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#16    Malaria_Kidd

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Posted 11 July 2009 - 07:37 AM

Hello Blade Rain,

I know the old boy has not been mentioned in your story and your responses. So I won't say a word either.

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Delaware sightings,.....2

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The recorded sounds to compare to what you heard...

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Posted 11 July 2009 - 09:15 AM

jakersHD on Jun 27 2009, 01:30 AM, said:

Yeah I have to agree foxes do make some pretty weird noises, scared the crap out of me when I first heard them.
fox calls
Listen to some of these, but especially the second one "fox calling out".
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Foxes sound freaky, like a woman crying..

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 12:21 AM

Blade_Rain on Jun 24 2009, 02:14 AM, said:

I stepped outside at about 2:00 a.m. in the morning to go retrieve the paper at the end of my driveway (I'm not sure why the paper was there, it wasn't there earlier :/ ). I stayed out there for a little bit just to enjoy the nighttime air.

Not long after, I heard a strange noise.
Phonetically, it sounded like 'Whaaaa,' or 'Waaaaaa.'
The sounds were quick, a little more than half a second in length. It sounded like the whoop of an animal, but that wasn't my first thought. When I first heard it, I swore it was a human, some guy calling out or something. Then, I heard it again in the exact same pitch, tone, and length. It started out kind of low, then very quickly rose in pitch. They were about five or so seconds apart.

After looking out towards the woods for a few seconds, not out of fear but out of caution, I headed back in. I've never heard a human, let alone any type of animal that I'm aware of, make a sound like that, or even similar. My brother suggested it may have been a bird like an owl or something, but owls hoot. It wasn't a dog or fox or a wolf, because I would have heard howling or barking. I thought for a second, maybe I was just hearing things. But the sound echoed and was the echo you would hear if something made a sound in that part of the woods. It was very real, as far as I could tell.

It sounded both inhuman and inhuman at the same time. I'm really not sure what the hell it was, or what animal would make that sound.

If anybody can clarify what I heard or what that was, or know what animal it may have been, please help me out.

Thanks.



might of been a jack rabbit or something
sometimes when being chased they sound like a crying baby...
incase you say " there are no jack rabbits in delaware"
there is always the chance that someone might of had one as a pet that escaped.


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Posted 19 July 2009 - 12:31 AM

Could be a panther, they make many different noises, like a baby crying, old woman screaming and the such.

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 07:38 AM

There are no big cats where he lives. Sounds like a fox.


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Posted 20 July 2009 - 08:20 PM

Blade_Rain on Jun 24 2009, 03:14 AM, said:

I stepped outside at about 2:00 a.m. in the morning to go retrieve the paper at the end of my driveway (I'm not sure why the paper was there, it wasn't there earlier :/ ). I stayed out there for a little bit just to enjoy the nighttime air.

Not long after, I heard a strange noise.
Phonetically, it sounded like 'Whaaaa,' or 'Waaaaaa.'
The sounds were quick, a little more than half a second in length. It sounded like the whoop of an animal, but that wasn't my first thought. When I first heard it, I swore it was a human, some guy calling out or something. Then, I heard it again in the exact same pitch, tone, and length. It started out kind of low, then very quickly rose in pitch. They were about five or so seconds apart.

After looking out towards the woods for a few seconds, not out of fear but out of caution, I headed back in. I've never heard a human, let alone any type of animal that I'm aware of, make a sound like that, or even similar. My brother suggested it may have been a bird like an owl or something, but owls hoot. It wasn't a dog or fox or a wolf, because I would have heard howling or barking. I thought for a second, maybe I was just hearing things. But the sound echoed and was the echo you would hear if something made a sound in that part of the woods. It was very real, as far as I could tell.

It sounded both inhuman and inhuman at the same time. I'm really not sure what the hell it was, or what animal would make that sound.

If anybody can clarify what I heard or what that was, or know what animal it may have been, please help me out.

Thanks.


It could be a baby deer... they sound almost like a baby crying sometimes....


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Posted 20 July 2009 - 08:56 PM

Have any of you people living near the woods (especially the guy who was camping at the time) considered that these sounds in all possibility could actually be a woman screaming?

Reminds me of the time my friend had been woken up by strange screaming sounds coming from the bush ... they put it down to cats. A couple of days later some mother and her kids picking flowers found a young woman's body dumped in a drainage ditch down the road  hmm.gif  ... So as you can see, strange sounds shouldn't be dismissed as merely 'wild animals'. Just sayin'.


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Posted 16 January 2012 - 11:05 PM

First time poster. Just registered hoping to get confirmation from blade_rain... I know this thread is really old but I just came across this today. It was near where I grew up in Northern Alberta, Canada (no I am not Wolverine, and no we don't have rocky mountains up there).

I don't know hot to embed or post properly on message boards. I'll try to add media though:

Hope that works. If not, I'll try adding the link: My link

and if that doesn't work, here is the link all by itself:

Blade_Rain, is this what you heard???


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Posted 17 January 2012 - 01:01 AM

Foxes make a range of human noises so I believe it could be that. Also, on an episode of Finding Bigfoot, one of the experts said the most common mis identification of a bigfoot scream or howl was a type of owl. It does not hoot. Makes a scream or howl noise.

