posted on Jan, 18 2012 @ 09:17 AM
reply to post by RandalFlagg
Authorities have a penchant for prosecuting people that call 911 over what they might consider frivolous.
Further, calling authorities about 'strange sounds', might also get one a free ride to the closest state run psychiatric institution for evaluation,
which, could very well last a very long time, and is a legal grey area where you'd not be under arrest per se, but, if the doctors don't think
you're 'well', or of 'sound mind', then, you're not really fit to make decisions for yourself.
Thus, yeah, sure, go ahead and call the authorities, who may even interpret your call as you attempting to instigate a mass panic.
Chicken Little syndrome is never fashionable.
Recommendations: since some UFO and paranormal 'researchers' have claimed success in capturing things on video using IR/UV adapted cameras to
capture things that would normally be invisible to the naked eye, it might garner some attention if you too adapted cameras for Infrared and
Ultraviolet, then begin looking for something unseen/cloaked that could be causing the sounds when/if the sounds happen.
You could be the first. You could be the internet popular for discovering where the sounds are coming from if you're the first to use IR/UV
adaptations to see something that can't be seen in the visible spectrum.