Well, it’s my favorite time of year, Halloween, otherwise known as spooky season, and I think we ought to take a little break from covering the harrowing events around the globe and in our own government and have a little fun. Which is why we’re going to talk about how a man has allegedly captured audio of the infamous “devil monkey,” which is the Virginian term for the infamous cryptid more widely known as Bigfoot. I know, I know. Lots of you are skeptics who don’t believe the missing link exists, and that’s fine. But you also didn’t think UFOs were really until just a year or so ago, did you?
There is a lot we do not know about this world we inhabit. Mysteries that cannot be solved by science alone. Supernatural entities, events, and disappearances that cannot be explained or accounted for. Many individuals go their entire lives turning a blind eye to the weirdness happening all around us, pretending the natural world is all there is to existence. It’s not though, and I think we all, deep down in our hearts, know it.
Here’s more from the Daily Caller:
A video dropped on YouTube is creating a stir after it shows alleged Sasquatch footprints, an apparent photograph of the legendary monster and a claimed recording of the “devil monkey” (a nickname Virginians give Bigfoot, and according to them, there’s multiple “devil monkeys”) making noises that you would expect to come from a beast like this — and it’s outright creepy as hell.
Rocky Mountain Sasquatch, a YouTube channel that has the dedicated mission to “search for Sasquatch in the Rocky Mountains & Pacific NW,” published the clip. The channel noted that the recordings were from three years ago, however, the information was recently provided to them.
“Sasquatch footage, Bigfoot vocalizations and trackway in Virginia,” reads the caption posted with the video.
Can we know for sure this is real? Of course not. It definitely meets all the criteria for being super creepy, that much I can for sure acknowledge. However, while we should have open minds and eyes to the world around us, that doesn’t mean we act like a bunch of dopes and just believe every weird thing someone says they encounter.
To me, listening to that sound, I’m reminded of the shofar, a Jewish instrument made from a ram’s horn. Or some sort of brass instrument, which could have been manipulated to create the chilling calls of a bizarre creature that is not of this world.
The author of the Daily Caller report wrote, “With this video, I can’t really take the photo seriously, so we’ll go ahead and sit that aside, but I’m intrigued by the huge footsteps and the vocalizations. Sure, this could all be a hoax and completely fabricated, but the footprints on the clip don’t look man-made and you can tell the audio recording was authentic with blue-collar life and nature going on in the background. And yes, I’m aware of audio editing and how people lie like there’s no tomorrow in 2023, but I also can’t get over how convincing the guy sounded in a letter.”
So what do you think? Is this the call of the “devil monkey?”
Or is someone pulling a Halloween prank?
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