posted on Feb, 3 2006 @ 07:05 PM
Haha, that's funny I used to live in Washington, NJ, eight or nine years ago. I think it's about 15-25 minutes north on 31 from that area. Me and
my parents used to go to Round Valley atleast once a month. It's still one of my favorite state parks. I never knew that there are limestone caves
in the area. Allthough I've never heard any of those sounds where I lived in Jersey, I hear it all the time in the summer here in PA.
I live about 20 minutes from the New Hope/Lambertville brigde, down 202. It's suprising that I hear it here more than in Jersey. Washington, NJ was
a pretty rural area compared to where I live now. There is still a lot of forest and tree pacthes here, but in NJ the forest on both sides of my
development where enormous.
Anyways, I hear that screaming sound all of the time in the summer. I listened to all sorts of animal and bird sounds, and the closest sound I could
find was a eastern couger(and of course the bigfoot recordings). What ever it is it went through my back yard a few years ago while I was watching
the leonid meteor shower, and every year since then.
I had my headphones on listening to Moody Blues, and the next thing I now I hear a piercing scream. I almost craped myself, lept straight up out of
my chair and ran inside, lol. I figured I was being a wuss, therefore I proceeded to grab the video camera, and went back outside. I flicked on the
nightvision and pointed towards the sound(directly at a treeline seperating me and my neighbors house). Needless to say, it was not recording, and I
did not see anything other than what my imagination produced. The funny thing is, I thought I saw a large catlike figure(this was well before I
thought about listening to animal sounds). But the nightvision is such poor quality at the distance I was viewing(about 75yrds). Like I said before,
it was mostlikely a figment of my imagination, the mind is a powerfull thing.
I've been thinking about buying one of the hunter motion cams for this summer. I'm guessing it's a large cat or a fox, but this screaming goes all
summer, spring and fall. If I ever get around to buying one of those suckers, I'll be sure to post the video/pictures from it.