Ok. So beginning around 3 A.M. i noticed a strange, rumbling for lack of a better way to describe it. Similar to the sound of a large diesel truck
idling next to me, but very distant. It was almost something you could feel in your chest, like heavy bass from a sub woofer. I smoke about every hour
so i will write about what i noticed when i went out.
4:00; The sound is still very noticeable. It was very dark, no one was driving, and the city was still asleep, so i could hear it very well still.
5:00; I fell asleep, pondering the source of this sound.
6:00; I wake up to my dog going haywire, which is rare. I walk out of the bed room and hear a strange rattling inside my house now, which i did not
hear last night. I realize, that my chimney is vibrating, and the metal at the base was shaking violently.. I step outside, with a couple of cars
driving around so the noise seemed quieter, but more bass heavy. As in I could actually FEEL it now when touching windows and walls of my house.
7:00; I step out to smoke with my girl, and she asks me if i hear something.. Mind you i had not mentioned anything at all to her. I asked her to
describe it to me, and she said "It sounds like a tractor running, but somewhere in the sky." The sun was beginning to rise and i noticed heavy cloud
coverage, even though today was forecasted to be sunny..
8:00; It is now 8. 5 hours later, the noise is still present, but much less so than it was earlier. Maybe due to the noise of the city waking up, cars
and such. I have a 30 minute drive to work, and need to make it in 17 so i am afraid i will have to cut this post short, but will keep you all up to
date. i would love to hear any opinions/theories on this, and will have news as to other people around the city heard it later tonight.
Here is the closest sound i could find to what we are hearing, given this is from space, but this is what it sounds like..
Peace&Love, hope to have some replies when i get home.
PS sorry for spelling errors, in a serious rush atm..
edit on 10-1-2012 by Sensi because: spelling