Yowie dance

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Yowie dance

Unread post by Allie Dean » Tue Mar 12, 2024 4:08 pm

Has there ever been any reports of seeing a Yowie doing a dance?

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Re: Yowie dance

Unread post by Dion » Wed Mar 13, 2024 9:08 am

Hi Allie

I believe there is a report of a young one playing in a creek splashing about with arms swinging.

There are also a report(s) of whistling as if to a tune, but I dont think there has ever been a report of dancing.

I would think there would have to music or something for a Yowie to dance? Having said that most of the time Yowies dont like loud music or noise and often reported to rip up vegetation in the process.

Anyway this has made me think, I can see the next Movie now "Dancing with Yowies" staring an older Kevin Costner after he finds a remote tribe living out in the wilderness. (lol)
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Re: Yowie dance

Unread post by themanfromglad » Thu Mar 14, 2024 3:52 pm

In the States, I have put together a lengthy playlist of songs that I like to share with the Bigfoot. Then I ask them to break a branch if they like the music. I have in my list some of the best romantic songs of all time, some monk chanting, a couple of Elvis songs, Patsy Cline, the Kingston Trio, Whitney Houston and dozens of other. I have already weeded out music that I got an adverse reaction, which generally sounds like garbage when played in the woods. The two songs that I received a positive branch break from, were "Stand By Me" and "I Will Always Love You". If the music is too complicated, or the singers are just screaming into the microphone, then that is not in my list. I try to add additional songs each year and weed out the lame ones. They also like Indian flute music presumably because of the purity of the tones. One night, when I had a red light sitting on top of my SUV, and left the music playing, I dozed off for a bit. When I awoke, although the woods seemed to be perfectly silent, I accidentally noticed some movement out of the corner of my eye. When I dug out my night vision monocular, I witnessed dozens and dozens of golf ball sized orbs flying and swooping around my red light and were not bothered by me walking around them.
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