Video clips from around the world have captured an evil-sounding ‘trumpet’ noise coming from the sky — but no one can explain exactly what it is, the New York Post reports.
A number of people have filmed the bizarre sound over the past years, with the latest coming from Germany.
In the clip, shot last month, and published on YouTube Apr 4, 2015, a young child can be seen frozen with fear after the strange sound boomed from the sky.
Canadian woman Kimberly Wookey has captured a number of these unexplained events, stating on YouTube: “This is the second time I personally have heard these sounds here in Terrace BC Canada. First time was June 19th 2013 at approx. 9-9:30am but it was not quite as intense.
“On the morning of August 29th 2013 at approx. 7:30am I was awoken by these sounds. I shot out of bed realizing it was the same sounds I had heard before.”
This is her terrifying video.
These sounds have appeared around the world the last few years and nobody can explain what it is, with even NASA just guessing.
News reporters are as baffled as the rest of us.
UK’s Metro reported that, according to NASA, it could be the Earth’s “background noise.”
A spokesperson from the agency said: “If humans had radio antennas instead of ears, we would hear a remarkable symphony of strange noises coming from our own planet.”
Scientists call them “tweeks,” “whistlers” and “sferics.”
“They sound like background music from a flamboyant science fiction film, but this is not science fiction,” a NASA official said. “Earth’s natural radio emissions are real and, although we’re mostly unaware of them, they are around us all the time.”
But the strange thing is; the sound has not been heard before the last few years, and if this is the Earth’s “background noise.” as NASA claims, wouldn't it be common to hear it since forever?
The mystery remains unsolved.
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