(11-17-2014, 12:29 AM)Octo Wrote: Ok we went out last night and did a new session in Swedish and Finnish, across the river by the church. I asked before we left if anybody had anything else to say and after reviewing the tape I hear a clear "hald käftan" which means "shut up" in very local language. It's so local I recognize it as a dialect spoken some 100 km south of here. That freaked me out a bit.
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There's very little doubt now, whatever language you ask questions in that's where you get responses.
We basically thought we could debunk it, but the mystery deepened. As far as the random Romanian, he may not have a grasp of his own language.
We have another hotspot to try it out some more, we'll keep you posted.