Here, Whitley Strieber discusses the strange sounds being heard worldwide, as well as those he has personally heard. As he points out in the discussion, a great many of these are hoaxes, and they are of two kinds. The first kind is hoaxes where the sound is actually being generated by the person making the video. The second and more common type is the video where a strange sound has been captured from another video and reposted. People are apparently doing this for fun and, in some cases, to create the impression that the 'last trump' of the bible is being sounded and the end of the world is at hand.
Whitley mentions two videos in his talk, one of which is a known hoax, and one of which he has personally verified with the individual who made the recording.
To listen to the hoax, click here
To listen to the verified audio, click here
In the verified audio, there are two sounds. One is a rushing sound from the sky that is similar to what Whitley has also heard. The second is a higher pitched sound that could be a distant siren. However, the person who made the recording drove two miles in the apparent direction of the second sound, and could not locate a source, nor did it get louder. This means that it was possibly being projected by unusual atmospheric conditons from a great distance off, or it was originating in the sky.
Whitley also mentions a report from the Canadian earthquake reporting service to the effect that shaking on South Vancouver Island is due to sounds of unknown origin and not earthquakes. To read that report, click here
Here is a listing of all strange sound recordings posted so far. (This listening does not attempt to tell the difference between hoaxes and genuine recordings. Unfortunatley, the hoaxers are doing their most damaging work when attempts like this to create distribution maps are attempted.) To
see the list, click here
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