YouTube user Ontario Sasquatch woke up to one of the greatest discoveries a Bigfoot researcher could ever hope for. On February 2nd, 2012, not only were foot prints were visible in the show, the hand imprints on the snow were as clear as day (Note: The term "as clear as day" is used loosely here). Besides the prints, this researcher claims he may have captured audio of "Bigfoot language". According to YouTube commenters, the vocalization sounds similar to the "Sierra Sounds" audio.
The Sierra Sounds recordings are one of the most important evidence supporting the existence of Sasquatch. During the early 1970s, Al Berry and his long time friend Ron Morehead went into the woods of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in eastern California and collected a series of alleged Bigfoot vocalizations called the "Sierra Sounds."
Contained within the Sierra Sounds collection are interaction vocalizations also known as "Samurai Chatter." Experts like R. Scott Nelson, a crypto-linguist, have declared the "Samurai Chatter" to be sasquatch language.
The Sierra Sounds Are Even Creepier When Played Back By A Campfire