Witnesses in the town of Amherst, Massachusetts observed a triangular UFO hovering silently over the community between 5:30 and 6:30 on the evening of January 8. The triangular formation of lights remained stationary or moved slowly, and was absolutely silent. At first, the FAA said there was no air activity in the area, but then the Air Force announced that a C5-A was in the region at the time. However, the UFO was silent and the C5-A, the largest aircraft in the world. creates a substantial amount of noise. The plane was not flying at an altitude too high for that noise to reach the ground, and winds in the area were light.
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La Gomera is one of the smallest Canary Islands, and it’s a place where its inhabitants communicate with each other by whistling. As you walk along the beach in La Gomera, you can hear the sounds of the Gomeran whistle, an ancient language that the locals still use, in which Spanish is replaced by two whistled vowels and four consonants.

No one knows when they started doing this or where it came from, but when the first European settlers arrived in the 15th Century, they were already doing it, and with the arrival of the Spanish, they adapted the whistling language to Spanish.

The original inhabitants were of North African origin, where there other whistled languages exist or existed. read more

The Canadian government will fund a search for the cause of the mysterious Windsor hum, a low, persistent noise that’s been bothering there residents for two years. It’s been described as described as sounding like an idling truck or train engine. Canada suspects that it may originate at car manufacturing plants across the river, in Detroit–hence the "international" aspect.

A study made last year by the government suggested that the hum may originate in the general area of Zug Island in River Rouge, Michigan, where there is a lot of steel production and manufacturing, however the mayor of River Rouge says his city doesn’t have the money to investigate.
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