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OMG Google Trends for STRANGE SOUNDS WAY WAY UP in the Past Week!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 8936889:MV8xNzU2MDY2XzI5MTIyODUxXzg2OTczNjI4] [quote:Anonymous Coward 8883753:MV8xNzU2MDY2XzI5MTIxMDU2XzQ1NTVEREQ=] ref: inuit hear polarlights: http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/mysteries/northernlights.html "Some people claim to hear noises associated with the northern lights, but documenting this phenomenon has been difficult." [/quote] My mother in law lives in the far north of Scotland and always talked about the hum associated with the aurora. Not all the time though. I was there one night during an aurora and heard the hum BUT there are pylons nearby and it was a wet night so could have been them. MIL wasn't there to confirm whether it was an aurora hum or a pylons hum. :-) My husband never heard the hum in his years living there but my sister in law claims to have done and this was in the years before the pylons went up. [/quote]
This is very spooky and reflects the internet searches for the term STRANGE SOUNDS
Remember of the dozen plus strange sounds coming from the sky videos means there were probably hundreds of people who did not video it but heard it and looked on Google to see what it was.
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