The strangest sound I've ever heard coming from the sky did not sound like the descriptions in this article. It was about 3 AM and I heard a strange creature screaming coming from the dark sky. I never saw what it was and I have never heard a similar creature.
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These sounds were aired years ago on TV news. No one at the time knew anything about those sounds. The news also played a recording of odd sounds in the ocean. The only odd noise I heard a few years ago was a very loud boom. I went outside and talked to a neighbour who said it shook the house. She said her husband phoned the RCMP. As we stood in my driveway, another neighbour drove up to us and said the loud boom scared his cattle. I watched a cop car drive by too. No one found out the source of the boom.
This is indeed a mystery.
Knowledge without understanding is not wisdom. (An excerpt from a message I channeled from a Deity.)
Personally I haven't heard any of these booms or screeching sounds in the sky and for awhile I figure it like a flash mob of people getting together across the world to record these sounds, some of them sounding like trumpets. There are tons of videos with these weird noises, It's hard to say if it is a hoax or something beyond our normal recognition, yet I don't believe the Taos hum could be denied which as far as I can tell has been heard since the 1970's. I had wondered if it wasn't those who are sensitive picking up on the natural hum of the earth. But in 2012 I had a horrible few months and was able to hear this low vibrating kind of sound on top of my already screamingly high pitch tinnitus. I was in the San Fernando Valley, quite a long way off from Taos. Really glad that tone went away. But what was it?, and why do these phenoms seem periodic.