Is This Bigfoot Laughing or a Coyote?


At first, I thought it was just some drunk guy in the woods, but it goes on way too long to be that.  I’ll let you decide – Bigfoot or Coyote?

*Point of Clarification – This is not my video.  I found it on Youtube posted by jimcomvideos.  These are his notes about the video:

North Lake Tahoe, California, we were leaving our condo about 8:00 PM to go to diner and the casino when we heard strange laughter coming from the woods behind our place.

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15 thoughts on “Is This Bigfoot Laughing or a Coyote?

  1. Very cool recording. I love it when it is so clear. I wish I had you two with me on our expeditions to the north. At least you remained calm. We heard a bone chilling shriek over and over for about 20 minutes one night on a northern tour. My fellow researchers were terrified and we had to leave the area. I could have stayed all night but we were 80 miles from the nearest remote town. Where did you record this? I am from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

    • I probably should clarify that this video wasn’t originally posted by me (R.W. Ridley). It was posted by jimcomvideos on Youtube.

      Here are his notes: North Lake Tahoe, California, we were leaving our condo about 8:00 PM to go to diner and the casino when we heard strange laughter coming from the woods behind our place.

  2. So far the sound has been identified as:

    Coyote
    Raccoon
    Coydog (Coyote Dog Hybrid)
    Raven
    Owl
    Drunk Redneck (Not the couple, but whatever whoever is making the noise)

  3. Thats a coyote sorry.

  4. I’ve never heard a coyote make a sound like that. We have plenty of them here.

    • I have to admit it sounds a lot deeper than the coyote sounds I’ve been able to find online, but I don’t live in coyote country, so I don’t have any personal experience.

  5. I live in the middle of bush/farm country in North western saskatchewan Canada, and we have coyotes everywhere. We hear them every day, but we have never heard that. I don’t think this is coyotes. It’s vocal register sounds deep and gutteral enough to be humanoid, but the vocal patterns and repetitiveness suggest some kind of bird. I can’t tell you what it is, but I can almost guarantee it isn’t a coyote.

  6. Not to add fuel to the Bigfoot fire, but according to some Native American folklore, the Sasquatch mimic’s the sound of wildlife as a hunting tactic. Just throwing it out there. I agree with saskjay that it does sound very guttural. If it’s a coyote, it’s got to be a big coyote, no?

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  8. Well having been in the woods all over the world in my life time I have come to realize that no two Coyotes sound the same…Each has thier own call and the calls differ in the regions of N. America. Fox also get a bit chatty but seem to be higher pitch, though I would not count them out here.

    I hear canine though so eliminating any owl or any fowl in general is viable.

    A BF has some serious pipes and a call can be heard for miles sometimes so pretty sure ya can elimante that species.

    So best bet a chatty Coyote or Fox, leaning to Coyote….

  9. I live in Lake Tahoe and can assure you this is most certainly a coyote. The call may be a little deeper at the end, but each coyote has its own signature song.

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