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Colorado Screamer

//Colorado Screamer

Colorado Screamer

The evening of Tuesday, the 22nd of July 2008 I was in Colorado where I was invited to join a fellow researcher as part of my 48 in ’08 project.

 

One of the many small lakes in the area.

It was almost dark when I arrived at the site on Tuesday evening. I was concerned about driving down the rutted dirt road with my Toyota, not knowing for sure if I was at the correct location. So I drove back down the road and slept in my car at a small gravel pit. These sounds were picked up at 0330 a.m. I am not quite sure if they are coyote or not.

Click here to listen to sound clip: Scream 1

Waveform view and spectral view of Scream 1.

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And then two nights later picked up these distant screams.

Click here to listen to sound clip: Scream 2

Waveform view and spectral view of Scream 2.

 

By | 2008-08-19T13:27:30+00:00 August 19th, 2008|My Research|4 Comments

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  1. Jayce January 28, 2013 at 9:32 am

    These are very interesting! Close to what I’ve heard in Minnesota, around midnight, chatting with family outside the house and had a good fire going. Creepy but, exciting.

  2. Beau January 1, 2014 at 5:30 am

    These sounds are just like what i hear at my Grandpas house! We always hear them when we have fires and it starts to get a little noisey then them weird sounds start going off! I dont know what it is but it sound just like this! Thats really weird but pretty cool!

  3. Geo November 3, 2014 at 1:09 pm

    I live at 9,000ft in the Mt Evans wilderness area. I have heard noises just like the screams. Last year summer 2013 I couldn’t sleep. I went out and sat on the porch around 1:30 am.Heard the screaming sound repeated several times…I live in Cougar country and hear them frequently.Wasn’t a Puma. I used to raise hybrid wolves.Wasn’t a wolf nor the yippy barky howl of a coyote. It got louder I got spooked and went back inside. I haven’t heard anything like it till today listening to your recorded screams.

    • stancourtney November 3, 2014 at 10:37 pm

      Very good, I am surprised you didn’t try to record it with your smart phone.

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