Bathia_Mapes: Someone has watched "Red State" a few too many times.
Godscrack: [imageshack.us image 460x539]It's just one of her neighbors cranking Dazed And Confused.
MrHappyRotter: I'm 97.4% sure it was aliens. I assume there is a 2.6% chance it wasn't, considering this happened in Canadia, it might've been a herd of meese.
I'm not sayin' it's HAARP...
johnny_vegas: The Humas opposed toThe Hummer:[worldcarslist.com image 480x640]/if you know what I mean...and I think you do
Lachwen: I love how the article describes it as a "low-level hum," then you play the video and are subjected to the strident screech of metal on metal.
FloydA: [i105.photobucket.com image 640x275]
truchaos: The only thing I can figure is that it's caused by some weird atmospheric phenomenon or possibly some interaction of the atmosphere and a solar wind or flare. .
Current Resident: I'm not sayin' it's HAARP...
ourbigdumbmouth: As a dude that follows conspiracies and paranormal "news" as interesting topics, I thought the general theory was these Hums were deep Sonar experiments.OrStealth Blimps
truchaos: I know it sounds like bullshiat but I heard the same sound in Gambrills Maryland last year. It was accompanied by a very intense low frequency vibration that literally made the air pressure feel like it was modulating very rapidly. The only way I can describe it was while I was hearing the sound, it was like I was inside a subwoofer speaker but the sound definitely was coming from the sky.I stopped an looked all around there was nothing close within 100 yards but the post office. The sound pressure was very high and I've never heard anything like it in my life. I felt it in my body as much as I heard it.My brother insists I was hoaxed but I'm an engineer and for the life of me I cannot figure out how that could have been possible based on the shear energy of the sound and how far way I was from anything that could have made it. It was clearly coming from directly overhead but I saw nothing.The only thing I can figure is that it's caused by some weird atmospheric phenomenon or possibly some interaction of the atmosphere and a solar wind or flare. ./ Not the submitter.
LavenderWolf: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08yk_AQvGMk
Godscrack: LavenderWolf: // http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08yk_AQvGMkSure, anyone can fake something already done. People can imitate bird sounds and bark like dogs.But birds and dogs are still real.
basemetal: Wookie mating call.
Billy Bathsalt: basemetal: Wookie mating call.Very likely: "Kimberly Wookey of Terrace, British Columbia was woken up by a deep, rumbling sound that could be heard across the whole town."
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