Unmasking America's Boogeyman and Sasquatch: Shocking Encounters on Sasquatch ChroniclesThe encounter described by John during a field training exercise near Tenino, WA is truly chilling and raises serious questions about the existence of Bigfoot. As a hunter and fisherman who spends a significant amount of time in nature, John is no stranger to the sounds and sights of the wilderness. However, the loud, otherworldly yell he and his team heard in the middle of the night was unlike anything he had ever experienced before. The sustained vocalization, lasting approximately 25-30 seconds in one breath, was accompanied by a strange infrasound reverb that passed through John’s vital organs, causing a physical reaction. The voice itself was also peculiar, as if multiple sets of vocal cords were overlaid, creating a singular but indescribable sound. The fear and vulnerability that John felt in the presence of this creature, combined with the aggressive tree knocks and rock throwing, further emphasize the seriousness of this encounter. While they were unable to see the creature due to the darkness, John’s account leaves little doubt that something truly extraordinary was lurking just beyond their campfire.

Tonight I will be speaking to John. John writes “In 2017 we took our cadets out to an FTX (Field Training Exercise) near Tenino, WA. On the 1st night we heard what I now know to be tree knocks, which was curious but nothing unnerving, so we really paid no attention to it.

But the 2nd night… around 0130 (1:30 am) we heard a LOUD, chilling, otherworldly yell, that got all the staff out of our tents at lightning speed and on immediate high alert.

The length… of the howl / screaming growl; NOTHING I know of has a lung capacity that large. I’m a hunter & fisherman, so I spend a fair amount of time in nature (or at least, I used to) and I’ve never heard anything like that, ever, in my life.

A sustained vocalization of approx 25-30 seconds in one breath. It was chilling. Almost paralyzing.
What truly stood my hair on end, was some kind of infrasound reverb passing through my vital organs that accompanied the yell. Like a lion’s huff. I Felt the sound waves ripple through my body, vibrating my guts.

The voice was strange too. As if multiple sets of vocal cords were overlaid, activating all at once. Like 2 or 3 voices of different octaves and pitch, but altogether, wrapped up in a singular voice.
I know that sounds insane, but it’s difficult to describe.

The 2nd vocalization had us back in our tents drawing our firearms… but for the first time, I had no confidence in my weapon against whatever made that sound. It was so intimidating. I felt thoroughly vulnerable, despite being armed. I mean Utterly helpless.

We heard tree knocks again shortly after, and then another vocalization from the other side of the field in the opposite tree line and then tree knocks from that location as well. I don’t know if there were two of them communicating across the field, or if it was the same one circling and repositioning around our perimeter. Whichever it was, it sounded aggressive. It certainly wasn’t happy we were there.

Like I said previously, we never saw it, because it was in the darkness beyond the glow of our bonfire in the center of camp. On the other hand, I hated being so exposed because we were at a tactical disadvantage. We were illuminated by the fire, so it could see us, but we couldn’t see it. I wish I had brought NVG’s. (I certainly will next time)

A rock was thrown at our campfire where we, the staff were in befuddled conversation, about just what the hell to do. A few more rocks were thrown at us periodically but eventually it got quite. Obviously, we couldn’t go back to sleep. We stayed up, and remained on watch until sunrise. We packed up and left the following morning.”

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