It sounds like a good start to a death metal song with aliens as lead vocals named “hell is opening up”. Would you think this is the sound of a sasquatch-like creature because back in October, a group of researchers claimed they were "95 percent" certain that a Yeti was living in Siberia. However the Yeti evidence was later debunked when one of the scientists who partook in the study told The Huffington Post that the Yeti scenario was likely staged.
Listening to these strange sounds will give you the creeps and make you wonder what the hell is going on in that forest. What kind of creature could be producing this disturbing noises. Something is lurking in the shadows and howling with discontent. You wouldn’t want to get this creature angry.
Here is the movie about my hometown. Please enjoy!
Actually this is test of "mass scene". I always wanted to make "mass scene" with few humans...
This time i took my good friends, some old clothes, tripod, HV30 and wooden AK-47 :)) and went out to make some shoots.
After shooting i had no sleep :( and spent almost 20 hours on postproduction and sound track creating, and this is result.
Jūratė, carter, Grzegorz, Sania, Vital and especially thanks to my brother S. for lending me his super mega computer for rendering :)
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Jon Turk a ex-Telluride local from the 70's talks with Telluride TV host Jeb Berrier about his new book, "The Raven's Gift", about his Siberian Kayak expedition and his encounter with a Native Shamen. Turk tells of his experience learning Shamenism. Distributed by Tubemogul.
My original intent was to summit Mt Belukha, at 4509m, but let me just say that my ass was kicked before I even got to the mountain. Need I say more? Distributed by OneLoad****
PsychoMedia is a phenomenon peculiar to members of the media who are driven by the need to exploit and sensationalize. By employing psycho genre stereotypes the media cleverly equates depraved and demented movie characters as accurate depictions of "the mentally-ill." These movies are the deceptive equivalent of propaganda films, so whenever an article about mental health is reported in the news the media will generate an angle linking the story to violence. This, in turn, justifies denying all people labeled "mentally-ill" their most basic constitutional rights. In 1956 a proposal was introduced in Congress to purchase one million acres of land in the Alaskan wilderness to warehouse "the mentally-ill." Repackaged versions of this proposal are currently swirling around Congress. In Nazi Germany the first people to lose their rights before being warehoused and gassed were "the mentally-ill." Is history about to repeat itself? Or will Americans be able to stop this disturbing media trend before Siberia USA becomes a reality?
The Bear on bore platform, West Siberia Russia.
The Animals did not damage, run away in wood.
Title sequence for Siberia, a movie directed by Robert-Jan Westdijk. This Dutch film is about two young men who seduce female tourists to rob them of their passports. The theme of the movie is partially revealed in these intriguing titles.
The Khatylaevs perform a fascinating and little known musical repertoire rooted in the animist and shamanist traditions of their native Yakutia, a.k.a. Sakha, the vast region of north central Siberia whose fragile ecology is now under increasing pressure from rampant natural resource extraction. Using jaw harps, archaic fiddles, percussion, and a variety of extended vocal techniques, the Khatylaevs create a magical soundscape that represents the dynamic forces of spirit and nature in traditional Yakut spirituality. (Video by Paul Horton)
World's Best Places to See Magnificent Beasts travels to the challenging habitats of Siberia and finds wolves, bears and seals.
Now that you have finished gazing at the Alps and the Himalayas, it's time to feast your eyes on Siberia.
The cat and the parrot doesn't get along. Funny ad.