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Ireland: County Laois - A Very Strange Sound From All Over the Sky

Posted: July 4, 2009

Date: 5 6 2009
Time: 23.40
Number of witnesses: 2
Number of objects: 1
Shape of objects: Small lights
Weather Conditions: Cloudy sky

Description: We both heard a very very strange sound when we were in the house. It was a deep sound that washed in and out, in and out. I didn't know what it was at first - it sounded like a boiler, but we both looked at each other both in shock because it was a much bigger sound than that. We went outside and the sound came from the sky, but it seemed to come from all over the sky - it was very hard to locate the source of the sound. We eventually saw the source of the sound - a light fly away which looked like a plane, but the sound was no sound of a normal plane. It was much deeper, widespread and it washed inward and outward.

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Hear that? It may be a mystery hum

If you listen closely enough, you might hear it.

For years, people all over the world have reported hearing a strange and persistent humming sound. Not everybody can hear the humming but those who say they hear it describe it as sounding something like a distant idling diesel engine. Usually, the low-frequency noise is hard to pick up with microphones and no one can figure out exactly where it comes from.

Many people who claim to hear the humming sound say they can hear it more clearly inside buildings instead of outdoors. Some say they can also feel vibrations throughout their bodies. The sound is often heard more intensely at night and earplugs are little help. Those poor folks who can't sleep during the night because of the sound are often called "hum sufferers," according to a Web site about the weird phenomenon.

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Canada: Ranchlands residents hear strange noises

Calgary - Some residents of Ranchlands say they have been hearing some strange noises in their community.

"It's almost like a giant refrigerator just getting louder and louder and louder," says Dana Negrey, a resident of the northwest neighbourhood. "Our neighbours on both sides have commented [on hearing the noise] and done their own pursuits to a degree...one neighbour, in fact, thought I was out at 4 a.m. with a leaf blower.'

Negrey says he first heard the noise last summer. He has a sound-proof recording room in his basement and recorded the sound several times since.