posted on May, 4 2012 @ 10:35 PM
I too heard a rather overwhelming, which in my opinion is an understatement, noise one night.
The instance occurred probably within the last month or so during late at night. I've come across threads like this before so I was defiantly aware
of the wide concern and knowledge of "the noise". I live probably 40 mins outside New York City on Long Island so I am pretty use to hearing strange
sounds. Im surrounded by a hand full of airports so I constantly hear airplanes crossing over and while even reading this thread and typing this
response I can say that I have honestly heard at least 6 airplanes fly overheard.
I was up doing work one night when suddenly this sound, a sound like I've never heard before, startled me from outside. Like I said before Im aware
of fringe topics and when I heard this sound I really thought it was the "SHTF", like the moment in which everything that is discussed on this forum
was about to go down. I jumped to the window and stuck my head outside. For a good 30 to 40 seconds this monstrous pitch ripped across the sky. When I
say ripped it literally sounded like the sky was being torn apart. Normally when I hear airplanes theres a prolonged Doppler effect where you can hear
the plane incoming and slowly fade out but the sound never peaks to an unbearable point. This sound in particular could have literally came from above
my house. I dont know if it was a jet, but all I can say is that I have never heard a jet fly over or come close to my house. The noise almost
reminded me of that sound a blow torch makes, a kind of raspy fuel burning sound. I dont know if it was actually the sound or the shear thought of the
"SHTF" that sent me into panic mode but something didn't seem natural during that time frame. After it happened I saw a plane, which appeared as a
spec in the sky, fly over in the distant sky. It was defiantly a sound like no other and in contrast to the normal airplanes I hear constantly, theres
another one, this noise was a hundred times more intense by far.