out of the tent”??? I have absolutely no clue. HOWEVER, I do think it’s majorly AWESOME that the Bigfoot/Forest People speak a language that sounds like a North American Indian dialect with staccato syllables. This is the AMPLIFIED VERSION.  Once again, listen for “Aye-Ga-Y-Ate.”

 

This is a recording of the Adolescent Bigfoot whispering on the perimeter of the SOHA base camp.  Based on our visuals of Eye Shine, Sounds of Movement, and Silhouettes, it appeared that the Adolescent Bigfoot was supervising five younger Squatches (i.e., His Juvenile and Toddler siblings as well as three visiting young ones).

On September 19, 2013, I conducted a solo expedition in the Southern Oregon Habituation Area (SOHA).  I fell asleep around 1 am and the Parabolic Microphone Dish recorded the Adolescent Male Bigfoot whispering my name around 4 am (i.e., “Matt”).

On the evening of July 17, 2013, we had a lot of Bigfoot activity around the perimeter of the SOHA base camp.  At one point, one of the Bigfoot/Forest People spoke and then walked within 20 feet of us.  Hence, They’re coming closer!!!

 

 This is a Whispering Female Juvenile Bigfoot which was recorded in SOHA around 2 am in the morning while Grady and I were sound asleep in our tent.


This is a Whispering Female Juvenile Bigfoot which was recorded in SOHA around 2 am in the morning while Grady and I were sound asleep in our tent (Amplified Version).


A Female Juvenile Bigfoot Talking Under the Wind in SOHA, probably near our “Gifting Bowls”, which are placed 150 feet west of our base camp directly in the path of our “Bionic Ear” Parabolic Microphone Dish.  This was recorded while Grady and I are sound asleep in our tent.

 

Put your HEAD PHONES on for this one. These Bigfoot voices are recorded from a distance (Probably at the outer range of my Parabolic Microphone Dish which is a Football Field away….. 300 feet).

 

 An Adolescent Bigfoot Knocks on the Window of the Suburban at the SOHA base while Dr J and Grady are sleeping inside the car.  NOTE: Dr J clearly remembers being woken up my a knocking sound on the glass but he passed it off has a Hypnogogic Response and went back to sleep.  It wasn’t until he listened to the 9.5 hours of recording from that night (June 30, 2013) that he realized that the Adolescent Bigfoot really did knock on the window of his car.

 
On July 17, 2013, I went back up to the SOHA base camp with my Bigfooting Buddy, Jill DiMercurio, and I recorded a comparison Audio of my knocking on the Suburban window as well as the body of the car.  CONFIRMATION ACHIEVED!!!  Have a listen for yourself and enjoy!!!

 

I rarely ever snore. Seriously! Ask Cynthia Kreitzberg!!! Anyway, during this past trip up in SOHA, I was experiencing some allergies and I was terribly congested. Therefore, I apparently snored throughout most of the evening while sleeping in the back of my Suburban with my windows down for fresh air. I guess I was frustrating the Squatches who were trying to wake me up or at least trying to get me to roll over. LOL!!! I’ve never recorded so many knocks in the base camp in all my years of visiting SOHA (i.e., They were knocking on the table, the water jug, the cooler, and they really whack the car hard at the end and walk away). LOL!!!

 

 We set up our “Bionic Ear” Parabolic Microphone Dish on the camp stove on a table about 20 feet away from our tent. The dish blends in with all the other pots and pans that we intentionally leave on the camp stove to remove any suspicion concerning the recording equipment. The logging road is hard and the sound you hear is the Female Juvenile Bigfoot Running Toward the Table and Touching the Stove.

 

This is the sound of one of our 5 gallon Water Jugs being Pinged by a Bigfoot in the middle of the night. They do this quite often while visiting our base camp during the night.

 

While my Bigfooting buddy, Jill DiMercurio, was in her tent and I was sleeping in the back of my Suburban, the Juvenile and Adolescent Sasquatches came into camp.  Apparently, a Bigfoot picked up two rocks from the Campfire Ring and hit them together.  Jill thought they had knocked on my Suburban window again.

  

A Distant Wood Knock in SOHA on July 17, 2013.

 

There are Three Distant Wood Knocks followed up by a Much Closer Wood Knock (i.e., Closer to our Parabolic Microphone Dish) in our Southern Oregon Habituation Area (SOHA).  This was recorded around 3:15 am.

 
On Wednesday night (July 17, 2013), my Bigfooting Buddy, Jill DiMercurio, and I conducted a “Night Sit” in SOHA.  Although we attempted to stay up all night long, I fell asleep around 3 am.  Jill fell asleep soon after me.  When we woke up later that morning, we found a “Gifting Rock” on the table along with Pine Needles inside her hat.  In this Audio Recording, you’ll hear the SNEAKY SQUATCHES place the “Gifting Rock” on the table along with two vocals.  Then you will hear Jill stir awake because the noise wakes her up.  Finally, you’ll hear where I spliced in our response to finding the “Gifting Rock” and Pine Needles later on that morning.  This was an AWESOME experience!!!

 

This is a recording of the Adolescent Squatch in SOHA Removing the Garbage Bag from Underneath the Camp Stove (which was sitting on the table in camp); Dragging it around Base Camp to get our attention (including three times in front of our tent), and then attaching the garbage bag to a tree across the road from our tent. No contents were spilled from the bag during the entire event.  If it were a Black Bear or a Racoon (Neither of which I have seen in SOHA over the past 6 years), they would have torn the bag apart and scattered the garbage all over the place.  They also wouldn’t have dragged the garbage bag in front of the tent; pick it up, and do it a second time; pick it up and do it a third time.

 

This lengthy audio recording features one of the Normal Happenings during one of our Outings in SOHA. The sounds you hear after we zip up in the tent occur all throughout the night and in the early morning before we wake up and exit our tent.  They have been edited/compiled so you don’t have to listen to all 9.5 hours of recording.

 

MANY OF YOU SPEND ONE TO TWO HOURS listening to various internet radio broadcasts about others talking about Bigfoot Researching and Bigfoot Habituation.  Now, I’m giving you an opportunity to spend an hour listening to a compilation of the highlights from an actual night of Bigfooting in our Southern Oregon Habituation Area (SOHA). My Bigfooting buddy, Jill DiMercurio, and I spent three nights in SOHA. I’ve compiled one hour of sounds from over 10 hours of nonstop recording. Please put your HEADPHONES on and enjoy!!!