Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Countdown to Oregon Sasquatch Symposium: T-Minus 3 Days


If the patterson/Gimlin film is the best video evidence we have, then the best audio is the Sierra Sounds recorded by Ron Moorehead, then translated by Scott Nelson; both speakers at the Oregon Sasquatch Symposium.



Although its on the hush hush, our sources are telling us that a break-through in deciphering the Bigfoot language will be presented exclusively at the Oregon Sasquatch symposium.

Scott Nelson is a Veteran of the U.S. Air Force, private pilot, musician, developer of a local hospitality industry, and Sasquatch researcher. He is best known for his audio evidence of indistinguishable vocalization, known as The Sierra Sounds.

Ron Moorehead a retired U.S. Navy Cryptologic Technician Interpreter (Crypto-Linguist) has logged thousands of hours of collection and transcription of voice communications.

More recently he has been teaching philosophy and languages at Wentworth College. Other courses include Russian, Persian, and Spanish languages as well as philosophy and religion.

Read more about each speaker at the external links below

EXTERNAL LINKS
Sierra Sounds Website
Scott Nelson Interview on Nite Callers Radio





1 comment:

  1. This is an interesting development... in the incident I reported from 1978 in Del Norte County, CA, I was quite certain that the three individuals were communicating one with another. Here is the link to that encounter http://www.ghostsofrubyridge.com/del-norte-encounter-a-family-affair/ I used this account as the prologue to my book because of the profound affects that night had on me.
    Thom

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