Thank you for the response... As I was just skimming the beginning of this thread, before I posted the first post, I saw that a lot of these were
heard at night, maybe? It's funny how you said during the day, because that's when the guys I was referencing said it happened... It was 2-3 of them
who confirmed. Not sure if the whole group concurred, is why I say 2-3. Anyways, I'll check in soon.
I have personally heard it both during the day and at night. I think it is easier to hear at night just because there is typically less noise to
cover it up, but the one time it was loudest was at daytime.
I hope to get back out on my walks soon and I will update this thread if I hear it again. I have to say though that since I started this, it seems to
Hey Tara....I don't know if you heard these 2 I recorded just recently....they are louder so you can hear better. You can hear the people next dooe
freaking out Does this sound like what you were hearing? This is the loudest I ever heard it. Everyone was shouting to hear each other it was so
loud. Ir REALLY starts to get loud toward the end. These were recorded back to back at the same time, just uploaded on different days, but it was the
same incident and went on for a long time....at least 30 minutes.
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I am in Eastern Washington and heard this around 3:00 AM so I started a thread as well... What. The. Hell....is going on???? Honestly I thought all
this hype was stupid until I heard it for myself and it's NOT too comforting. We need answers...any answer is a good one at this point. Also, I'm
currently in the Tri-Cities.
I don't know what's going on also....there have been a ton of new experiences just this week.
As to the people suggesting we are making this up; well, you can see when i started this thread and you can tell by the videos I made (and
stealthykat) that they are different from the ones people think are being used over and over again. This is real. I don't know what it is. I have
been saying all along that I think it is coming from the ground and resonating off the atmosphere, which may be why the sound is enhanced when it's
Okay. Just incase there are still some of you following this thread.
I started a new thread because I heard the rumbling the loudest ever last night. I heard it again tonight. Although not as loud as last night
(about half) it was still loud enough to record, even over the wind.
I got eight minutes of video. The best of it starts at the 5:20 mark and you may need head phones.
I jumped on FB and told my friends to go outside. It freaked out several people. Another friend heard the police tlaking about it on the scanner and
then one of them reported that the naval base said they were testing some high powered jets. ???? I dunno, maybe that;s what it is. I am about an
hours drive from the base...so wierd.
Wow...I haven't posted here in forever. I guess I didn't have much more to add as of late, since this sound has just become a part of things, without
However...this article was just posted on a local Seattle news site. There is a GREAT recording on it. Not exactly what I hear...I think this is
closer to the source and I am hearing it from further away.
I know this thread was started about 3 years ago, I found it last night when I kept hearing these low rumbling sounds that felt like they were coming
from the sky. But like the original poster said you can FEEL the sound. Its quite similar to thunder, but definitely not thunder, or a
plane/truck/train/engine etc. I heard it a couple nights ago but last night it lasted several hours. It isn't continuous, I think I hear them in
groups of three. They are short, only lasting a second or two, then pause.... about 45 seconds goes by, and I hear it again. My gut also told me that
its some geological, maybe seismic?
So here we are...several years after I started this thread, and I just want to give an update.
Yes, the rumbling continues.
Since this thread started, a social media explosion called facebook happened. In the past year, I have used it to try and find others in my
community that hears it too and try to figure out what it is.
Some interesting things happened. First, yes...many others were hearing it. Even as far as 30-40 miles away. There were a gambit of ideas. I also
discovered that one of the many seismic stations near me has the ability of recording INFRASOUND. Guess what? It shows up on it. SO...I not only
have audio proof and other witnesses, but infrasound recording.
We may have figured out what it is: The nearby naval base; NAS sometimes does test firing of its jet engines out on the tarmac. My husband is a Navy
vet and while the first time I heard this sound when it was really loud he wasn't sure what it was, he is now convinced its the base. I had one
person confirm that they were testing engines during a time that the rumbling was heard.
However... I am about 40 miles from the base. One of my friends heard it from about 70 miles away. Seemingly just as loud. I don't know how that is
possible. I admit that I do not have a full understanding of how soundwaves travel and I realize that atmospheric conditions have a HUGE affect on
SO...I will say that I think it is a strong possibility that we are hearing Navy jet engines being test fired, but I am not convinced.
I recorded it again just a bit ago. It was quite loud. In the following video, the sound is there when it starts. You HAVE to listen with
headphones to get the full effect, because its very low tones. A truck drives by and then the sound abruptly cuts out at the .45 mark. It is very
clear then what sound I am talking about. It quickly begins again at .51 and cuts out at 1.12 (not to come back) In comparisson to the birds
singing, you can get an idea how loud and encompassing it is. You can 'feel' it...the vibration of it.
SO...what do you all think??
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