Here is a response for a few of the statements posted here...
For those of you that think only certain people can hear it, that may be true for some of the lower sound quality videos, but I don't personally
believe its because of the frequency. Has anyone ever said they watched the Kiev video and said they couldn't hear anything?
If anyone can't hear that, please post up so we can either get validation that its a possibility, or if no one says they can't, then its more likely
due to that persons audio system on their phone, PC, or their own ear problems.
For those that are convinced its all a viral marketing ad or fake, then why would 40+ residents call the mayor and report it in the below link? Keep
in mind the mayor also heard these sounds:
At the end, they even have a scientists "explain" these events as being related to cosmic events being amplified and somehow reverberate through the
radio antennas. He also says its "normal" - move on, nothing to see here.
If its so normal, why is it only recently happening? And if its normal, why would there be so many questions about it? If its normal, this would have
been heard and explained years or even decades ago.
Here is another video from the news that agrees with those that think its a viral video. The audio Guy they have on here says its a mix of
waterphones, concrete being dragged, and a lions roar I think.
But this is just following a disinformation/misinformation script.
1. First, we ignore it.
2. Next, we make fun of it.
3. Now, lets say its a hoax.
4. Then, we explain as natural, nothing to see here.
And that's where we are at now. A mix of all 4 of these are clearly going on.
Keep in mind that the video "explaining" the sounds as a viral video came out first. Then they were forced to completely change their stance AND
their explanation when the mayor and too many others heard it in the first video I posted.
We have contradicting stories and explanations coming from the media. Again, why have a scientist come on to explain these sounds if they are a hoax?
And don't forget, they tried to calm you by providing you with the answer you wanted to hear: Its a hoax. Its a viral video.
Then when it could no longer be disputed, that's when they give you the other answer you'll accept: Natural sounds being amplified by radio
Which, of course, doesn't explain all the vidoes (that aren't audio copies of Kiev) that show this sound happens even in the middle of nowhere.