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Unnerving 'Bigfoot screams' caught on video

October 24, 2019 | Comment icon 65 comments



Does Bigfoot lurk in the depths of Canada's forests ? Image Credit: CC 2.0 Ashley Chile Baz
A family who had been out grouse hunting in Canada recently recorded some truly blood-curdling sounds.
This fascinating clip, which was uploaded to YouTube on October 3rd, was recorded by user 'Stargell Blackstar' who had been out hunting with his wife and young grandson.

They were approximately 45km from Sioux Lookout in Ontario, Canada when they started to hear a series of loud, mournful screams coming from somewhere nearby.

The chilling vocalizations continued for several minutes, leaving the couple very disconcerted.
The video, which has racked up almost 45,000 views at the time of writing, has attracted quite a few comments from other users who have been speculating over what the creature might be.

"I looked up bear roars/howls here on YT, they do NOT sound like this," wrote user Jenn J. "This sounds like a monster. Notice it stopped when your little one yelled back ?"

"Yes we noticed it stopped for a bit when my boy shouted back," the uploader replied. "He started to get scared at the end of the video."

You can listen to the recording for yourself below - the volume is low so headphones are advised.

One thing's for sure - this is not something you'd want to hear while walking alone in the woods...



Source: YouTube | Comments (65)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #56 Posted by highdesert50 3 years ago
Rather interesting to read the comments and even the title of this article from the perspective of cognitive distortions. Jumping to conclusions based on little or no evidence, perhaps even black and white thinking whereby it's either an explainable event or it's Big Foot.
Comment icon #57 Posted by Matt221 3 years ago
pygmy hippos make an odd noise it may of been on of them.........................ok maybe not but just as much chance of that as a biggie 
Comment icon #58 Posted by tortugabob 3 years ago
Probably a moose or bunch of Canada geese. Certainly not a bigfoot because they don't exist. If they did exist we would have some bones or someone would have shot one by now. Just a fanciful dream by kooks.
Comment icon #59 Posted by Twas Brillig 3 years ago
Less POT, more research.....................KOOK!  Neither Geese or Moose nor Wolves nor Deer nor Bears sound anything like this, simple research (as fieldwork is likely too much for your lazy ass) will prove this...oh and...keep your ignorant comments and insults to yourself.   
Comment icon #60 Posted by Farmer77 3 years ago
Dont blame the pot damnit!
Comment icon #61 Posted by Twas Brillig 3 years ago
Fair enough!  Sorry!  =)
Comment icon #62 Posted by Farmer77 3 years ago
Youre right though ive spent a ton of time around all the animals you listed and certainly none sound like that. The only normal explanation I can come up with is a very large canine or other animal in distress having its voice distorted through echoes caused by canyons and low cloud cover. Thats basically grasping at straws though.   
Comment icon #63 Posted by mesuma 3 years ago
Sounded like it was getting closer. Time for a cool sharp harp
Comment icon #64 Posted by qxcontinuum 3 years ago
Lazy asses speculating again without bothering to check on you tube the sound made by Canadian animals. Just because is unusual and different doesn't make it a big foot mistery but it remains an unexplain mystery. Canada gese? Are you drunk?
Comment icon #65 Posted by Jaded1 3 years ago
No, I didn't read it. There's no need to be such a tosser about it though.


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