posted on Mar, 16 2013 @ 11:09 PM
Great video. It would help to grab someone in the house as well. But I imagine this was hard enough to get as it is.
Being skeptical of these reports, several times I have pulled up the phone numbers to businesses in the immediate area where sounds have been
reported, such as Dollar Stores, or Denny's Restaurants, or Waffle House's. You will get better information there, than if you call the local
university, sadly. I usually call at the lighter part of the day, apologize to the hourly worker who answers, that I am going to waste a little bit
of their time with some questions - if that is OK - about the noises being heard in the area, and wanted to talk with an honest person about whether
they are real or not.
So far, I called on cases in Wisconsin, Alabama, Seattle, Georgia and Ohio. So far, every single one has been confirmed either first hand, or by
knowing an immediate family member who witnessed the sound. In the Wisconsin case in late 2012, I called a Dollar General and spoke to Rita. Rita
said that the sound was so loud and the impact so jarring, that a couple items fell off the shelves and all the metal in the store slammed as if a
stick of dynamite had gone off just outside. It happened twice.
I usually yawn at plausible deniability trashionality from fake skeptics, but will absolutely listen if a skeptic does his footwork/data collection.
In the end, armchair and bookshelf SSkepticism is of no use to anyone but the person pontificating it.
Glad to have these first hand accounts coming in.
edit on 17-3-2013 by TheEthicalSkeptic because: (no reason given)