I'm living in IRELAND and just expierenced a very similar event last night(20th March).
I was in bedroom last night and thought I heard a plane. Nothing new in that. The only thing is five minutes later I could still hear it. Got out of
bed and stuck my head out the window. First off there was a pretty weird sky. Pretty cloudy but the moon was bright enough that it was shining through
it. There was some orange light in parts of the sky too. Now I would usually put a lot of this down to light pollution but there was some straight
ahead of me that there would be no light pollution possible which was really annoying trying to figure out what was causing it.
The sound was much louder when I stuck my head out the window. Couldn't see anything in the sky which is where the sound was coming from but it was
very hard to pinpoint. Usually you would dismiss it as plane but it just kept going. The whole thing lasted approx. 20mins maybe 30. I wasn't sure
how long I was listening to it before getting outta bed. I know it finished at 11.55pm.
There is only two explnations I have for this and thats why I am kinda fraked out.
1. This was some huge craft passing overhead.
2. It was so wierd it was like sound was broke, or not working right. ( I know that don't make much sense but thats what it was like)
I didn't record this simply because I knew if I went to get something to tape it , it would have stopped when I came back and I didn't wanna take my
eyes off the sky.
Maybe it is a cloaked airplane that can hover, and it is hovering over the house to see how long they can annoy the occupants before making an exit.
This explains also the cases of other people hearing the noise over their houses. For some reason the air force, black ops, whatever, has decided to
have this noisy airplane hover over residential houses for long periods of times to see if they remain invisible and yet at the same time cause
confusion and panic.
I live on the coast and we get sound from thunder miles away, also lightening just like the so called expert said it was.
That sound is nothing like it,like everyone else, i think its quite freaky i havent heard anything like that before.
Being the American I am, I skipped to about a minute left on the vid. What a spooky noise! I do remember reading a lady posting something similar from
Washington St. a few months ago. Both being near water, could it be... is C'thulu back?
What you heard was a Ramjet/Plasma Rocket engine affixed to a craft with capability for vertical takeoff. It was of immense power and the light that
you saw was the vessel taking off at an incredible speed. Timing the sound fade from light flash and you get an idea of how fast it was traveling.
Listen to the hum of this Ramjet, A Plasma rocket audio sample I have not heard as most test videos I believe have edited audio so that you would not
be able to identify it in the wild.
Distance was probably 5mile range from the OP's youtube link.
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Keep in mind as well the pitch of the youtube video is deeper. The characteristics of the sound as compared to the ramjet video are similar only
higher in pitch. A craft would have a large engine and would be moving more air. Big engine big sound.
Mother nature is not going to eat Florida. Relax and enjoy the almighty power of America's Army.
I always hear a similar noise where I live too.. I live close to an RAF base so I always assumed the noise came from there. Sometimes i hear it in the
middle of the night and can go for 20 mins or more.
The problem with this thread is that there is no sources but just a video that claims that they did not know what was causing the sound. The video
was taken in Florida. There were rocket launches during that week in Florida not to mention that Nasa and other agencies test rockets. I had posted a
rocket test video from nasa earlier. Same pitch and duration.
Here is the vide in case some of you missed it.
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The little I watched of that video, it reeks of a farce and here is why I conclude that, like so many other alien sighting videos. First the girl says
the sound stops before it actually does stop, how does she know it's going to stop? The shaky camera jostling all around seemingly starts to settle
and points to the sky right before the flash near the end, as though it was expected to happen right when this shaky cameraman gains some composure.
Don't any of you find that odd?
So many times I watch these videos and the same seemingly pre directed camera aims appear to focus (and in this case state) the action before it takes
place. That sets off my suspicious meter.
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If the flash of light marks the end of whatever makes the sound, then it seems to be no more than 1 kilometer away. The time from the flash and until
the sound starts to change, is no more than 3 seconds ~ 1 kilometer. The sound continues a few seconds more until it fades away, just like the sound
from thunder. Not saying this is thunder though. I would go about 1 kilometer in the direction the sound was coming from and examine the ground and
surroundings for any clues.. Maybe talk to people living close to that area..
Bottom line, counting the distance from the sound, excludes the airport as the source of the sound.
Hope I'm making myself clear enough, have a bad case of brainfog today..
I have to say that was interesting, I have never heard nor felt anything like that before. I think it would have been unnerving. She at one point said
she was getting sick..possibly motion sickness? It sounded like something was hovering near or above them. Plus there was more than one flash of
light, have no idea what that is? I don't know if I believe in HAARP, I guess I have to look that up.
That's a very interesting video, thanks for finding that. However, the burn time of the Three Rocketdyne main shuttle engines from the main fuel tank
is only 480 seconds, that huge tank is spent in 8 minutes. The solid fuel booster rockets expire in one forth of that time, 124 seconds or just about
2 minutes. The 20 minute duration IS curious, we don't have rockets with that fuel capacity to burn 20 minutes without various stages. The shuttle
reaches an immediate instable orbit after about 8 minutes 30 seconds from with the cut-off of the main engines.
didn't read all the pages but when i heard her say springhill road (Tallahassee) written in the description , i went and checked google earth , and
guess what , they live just south of Tallahassee Regional Airport , check it out your self , so i think there is some thing happening in that airport
like jet engine maintenance (what ever you call it) or some thing like that ?
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