Out There stories relating to "Strange sounds"
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
This video from January of 2012 has just surface. It shows unidentified lights over Hong Kong at the same time that an unusual sound is being recorded. There is no reason to believe that the video is hoaxed. While the sounds are similar to others recorded elsewhere, they do not appear to be a precise match to any recording in our files, meaning that this is probably not a dubbed video. The lights could be a blimp at high altitude, but at three in the morning, the greater likelihood seems to be an unknown object. This is the only known video that associates strange sounds and unknown lights. To watch Jaime Maussan's Third Millennium report with blow-ups of the object, click here
Friday, May 25, 2012
This is a very typical sound, with its muted roaring hum. This is the first UFO related video ever uploaded by this user.
This one is very typical. There has been quite a rash of postings of these sounds in the past few days, after a period of relative quiet. This time, they are taking place at the same time that a worldwide UFO wave is occurring.
This one could be a machine or perhaps sound reflected from a distant factory, but the fact that, despite its softness, the witness claims that it hurts his ears is unusual.
The first part of this video records the sound of a low hum quite clearly. Then when the witness attempts to get shots of the glowing clouds involved, only wind noise can be heard.
It goes on and on. Mr. Strieber says this one reminds him of something he heard in Santa Monica in March. This was was recorded in Germany.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Certainly very strange, but I have to ask: he says that he was going up on his roof to get footage. But why? Does he do it every day? He doesn't explain. While this sound is indeed very weird, it's also true that faking something like this would be very easy.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
More strange sounds, this example from Whitley Strieber's hometown of San Antonio, Texas night before last. Linda Moulton Howe will be on Dreamland this weekend reporting on mysterious underground explosions being heard across the central United States.
Monday, February 27, 2012
We continue to get reports of strange sounds in daily, and they continue to be posted on YouTube. The flood of hoaxes has died away as well, at least for the time being. Children have short attention spans, one would suppose. The report linked her to Linda Moulton Howe's Earthfiles.com discusses the possibility that the sounds might be generated by solar activity, but this does not appear to solar scientists to be a plausible explanation.
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Strange sounds have been recorded worldwide, accompanied by an equally strange flood of hoaxes and hostile comments from apparent dummy YouTube accounts. Exactly what is going on is not clear, but the bottom line, as revealed by Linda Moulton Howe and Whitley Strieber in this week's Dreamland
, is that some of them are genuine unknowns. Without a recording of the one that was heard yesterday on Primrose Hill in London, it isn't possible to analyze it, but it seems unlikely that an outright hoax would be reported like this, without an accompanying audio track.
The strange sounds phenomenon is notable for three reasons: 1, it is a genuine mystery; 2, it has produced exceptional venom among people watching the videos; 3, there are an amazing number of hoaxes. Why so many people would be hoaxing thse sounds is anybody's guess. This is just another example of the dozens of fakes that have appeared. This is an overdub of the Colorado sound of August 22, 2011
, this time set in Mexico. The Colorado sounds are not in dispute, and preceeded an earthquake. Earth sounds taking place prior to quakes are not unknown, but are unusual.
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
This is a good compendium of the strange sounds that have been heard in many places worldwide in recent weeks. The origin of these sounds is an unknown at this time, but the movement of fault lines have been known to make groaning noises. If this is the origin, then the planet is experiencing deep movement of a type that is not being detected by seismographs, because there is no clear correlation between seismic activity and the sounds. At the same time, the sound is similar to sounds from recent science fiction films such as the roar of the Kraken
from Clash of the Titans and the Tripod sound
from War of the Worlds. Cloverfield2 is in production. So viral marketing is always a possibility. In addition, there are more and more videos appearing on YouTube that are actually dubs of the sound taken from other videos. Nevertheless, the origin of the sounds remains unkown at this time.
Friday, September 2, 2011
As one of the comments on this video points out, these sounds could be the effect of the car passing over a resonant pavement. But they do bear a resemblance to other sounds recorded in Russian, posted here yesterday.
Monday, August 29, 2011
Unknowncountry has been getting reports of strange sounds from around the world for the past few months, from Russia, from Canada, from Florida.