The strange sounds phenomenon, heard all over the world in late 2011, is back after a nearly two year break. What is the explanation?
In a video posted to YouTube on Aug. 29, the sounds, now known as "skyquakes" or "sky trumpets", can be heard in all their spooky glory as a woman, going by the name of Kimberly Wookey, points her video camera at the peaceful, sleepy, early morning street scene outside her window.
The audio of the video includes what sounds like a freight train slamming on its brakes. Or, as some would put it, a movie monster being struck in the heart with an arrow.
Either way, it's some of the creepiest sounds ever heard playing against the backdrop of a typically serene, Canadian residential neighborhood.
The setting is listed as Terrace, BC, Canada, which is near the same location of several famous "sky trumpet" incidents videotaped in late 2011.
This particular video doesn't fall into the same category as its more famous predecessors. There are no people reacting to the screeches, and a gentle rain, accented with the distant rumblings of thunder, plays out behind the weird noises.
But no instance to date has caught the eerie sounds with such quality or clarity.
Click the video for a listen. Either something truly strange is happening in the skies over Canada, or somebody is playing a magnificent joke on the rest of the world.
What do you think? Is this a hoax? A movie PR stunt?
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