posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 12:54 PM
I have to really ask, OP, are you trolling?
You live near train tracks, you hear trains, but you claim there are no trains? There are trains, they are sounding their horns, there is no mystery
FYI, you know sound travels faster and is clearer at night, right? The temperature is lower, and sound travels better through cooler air. In addition,
there is less background noise from daytime traffic. So if you're suggesting that the "ghost train" sounds louder and should be closer than the
ones you hear in the day, you're just confused by the fact that sound travels faster and cleaner at night.
I live with train tracks about three miles away, and I hear trains coming through the station all the time. At night, those sounds are louder, to the
point where I can clearly hear the rhythmic sounds of the tracks and the horn too. This doesn't mean that at night there is a ghost train closer to