Friday, October 16th, 2009Acoustic Attraction – Pt. 1
Recently I made a comment about how I disliked the term “sound blasting”.
Reader Scott M submitted the following comment :
All methods fall under the concept of Acoustic Attractionâ€¦by wood-knockingâ€¦by mechanical callâ€¦by vocal immitationâ€¦by electronic amplification. Iâ€™ll settle on â€œAmplified Acoustic Attraction.â€ I like â€œSound Braodcastingâ€ too. Keep up the good work.
I really like the term Acoustic Attraction because it takes out the negative image of giant speakers blasting out 120 dB of suspected sasquatch sounds. On the negative side, will readers even know what we are talking about by using a different term.
John Frietas, of Northern California and BlueNorth.com is generally acknowledged as the “father” of sound blasting techniques.
As time has rolled along techniques have evolved and equipment has been refined.
The field of Acoustic Attraction is huge in the fact that almost any human activity may attract the attention of sasquatches. There are reports (both published and unpublished) of sasquatch activity being associated with the following list:
- Human activity that is normal in the course of daily life.
1. Children playing. Click here for a winter video of my own boys taken years ago.
2. Human babies crying.
3. Vehicles stopping along the woods (day or night).
4. Car doors slamming.
5. Common camping sounds, splitting of wood, campfires.
6. Hikers walking through the woods.
9. Berry picking
10. Mushroom hunting
11. Late night parking
and then you can add to the above list more outward human activity.
13. Human calls or vocalizations without using electronic amplification.
14. Wood knocks
15. Rock clacking
16. Calls and vocalizations broadcast using sound amplification equipment.