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Just Passin’ Through, Pt. 1

//Just Passin’ Through, Pt. 1

Just Passin’ Through, Pt. 1

I have mentioned before how I believe that something comes close to my home and makes unusual sounds from the nearby woods. I have always thought the purpose of this is to test or tease my Karelian Bear Dog, Belle. Last night, the 15th of November, 2011,  was one of those nights.

The woods behind my home. The sound was recorded at about 10:20 p.m.

Belle was barking at something that was about 200 yrds north of the house and up in the woods on the hillside. In this recording you can hear  the odd sound at the 2 second and 9 second mark. Belle is also running and rustling in the leaves.

The picture above illustrates the sound in both waveform view and spectral view.

With the wind and distance it was tough to get a decent recording. Recorded using a Sound Devices 722 field recorder and Telinga Stereo Microphone.

Click here to listen to sound clip: Voice 19

It sort of reminds me of the Jason Aldean song lyric “it’s your world, and I’m just passing through.”

By | 2011-11-16T17:04:54+00:00 November 16th, 2011|My Research|5 Comments

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  1. Dan November 20, 2011 at 7:12 pm

    Hi, Stan. I love your website. Holy Cow! That sound at the 9 second mark is the creepiest thing that I have ever heard. Keep up the great work.

    Thanks,

    Dan

  2. Sam November 21, 2011 at 8:39 am

    Stan, great job on capturing the sounds. How much time passed between Belle's barking and the two sounds? How did your she react afterwards?

    • stancourtney November 21, 2011 at 8:44 am

      Belle had been barking off and on for about ten minutes. Luckily her barks did not step on the sounds. I have a hunch that these sounds are actually meant to check on how much Belle is paying attention and to see how she will react.

  3. Chris Knight November 24, 2011 at 3:09 am

    There's another sound at about the 3.6 second mark. Have you picked up on that one?

    • stancourtney November 24, 2011 at 3:17 am

      Yes, there is another softer sound there as well. Thanks, Stan

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