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Originally posted by JohnySeagull
Posted this earlier in the Florida thread, hadn't seen this one. Just copied post below.
"OK, I am kinda freaked out now.
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. "
Originally posted by Visiting ESB
These reports are coming up everywhere: San Diego, LA, West VA, Florida, New York/New Jersey, Canada, UK,,,the latest video with the sound is from the Ohio River:
Debunkers, you've got to really do better on this one if you plan to pull this into the world of the mundane. It is simply not a weather event or anything ordinary. It is causing the ground to shake for as long as the sound is happening.
Anyone's opinion welcome...including debunkers...edit on Mon Mar 21 2011 by DontTreadOnMe because: embed the video