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Originally posted by Irish614
www.youtube.com... this is the video in reference
Well this morning 1:30 am EST I had just finished watching SNL when I heard what I thought to be bass from a car radio, I muted the tv and looked out the window and heard a constant roar. I thought oh it must be a train, until it lasted for over 20 minutes. I live in Upstate NY , the sound stopped as quickly as it arrived. I thought I'd post it and see if theres anyone in my neck of the woods who uses ATS and can verify.edit on 5/22/2011 by Irish614 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Grifter81
It sounds like an aircraft of some sort to me. Reminds me of the Aurora reports in the late 80's/early 90's. Heres a quote from wikipedia:
"On 23 March 1992, near Amarillo, Texas, Steven Douglas photographed the "donuts on a rope" contrail and linked this sighting to distinctive sounds. He described the engine noise as: "strange, loud pulsating roar... unique... a deep pulsating rumble that vibrated the house and made the windows shake... similar to rocket engine noise, but deeper, with evenly timed pulses."
Reports were heard in the USA and in Britain. I don't know how long the noise from a hypersonic aircraft could linger for but I imagine it could be quite a while. It would also be gone before you heard it as I assume it would be flying at high altitude.
edit on 22/5/2011 by Grifter81 because: Spelling
Originally posted by SpunGCake
reply to post by Irish614
ok so the sound ended as soon it as it arrived or it lasted for 20 minutes? which is it?
any how i saw a thing on yahoo about a week ago about there being a loud boom and i think it was in north carolina (i think) and 911 blew up cuz every1 heard it they said they think it was an asteroid entering the atmosphere. but who knows?
Originally posted by eagleeye2
Theres probably only afew of this machine around the world let alone in the US but it could be interpreted as a possibility in the strange noise case(s).
Originally posted by Phage
Well I'm impressed. 8 flags and this is the first reply.
I don't live in Florida...or New York.edit on 5/22/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)