OK - this is not another thread with a sound, but given that we have them springing up everywhere I thought it would be beneficial if ALL those people
who have heard/recorded this sound can help in completing this spreadsheet I have created on google docs.
Sky Sounds Spreadsheet
Please add columns if they are relevant to the information.
Also - any sounds that sound like underground or unknown source.
I thought it easier to do a new thread than try and type this into each existing thread.
The goal here is to identify how often these are happening.
If you heard an incident but don't have a recording - please also note it down as it will give the bigger picture.
Once we have a reasonable collection of data, maybe then we can start to put an overview together as to the following
- When it is is happening
- Is the one event being heard truly across countries, geographic areas etc, and how widespread is it.
- Does the location prove it cannot be a localised event such as fracking, figher jets.
- Are they all the exact same sound
amongst other questions people may come up with...
It may be difficult, but ideally we would need the expertise of some users on here who have skills in the relevant areas, like sound recordings,
research for other possible causes, local knowledge.
I have to be completely honest, and say that this whole sound thing is beyond intriguing and I would love to be able to collectively get a 100% answer
as to what it is - as I am sure others would be.
I myself have heard the sound just once, in warwickshire UK a month or so ago - very unnerving sound. Didn't record it as was ill in bed, but it was
unquestionably the sound seen in numerous videos.
PLEASE - I am only really interested in input from people who have experienced it, or those that can contribute towards an answer. If you have
neither I would be very grateful if you would just not add to the thread at all.
Thanks in advance for the (hopefully) great input on this.
edit on 11-1-2012 by facchino because: added a line re more sounds - not just sky