KY Allen April 10, 2010 #00002

The Kentucky Vocalizations
City: Scottsville

Date: 4-10-10
Time: Midnight

Witnesses: Billy Arndell and The Scottsville Ghost Hunters
Phone Interview:
I had a two hour phone conversation with the witness Billy Arndell of The Scottsville Ghost Hunters. In my opinion, on April 10, 2010 he obtained the best Sasquatch vocalizations to come out of Kentucky. It was midnight and his team was standing in the yard of an abandon house. A digital recorder had been left inside on a box by a window as the investigators were discussing their night’s investigation. There were no windows in the house. They began hearing strange howls/moans off in the distance. The vocalizations started coming closer, sparking a few barking dogs. Billy said it seemed like it was approaching fairly rapidly. One of the members can be heard saying “that sounds like a bigfoot”. They grabbed the rest of their gear and left promptly. Billy stated there are dense woods behind the house for at least for two miles, then some open fields, then more woods. Not knowing if he caught the vocalizations on his recorder, he was pleasantly surprised when he later reviewed the audio. He stated the vocalizations were much louder in person.

Although I knew right away these were Sasquatch vocalizations, I wanted a sound expert, more specifically a “bigfoot sound expert” to review the audio file. Therefore I promptly sent the file over to my friend and fellow researcher, Mononga Hela. Mononga is a former U.S. Military Cryptologic Linguist whose specialty now is analyzing and documenting all Bigfoot vocalizations. Over the past few years he has compiled a vast database of Sasquatch sounds via the internet, friends and investigations. Here is what he had to say:
“I gave the file a good listen, and then filtered it and the listened to it again. Despite the overall quality of the recording, it is an astounding piece of evidence and ties together three different vocalization types that I’ve heard in numerous other possible Sasquatch recordings. Among those three vocals is the low moan/howl, similar to the Ohio howl. Then a transition to more of a yell, which is frequently captured in Washington State, and finally an “aaahh” vocal which has been captured in many states (including your clip from Kentucky last October).

Here’s a transcript of what I heard in the recording. First column is time in seconds into the recording. Second column you can ignore. Third column is my note:

3.552000000 0.256932 initial short howl
7.061333333 0.571164 whoop knock and transition to AAAHH vocal
8.682666666 0.358595 trailing verbalization
11.040000000 0.170055 foreground voices
13.354666666 0.456562 more verbalizations
15.360000000 0.377079 faint aaahh continues
21.557333333 0.155268 foreground voices
35.552000000 0.316081 dogs throughout
38.528000000 0.380776 ascending vocalization, obscured
51.904000000 0.360444 vocalization
55.968000000 0.332717 moaning howl
61.248000000 0.360444 moaning howl, obscured by voices
68.853333333 0.32902 howl climbs, breaks pitch
71.349333333 0.360444 takes on yell character
74.037333333 0.547135 aaahh start
74.506666666 0.375231 breaks to howl/yell
76.074666666 0.558226 breaks back to aaahh
78.741333333 0.36414 and breaks back to yell
80.405333333 0.473198 verbalization
81.642666666 0.597043 long descending aaahh, obscured
91.082666666 0.510166 aaahh trails off
Thanks a bunch for sharing this. It’s a remarkable recording and based on the extensive audio base I have to compare it against, I wholly agree that it’s a Sasquatch vocalization.”
– Mononga Hela
Below are clips taken from the full version, and the full version? Headphones are recommended to really appreciate the full version. Use the transcript.
The Kentucky Vocalizations (howl)
The Kentucky Vocalizations (yell)
The Kentucky Vocalizations (shorter version)
The Kentucky Vocalizations (full version)
– Charlie Raymond, Lead Investigator