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There was a thread last week that spoke about Verizon customers receiving an alert but theirs did not read like that I don't recall. I wonder how credible the news source is that you quoted? Hmmm?? Strange stuff I know.
Also, I think I recall reading where you don't think the sounds are being heard in Asia? Maybe another poster said that but it is my understanding that is where they began.
Originally posted by CorteZZ
Just as I read this thread title, I wonder how easy it is to brainwash people, over the internet.
Originally posted by NOrrTH
reply to post by LordAdef
What we heard was no hum or "War of the Worlds, trumpets" sound. It was the sound from the Florida video and it was extremely loud. I've posted this before but can't find my posts on the search engine.
My wife and inlaws were on holiday in Palm Desert, in a patio home on a golf course. I was inside with my wife and the inlaws were out on the patio. The jet engine type roar (see Florida video) started low and then turned up the volume so loud that I looked at my wife and said, "Cool! an earthquake!" and ran outside to see better. On the patio where by inlaw was reading the paper I immediately could tell the sound wasn't coming from the ground, but the air. I said "What the hell is that?" He shrugged. I ran out onto the golf course where I had an unobstructed 360 deg view of the sky, no trees and all buildings are one story, so I could see for miles. It was a crystal clear day, no clouds and the sky was EMPTY. Other people ran out onto the golf course and we looked at the sky and each other and all said, "What the hell is that?"
Having been to Palm Springs/Desert many times we are familiar with all manner of military and civilian jets. This was VERY unusual in that it was all encompassing, the sound just came and went, not from any direction, was extremely loud, lasted for about 3 minutes, the ground didn't shake at all, nothing was in the sky.
My theory, having experienced this, as far fetched as it sounds, is that we heard some sort of cloaked slow moving military air craft.
Originally posted by freakdaddy70
I wish my phone would have done a better job of picking up the hum.
Originally posted by Tallone
reply to post by MadMaxZombie
Most likely sources such as trains, planes, and industrial machinery able to be ruled out.
Anyone welcome to point to any aspects shared with the majority of genuine appearing reports.
Here is the link to the Sound Tracker map.