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Bigfoot sounds have been recorded for years, and Ron Moorehead of probably knows more about this than any other researcher in the field. Ron tells us about his research, and we listen to a sample of Bigfoot sounds that he has either recorded himself or authenticated. At the same time, he explains that Bigfoot has language, and just what some of the sounds actually mean.

This program comes at a very special time in the annals of Bigfoot research, as both US and Russian scientific teams are on the point of publishing DNA research showing that Bigfoot is indeed a separate species, a combination of modern humans and a previously unknown human species that apparently died out around 15,000 years ago. 

To read Whitley’s Journal about the importance of this discovery, click here.

This is the first program to air in a new historical era: as we listen to the sounds of Bigfoot, we do so knowing that we are hearing a real voice, of a previously unknown form of human being. 

Subscribers, listen to the wealth of interviews and discussions about Bigfoot in the Unknowncountry archive! Do a search on Bigfoot or Sasquatch restricted to Dreamland and Special Interviews to find all of our programing on these subjects.

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  1. What were the paranormal
    What were the paranormal radio broadcasts in Latin America in the 1970s? The “numbers” stations?

    1. In reply to comment #1 >>>
      In reply to comment #1 >>> Sorry, not paranormal; what it was: intelligence agencies broadcasting info to their networks of agents

  2. The “reptilian” brain that
    The “reptilian” brain that keeps the body running online is possessed by all humans. The reptilian evolution was a major development phase of the morphogenetic continuum. Feschino’s account of reptiles with advanced technology (UFO) gives new dimension to David Icke’s account. Are reptilian ETs bad? Jim Sparks said the reptilian ETs were more humane than others that he encountered.

    Defining sentient life as it relates to good and bad in human perception deserves honest examination. Bob Dean said NATO’s analysis of UFOs in the ’60s concluded that if the ETs represented a threat to humankind, we would have been in a world of hurt hundreds of thousands of years ago. The serpent and the tree are symbols in the oldest human cultures on Earth.

    In the account of Buddha and the prodigous serpent, Muchalinda, the serpent rose up and protected Buddha when a storm rose up while Buddha was in meditation. The serpent is represented as an ally of self-realized consciousness in many cultures.

    Muchalinda is “A gigantic serpent-genie, who dwelt in the roots of the Bo Tree under which the Buddha attained to supreme consciousness. In a state of bliss, the meditating sage did not perceive the gathering of a frightful tempest, and so Muchalinda devoutly encircled the body of the Buddha seven times before spreading his broad hood above as an umbrella. Once the storm had passed, the naga monarch unwound his coils, changed into a young man, and with hands joined respectfully together he bowed low to the world-saviour. The myth is a classic statement of non-duality: Enlightenment encompasses all.”

  3. This show was just downright
    This show was just downright entertaining, as well as informative. Oddly, I found myself enthralled by Mr. Moorehead’s voice—he reminded me of Gregory Peck! 🙂

    While I don’t know what ‘words’ were spoken, one could definitely sense the emotions being expressed. The male/female conversation was downright funny, and I could picture the two arguing, and even imagined some eye-rolling going on from the male and just guessing that he was asked to sleep in another tree that night…It was like a brief scene from the old ‘Honeymooners’. 🙂

    I did not find these sounds creepy at all, but did feel that common thread that may connect us to these creatures, that of the need to communicate with others, regardless of species. This interview energized me, lifted my spirits, and even gave me a glimpse of hope… And that I really can’t explain.

  4. I clicked on the page where
    I clicked on the page where the dna test, press release was..
    the release was gone…read it yesterday…
    went pack to unknown country and the link had been remove.
    where did the dna test page go …its gone

  5. Yes, the numbers stations
    Yes, the numbers stations were thought to be coded transmissions to agents, but Whitley mentioned “paranormal” broadcasts in Latin America. I wonder what he meant.

  6. You know, I am not sure if
    You know, I am not sure if this is relevant, but, I couldn’t help but find the Sasquatch sounds to resemble Native American rhythmic tree signaling, which would be done by hunters as a signal, and also the Native American “whoops” and hollers” which are in their languages, and also in their music, especially if you listen to the older Smithsonian recordings. I have heard other interviews which mention teeth clicking as well, and that was also used as a type of code by Native Americans in the woods…I just find that relationship interesting. I have also heard that the Native American “code talkers” in WW2 I believe, suggested that if any soldiers were taken prisoner, they could communicate using morse code thru teeth clicking.

  7. Every time I try to listen to
    Every time I try to listen to pt. 1 of the Feschino Special Interview the interview only advances abut ten minutes in and then goes back to the beginning. This happens whether I download on low-bandwidth or regular MP3

  8. The sounds coming from
    The sounds coming from Bigfoot sure appear to me to be the same kind of sounds that come from the great apes. it especially reminds me of sounds recorded by the mountain gorilla. Definitely sounds primate. Very interesting. Would love to go on an expedition.

  9. Indeed, two very interesting
    Indeed, two very interesting and enjoyable interviews.

    Now, I was pleasantly taken aback, somewhat, by hearing Mr Strieber employ the British term ‘Bolloxed’ in the Frank Feschino Pt 2 interview.

    I have to admit to chuckling quietly to myself as I understand that John B. Wells on Coast has popularised this term a little, in the past few months, and that’s just fine.

    To be fair, I should point out that in British slang, ‘Bolloxed’ is tantamount to saying ‘Completely F*cked Up’ and isn’t something one would ever hear on mainstream media over here, though there is a touch of humour to the expression that takes the edge off the vulgarity.

    ‘Bolloxed’ is, it really must be said, a proper little cant.

    Just between you and me, when I hear my friends on the other side of the pond use such wonderfully inept terminology, it relaxes me no end.

    Therefore, I implore you chaps across the water to continue ‘Dropping a Bollock’ in such charmingly quaint and baroque miens.

    It certainly beats discussing how much one enjoyed munching on Faggots or gobbling fresh Spotted Dick the evening before, whilst travelling on packed public transport.

    Merry Christmas everyone.

  10. 1) My first thought about the
    1) My first thought about the Bigfoot sounds was (just as you thought) that they sounded like old samurai movie dialogue.

    2) Frank Feschino’s description/drawing of the “craft” looked similar to one of the UFO descriptions in Linda Moulton-Howe’s Bentwaters UFO landing YouTube video update:

    These were such interesting, terrific, thought-provoking interviews. I really enjoyed them. Thanks so much, Whitley!

  11. Re: My previous comment on
    Re: My previous comment on the Bentwaters UFO — Frank’s description seems similar to the later DIFFERENT craft seen in Rendelsham Forest several days after the first incident.

  12. Re: My previous comment on
    Re: My previous comment on the Bentwaters UFO — Frank’s description seems similar to the later DIFFERENT craft seen in Rendelsham Forest several days after the first incident.

  13. Fascinating interviews!
    Fascinating interviews! Could it be that the serpent was given such a negative rep in religion and mythology simply because of its similarity in appearance to an advanced race of feared beings from another world? Question is, was this fear unfounded, or was there something terrible that happened in our past that made it justifiable? A creepy reminder of Arthur C. Clarke’s, Childhood’s End.

  14. Whitley, Frank Feschino’s
    Whitley, Frank Feschino’s decription of the Monster as being a large snake-like being brings to mind your account of driving with your son’s friend and finding yourself among sandstone buildings with serpents carves on them. Do you think you may have found yourself in the being’s native home land or planet?

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