posted on Dec, 3 2013 @ 09:33 AM
Do you guys ever let your friends play with your phones? There are numerous apps for both Android and iPhone that do the prank calls like you both
have experienced. It would also make sense that a prank app is being used because there is no ringing and the app takes over and goes straight to the
I would look on both of your phones for apps that are installed that shouldn't be.
I don't think this, or most incidents like this can be explained by an app downloaded by a friend whose gotten hold of your phone.
A similar thing has happened to me. I was making a call to a friend interstate(mobile to mobile). There was no "ringing" tone that you usually hear
before someone picks up, it answered immediately, and I immediately began hearing weird sounds, like some sort of creature was on the other end. I
wouldn't describe it as alien, but rather more electronic. I didn't hang on the line as long as the OP, more like 30 seconds and thought f*** this,
ended the call and tried again, which I got through on the second attempt, and my friend also said that he did not receive any call from me prior to
the current call he answered.
However I have another experience with the same weird sounds, but where the call actually went through to a friend, and the friend said the call went
through, but all they could hear as well, was the same weird sounds that I was hearing and that OP describes hearing.
I figure it must be "lines" getting crossed.
There are hundreds of millions of mobile phones out there being used. If it can happen on land line phones, then I'm sure it can also happen on mobile
If you think about it, it makes a lot of sense. The OP, his girlfriend, and I all describe some noise on the other end, as if someone is trying to
talk, but the sound is all screwed up. In my unqualified opinion, I reckon it's just the radio waves and what not floating around out there and being
exchange and bouncing around causing lines to get crossed.
edit on 3-12-2013 by iBallinU because: (no reason given)