Disturbing Howls in the Sierras

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This recording published Aug 13, 2012 on YouTube by Bigtoetime, was made on July 8th, 2012 in the Sierra Mountains near Clipper Mills, California. The creators of the video make jokes about ‘sasquatch,’ but apparently they really had no idea at the time ‘what’ they were hearing, except that it wasn’t anything they’d ever heard before.

Some have speculated the sounds might be amplifications of bear cries, or wild dogs or coyotes. Others suggest they are animal cries which seem more ‘ape-like’ than ‘bear-like,’ and are certainly not those of a mountain lion, etc.

Whatever happened, the folks who recorded the eerie incidenta disturbance that lasted for almost half an hour, while they waited in their broken-down truck along the dark roadside, were fairly unnerved by it, as were their dogs.

You be the judge.

More videos are available on the following YouTube channel @ https://www.youtube.com/user/bigtoetime?feature=watch

In case you’ve never heard the famous “Sierra Sounds” Bigfoot ‘speech’ audio recordings by Ron Morehead & Alan Berry from the early 1970s, here’s an excerpt posted by Trackersthename on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDAlQzPhx74

UFO over North Myrtle Beach, SC

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Raw unedited footage posted August 14, 2013 by Project UFO Skywatch on YouTube, originally filmed by Joel Kiernan and Kent Cady. Visit Joel’s channel for more spectacular videos of recent UFO activity @ http://www.youtube.com/user/197jfrancis.

Stanton Friedman discusses UFOs with WPDE News reporter, Joel Allen.

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WPDENewsChannel15, Myrtle Beach, SC Interview with UFOlogist Stanton Friedman, who lectured on flying saucers for the grand opening of the UFO exhibit at Broadway at the Beach in May of 2013 -.http://ufoexhibition.com.

Article – Something’s out there: Myrtle Beach is a hot spot for UFO sightings!

http://www.carolinalive.com/news/story.aspx?id=894430#.UqPpcNJDtIE

Visit the National UFO Reporting site:

http://www.nuforc.org

Introducing Ted Phillips – compilation from the Physical Trace Catalogue by Project 1947:

http://www.project1947.com/47cats/phillips.htm