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The hum in connecticut

 
Vincent
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11/21/2011 02:41 PM
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The hum in connecticut
Have been hearing it for years, driving me crazy...
copsne

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12/01/2011 06:33 PM
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Re: The hum in connecticut
Have been hearing it for years, driving me crazy...
 Quoting: Vincent 5800225


Since mid 2009 here in Brookfield. what town are you experirincing. I have measured from Gaylordsville/ danbury to Middlebury/ Naugatuck to west ahrtford.
Anonymous Coward
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12/01/2011 06:42 PM
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Re: The hum in connecticut
i've ben told it's the natural gas lines. i'm also in brookfield.
Anonymous Coward
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12/01/2011 06:51 PM
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Re: The hum in connecticut
There's no such thing as a "hum"

-Signed,

A resident of Taos

(Yes, that was sarcasm)
". ole
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12/01/2011 06:54 PM
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Re: The hum in connecticut
is that human ist an ?
centrist77

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12/01/2011 07:02 PM

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Re: The hum in connecticut
what section of the state, I am in Connecticut
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12/01/2011 07:06 PM
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Re: The hum in connecticut
That would be a great title for a horror movie...

Coming soon to a theater near you...one of the scariest movies in years....

"The Hum In Connecticut"


Coming soon.
". ole lol
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12/01/2011 07:17 PM
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humanitas oh yeah that one sucked.
". ole lol
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12/01/2011 07:18 PM
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Re: The hum in connecticut
hum on i bag or something.

like eh nice/bag suit i hope you enjoy it more at your own home.

like neverland from mj.
high country nc
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12/01/2011 07:35 PM
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no hum here for three days now, unusual.

Only other place I've heard it around here is at linville gorge, home of the brown mountain lights.

Farrkin shite practically mugs me as I am stepping out of my car when I get home, like an over eager big dog with lots of slobber.

This is only the second or third time I've gotten a multi day break in the two and a half years I've been hearing it.

Onset was a bitch, dove under a bed and took off into the woods to shake it. Came to my senses in a small gulley/holler that I later noticed being completely directionally shielded from power lines.

Hum follows me out of the house and out in the woods a good ways. Goes away with even the slightest sound, fridge running, airplanes over head out doors ... must have lots of quiet to get it on strong. I think more folks would hear it if so much background noise wasn't so normal.
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12/02/2011 08:06 AM
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12/02/2011 09:41 AM
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930 am hum back. Don't know how long it took me to realize, seems like less than a minute. oh well, thanks for the four days.
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12/02/2011 10:03 AM
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Re: The hum in connecticut
Does (almost)no one else on this forum have hum issues?
Any extreme onset types?

Been bumping this thread for a day and a half with no comments.

This is an alien noise, and onset (in some folks, I suspect genetics plays a role in all this) triggers an incredible fight or flight surge, and with nothing to fight and no where to flight you pretty much curl up into a ball and/or dive for cover and then do the curling into a ball thing.

It's involuntary more or less, at first anyway. After diving under a bed and curling into a little ball I figured that whatever it was that just did that to me would locate me pretty easily if I stayed in that ridiculous hiding spot and that I'd be much more difficult to gather up (alien suspicion, or black ops, whatever) were I on the run in rough terrain.

I took off running into the woods, later, I 'came to' in a spot that has no cell phone reception and no line of sight to power lines. I don't know if this played into it, but I noticed it later.

It was about a year later with hum that I stumbled across a document describing these extreme symptoms that lined up with my experience close enough so that I knew wtf happened that day of onset.

I don't think it was an abduction, unless you count my free will, but who knows, don't have much a clue how much time passed.

Hang on folks something weird headed humanities direction.
Anonymous Coward
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12/15/2011 07:53 PM
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Re: The hum in connecticut
I know what it is! I know all the BS that is used to cover it up: Who the shills are, the secrets/lies that are used, who the major players are in the conspiracy, the corporations involved, the physics of it, the economics, the tactics, the extent of the problem, why it's getting worse, and most importantly what the effects on the general population are.
Steve from CT
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Re: The hum in connecticut
Haven't checked this site for awhile. The poster in Brookfield besides me, please contact me at c_o_p_s_ne@yahoo.com

Steve

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