Imagine being curled up in a nice little tent set deep in the woods, while you’re out on an expedition, searching for Sasquatch. Suddenly you hear a blood-curdling scream!
Terrifying right? Maybe it was just an owl, maybe a human, or maybe, just maybe it was an actual Bigfoot call.
While Bigfoots are known to have many variations of vocalizations, in this article I want to run you through some of the calls that are often attributed to the beast.
Please bear in mind that it may not always be a Sasquatch, however many of these calls have been coupled with actual Sasquatch sightings. So, if you’re trekking deep in the woods and hear one of these, you could very well be too close for comfort.
The most common form of Bigfoot Calls is a scream. People describe it as a “woman in distress”. Most of the time these have no other “animal origin”, which makes them even scarier.
If you browse about online it is likely that you will find a plethora of different screams, which have been recorded deep in a forest.
These screams appear to be the standard form of Bigfoot communication, which is why they are heard a lot. Those who go searching for Bigfoot attempt to learn the vocalizations of these screams beforehand in order to aid them with their search. The problem is that it’s near to impossible to mimic the high screeching octave.
Another type of call, which has come under much scrutiny over the years, is something referred to as a “Long Call”. This is basically the same sound vocalized over and over again. Some people report that it is very “smooth sounding”.
There happens to be a ton of evidence out there for this type of scream. One of the most unusual is the Puyallup scream made popular in 1973 and the Tahoe Scream. You should be able to find examples of these with a Google search.
Many experts believe that this is a territorial call carried out by males due to how similar the vocalization is to calls made by various species of primates.
There is one type of call that is actually quite easy to mimic; it’s called the “Whoop Scream”. Many people have managed to use this type of call to actually communicate with Sasquatch. You essentially say the word as you yelp out. It isn’t an overly aggressive sound and you can use a variety of pitches.
Many people who hear it claim that they are able to communicate with the Sasquatch because they often get a screaming “Whoop” response!
The last type of call I will cover is “whispered scream”. This is a low-volume scream, but very high pitched. Many people note that a sighting often follows up a scream like this.
Depending on the distance that any of these calls are from you can tell just how close a Sasquatch might be to you. The “whispered scream” It is not believed to be a hostile alert. If a Bigfoot were being hostile, you’d likely hear more of a growl combined with a scream.
Side note: After reading information about Sasquatch vocalizations, calls and communication, we realize that you may be tempted to just run out into the woods and begin your calls, but please be careful! You must understand that there is a lot that we don’t know about their language. We cannot yet determine the nature of the many types of calls discussed. Certain screams may mean something very different then our intent to use them. We don’t yet know how any of these calls translate to a listening Sasquatch.
Our means of communicating with Bigfoot is something that you must use with caution.
If you still desire to try your hand at one of these calls, be smart and start with the “Whooping Call”.