Thursday, March 15, 2012

Toby Johnson: The Paranormal Sunday after the London Tracks, Bigfoot Mind-speak

Toby discusses a shared paranormal Bigfoot mind-speak
incident on BlogTalkRadio. 
"It's a separate story from the London Trackway, It's a very relevant story because it has so many corroborating witnesses...I don't shy away from talking about it, because it was so incredible..." --Toby Johnson

During the week of February 12th through 17th over 120 possible Bigfoot prints were discovered south of Eugene, Ore. Most of the story has been told and documented. What has not been made public is Toby's experience the following Sunday. On the following Sunday (FEB 18th), Toby Johnson, Beth Heikkinen and a few other individuals recall having non-verbal communication with Sasquatch. Some of the men had bouts of nausea and, at points, restricted mobility.

On March 14th, Toby Johnson was interviewed during the last hour of Alex MidnightWalker's BlogTalkRadio show. The first half of the interview Toby reiterated most of what has already been documented by Bigfoot Lunch Club in our London Tracks section.

Below is just the portion of the interview where Toby recalls the events that transpired during the paranormal Sunday.

Toby and Thom Powell will go into further detail at the Mar 20th Sasquatch and Suds Event located at the Sasquatch Brewery. Also make sure you buy your tickets for the 2012 Oregon Sasquatch Symposium


  1. i can almost hear the feces flying now over at a certain facebook group over the supposed mindspeak. since there is no way to to glean evidence other than the word of the people who experienced the supposed mindspeak, nausea and restricted mobility you will be fair game for a few scientific minded individuals in this group to be ridiculed and have your sanity questioned all in the name of science and satire.they will use science and the lack of evidence to dismiss your "outlandish claims" and satire to justify the ridicule they will pile on you. i hope im wrong but past behavior tells me i wont be.

    1. feces flying at you right now Toby. Hope you make lots of money.

    2. it's all i can do not to ridicule you right now.

  2. "mind-speak"? ... bwah hahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!!

  3. Names Toby Johnson,
    Not anonymous, or bomb can get a hold of me any old time on the OSS members forum or at
    Even better, come on by and meet me next week in Portland, Oregon
    Every 3rd Tuesday at 7 pm
    Always keep the facts straight, never said anything about keeping them safe!

  4. As crazy as it sounds, mind-speak ("get out", "leave now", "you are not welcome", etc.) and physical "effects" caused by mind-speak has been mentioned in several other reports.

    IIRC, in many cases it happened when the human knew BF was nearby and it seemed BF knew they had been "caught" but the human continued to approached them anyway.

  5. i'm sorry, but this is simply asking too much. why not say it was a psychic alien ghost bigfoot, and go for broke? or--call me crazy!--ask yourself if you were simply afraid?

    1. The last thing I was, was afraid...i never wanted to leave!
      Toby Johnson

  6. Thom Powell's "The Locals" talks of this "mind speak", many instances have been recorded where folks have been paralyzed or felt extreme fear. I think they do for their own protection so their home and family won't be jeopardized.

    1. Excellent example of mindspeak! You can get your copy of the Locals at

  7. Beyond the obvious, there is the possibility of infrasound:

  8. British scientists have shown in a controlled experiment that the extreme bass sound known as infrasound produces a range of bizarre effects in people including anxiety, extreme sorrow and chills — supporting popular suggestions of a link between infrasound and strange sensations.
    “NORMALLY YOU can’t hear it,” Richard Lord, an acoustic scientist at the National Physical Laboratory in England who worked on the project, said Monday.
    Lord and his colleagues, who produced infrasound with a 23-foot (7-meter) pipe and tested its impact on 750 people at a concert, said infrasound is also generated by natural phenomena.
    “Some scientists have suggested that this level of sound may be present at some allegedly haunted sites and so cause people to have odd sensations that they attribute to a ghost — our findings support these ideas,” said Professor Richard Wiseman, a psychologist at the University of Hertfordshire in southern England.



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