reply to post by Wookiep
This has happened to me once, at least something like that.
I was in the office working late, it was around 20:00, and I was alone, everybody had left already. I'm pretty sure I was alone in the building, with
exception of the "cleaning crew" (a man and his daughter), who weren't even in my office, but cleaning other offices from the same building. It was
dead silent, except for the sound of my keyboard and the computer's fan.
Then, I heard this little whisper, like a AM radio news broadcast. I couldn't make out what was being said, because it was very faint, like a radio
on the next room. I thought it was strange, but shrugged it off, assuming that the cleaning guy must've had a radio on with some talk running.
As I moved in my chair, the sound was gone and I couldn't hear it anymore. Then after a while, as I settled in the new position and relaxed, I could
hear it again, very faint, like someone talking and talking nonstop, but I couldn't understand what was being said. Then I decided to walk around the
office and see if someone had left a radio running by mistake, but couldn't find anything... all rooms in the office empty (7 rooms) and no radio on.
When the cleaning guy got to clean the office I was on, he had no radio with him, and it couldn't be a radio in another office because my room's
wall is an outside wall, there is no other room neighbor to mine, on the wall I was standing against.
This was the only time something like this happened to me. If I had to guess, I think that I could somehow, based on my attention and my position
inside the room, that I must've been catching some kind of AM radio broadcast organically (has happened before with people with fillings, etc).
Then there's also a possibility of some kind of "mind control" experiment, like another poster suggested here... like, have some garbled phrases
playing to the citizens day and night, all time, in a way that we don't catch consciously, because it's meant for our subconscious, like subliminal
messages - so they probably should be garbled by design. Just a thought...