posted on Nov, 7 2016 @ 06:46 AM
So my Dad came to visit this weekend and there was no activity, which is strange, because it has been pretty active every other time that we've had
company. Anyways; I showed Dad the first video of the shadow and the whistle, and much like when we first heard it, he was speechless for a bit.
Now my dad is my go to guy for music knowledge ( he is literally the human version of pop up video ) and he listened to the whistle a bunch of times
and he can't name that tune either! He agrees that it's old and sounds like something from like an old western, but he's isn't 100% ready to sign off
I will be sending him the audio, and he is going to let my grandfather listen to it and see if he has any idea.
This song is still nagging at me all these months later. I honestly feel deep down that it's important in learning about who or what this is. looking
at the history of the area, there are Indians (lots of them) but whistling Indians? Did they whistle tunes, I honestly don't know. I know farmers did,
and soldiers too, and there is a pretty solid history of them here.
Now I recently learned that less than a 5 minute walk from the house is an old airfield, and it was used in WW2 for training pilots, may it was before
WW2, but there was one there (there is a plaque) and now it is a bunch of little league baseball fields. I can only speculate about the goings on
there and any accidents or issues that would have happened.
It is very hilly in this area ( my house is actually built into the side of a hill as are literally every house on my street) so ( and I may be wrong)
but I'm not sure this was farming land as these are not gently sloping hills.
Now I also let him watch and listen to the video of the sounds of the cabinets being opened and closed and he was thoroughly creeped out.
I have 4 cameras to use now , I'm more than a little excited about setting them up.