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Posted 17 January 2012 - 10:03 AM

View PostBlade_Rain, on 24 June 2009 - 07:14 AM, said:

I stepped outside at about 2:00 a.m. in the morning to go retrieve the paper at the end of my driveway (I'm not sure why the paper was there, it wasn't there earlier :/ ). I stayed out there for a little bit just to enjoy the nighttime air.

Not long after, I heard a strange noise.
Phonetically, it sounded like 'Whaaaa,' or 'Waaaaaa.'
The sounds were quick, a little more than half a second in length. It sounded like the whoop of an animal, but that wasn't my first thought. When I first heard it, I swore it was a human, some guy calling out or something. Then, I heard it again in the exact same pitch, tone, and length. It started out kind of low, then very quickly rose in pitch. They were about five or so seconds apart.

After looking out towards the woods for a few seconds, not out of fear but out of caution, I headed back in. I've never heard a human, let alone any type of animal that I'm aware of, make a sound like that, or even similar. My brother suggested it may have been a bird like an owl or something, but owls hoot. It wasn't a dog or fox or a wolf, because I would have heard howling or barking. I thought for a second, maybe I was just hearing things. But the sound echoed and was the echo you would hear if something made a sound in that part of the woods. It was very real, as far as I could tell.

It sounded both inhuman and inhuman at the same time. I'm really not sure what the hell it was, or what animal would make that sound.

If anybody can clarify what I heard or what that was, or know what animal it may have been, please help me out.

Thanks.
It reminded me of the filipino Wak-Wak black bird:

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I'm also from the Philippines, the Aklan Province. I am also very much familiar with the stories of this creature we call "Wakwa...k". In fact, I've heard it several times; usually late at night or nearing dawn, about 4 am. I've never heard it during the day. I have also tried to convince myself that it could just be a kind of nocturnal bird. But the strange thing about it is the location of each sound when you hear them; they are heard usually from above and rarely on the ground. The first "Wak!" may be perceived to be at about 300 to 700 meters away from the second "Wak!" sounding. quite a distance for any bird to cover in just "1 to 2 seconds!". Not only that, the sound may be repeated 2 times at the least and may be heard 6 to 7 times at the most; each sound varies in loudness and location (Which may sometimes triangulate) adapting the distance I've stated earlier. There was a time even, when I was awoken by it, 4:00am. It was too loud!, like, the creature was just a few feet away from outside my bedroom! It repeated, i guess, 7 times. at the seventh sounding I decided to take a look. I peeked at my window; nothing. so I decided to go out of the house with a Bolo(Machete)in my hand. I saw nothing, nothing ran or flew away. So what was that? I'm sure its not an ordinary bird.


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Posted 17 January 2012 - 11:33 AM

Its a bird.  I forget what its called and it might not be the same but what you described is close.  It's pitch goes up and down, depending on the bird and it hears like someone screaming in pain.

The first night I ever heard it I was in a beach house nestled in the bush on an island off the coast.  1 am I woke up to the screaming which surrounded the house and would not stop.  There had to be over three dozen separate cries going at one time.

Haunts me to this day even though I know they are birds.


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Posted 17 January 2012 - 04:27 PM

View Postlostinthecrowd, on 17 January 2012 - 11:33 AM, said:

Its a bird.  I forget what its called and it might not be the same but what you described is close.  It's pitch goes up and down, depending on the bird and it hears like someone screaming in pain.

The first night I ever heard it I was in a beach house nestled in the bush on an island off the coast.  1 am I woke up to the screaming which surrounded the house and would not stop.  There had to be over three dozen separate cries going at one time.

Haunts me to this day even though I know they are birds.
Does anybody in Australia know what the bird is called?? Is it black?? Is it a large bird?? Thanks for the interesting story. Another wak-wak by the sounds of things.

The object, known by the locals as "Bicho Voador" (Flying Animal), or "Bicho Sugador" (Sucking Animal), has the shape of a rounded ship and attacks people in isolation.

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Posted 17 January 2012 - 04:44 PM

I'm going to take a guess that since the OP hasn't been on since 2009, it's unlikely that we will know for sure what they heard in the wilds of central Delaware.

I'm not trying to say don't talk about this thread... Just that one probably shouldn't hope that the OP will respond to questions.


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Posted 19 January 2012 - 12:42 AM

View Postrashore, on 17 January 2012 - 04:44 PM, said:

I'm going to take a guess that since the OP hasn't been on since 2009, it's unlikely that we will know for sure what they heard in the wilds of central Delaware.

I'm not trying to say don't talk about this thread... Just that one probably shouldn't hope that the OP will respond to questions.

So like 85% of the new posters on this site.  They come on here making crazy claims and when folks actually respond with real world solutions instead of "OMG that was Bigfoot", they quickly get bored and leave.

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Posted 21 January 2012 - 05:23 AM

View Posttailormaneinafog, on 17 January 2012 - 04:27 PM, said:

Does anybody in Australia know what the bird is called?? Is it black?? Is it a large bird?? Thanks for the interesting story. Another wak-wak by the sounds of things.

People know I forget though I was like 11.  I will ask my dad when i see him.  They might be curlews





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