The taos hum
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UK | Have you heard 'the Hum'? For decades, hundreds of people worldwide have been plagued by an elusive buzzing noise known as "the Hum". Some have blamed gas pipes or power lines, others think their ears are faulty. A few even think sinister forces could be at work. "It's a kind of torture, sometimes you just want to scream," exclaims retired head teacher Katie Jacques. Sitting in the living room of her home in the suburbs of Leeds, the 69-year-old grandmother describes the dull drone she says is making her life a misery.
BBC - Bristol - The Bristol Hum: your viewpoints Do you suffer from the elusive Bristol Hum? The Bristol hum has blighted sufferers in the city for decades - but what is behind the elusive buzzing noise? Hearing gone wrong or could sinister forces be to blame? The hum is a phenomenon that has been reported in towns and cities across the world from Canada to New Zealand. In Britain, the most famous example was the Bristol hum that made headlines in the late 1970s. One newspaper asked readers in the city: "Have you heard the Hum?"
People around the world have reported hearing strange sounds from the skies over the past month. Sometimes they describe it as a hum or low rumble; other times it’s a whine, thump, or even a melody. Often the sounds have been recorded and posted online, fueling rumors and conspiracy theories. One blogger wrote, “either the world is ending, aliens are landing or everyone is getting hoaxed. Or, possibly, there’s an actual scientific explanation for the mass amount of YouTube videos capturing bizarre sounds that are being heard around the globe. Mysterious Sounds Reported Around the World
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The Taos hum derives its name from the town of Taos, New Mexico, one of the places where the hum can be heard by "hearers" (as they call themselves). It is sometimes called by other names, all derived from their location, but it is commonly known as the Taos hum. Both visitors to these locations and residents may be afflicted with the humming sound and it is known to strike very suddenly and it often remains, never ceasing. However, it is not constant for all of the hearers; some experience intervals when they don't hear the hum. The Taos hum is sometimes described as the sound of a diesel engine running in the distance, but no one ever shuts it off. What is making that strange hum sound in Taos, New Mexico?
In case anyone was remembering another story of "Strange Sounds," it was and is the "Taos Hum." This notably occurred in the early 1990s. And Hey! It was even on "Unsolved Mysteries." [link to www.unsolved-mysteries.com] "With an eye made quiet by the power of harmony and the deep power of joy, we see into the life of things." The Original of "Strange Sounds," The Taos Hum
The Taos hum is an extremely mysterious and widespread phenomenon that seems to have no discernible cause. It is a humming sound that is very disorienting for a person who experiences it and it seems to have an effect on people that are located in certain areas around the globe. The strangest part about it is that not all people in these areas hear it and it seems to be a very real thing. The Taos Hum - Strange Noise that Afflicts People Around the Globe
The Hum is a phenomenon, or collection of phenomena, involving widespread reports of a persistent and invasive low-frequency humming, rumbling, or droning noise not audible to all people. Hums have been widely reported by national media in the UK and the United States. The Hum is sometimes prefixed with the name of a locality where the problem has been particularly publicized: e.g., the "Bristol Hum", the "Taos Hum", or the "Bondi Hum". Data from a Taos Hum study suggests that a minimum of two percent and perhaps as many as 11 percent of the population could detect the Taos Hum and the Daily Telegraph in 1996 likewise reported a figure of two percent of people hearing the Bristol Hum.:575 For those who can hear the Hum it can be a very disturbing phenomenon and it has been linked to at least three suicides in the UK. However, amongst those who cannot hear the hum and some specialists, there has been skepticism about whether it, in fact, exists. The Hum
Citizens in Britain and portions of the Southwestern U.S. have been complaining about a maddening hum that just won't go away. And researchers have been unable to pinpoint its source. Not everyone can hear the low-pitched hum, and those who do say that it seems artificial in nature - and is driving them crazy. In 1977, a British newspaper received nearly 800 letters from people complaining of loss of sleep, dizziness, shortness of breath, headaches, anxiety, irritability, deteriorating health, inability to read or study because of the incessant hum. The Taos Hum
Mysterious booms, annoyingly persistent hums, and underground mechanical rumblings that defy explanation In January, 1999, a loud boom at 12:15 a.m. disturbed the residents of Colorado Springs and Denver. Some witnesses said the noise was accompanied by a flash of light in the sky. Unexplained Sounds
Hmm…The Hum is Back: Windsor, Ontario « Strange Sounds in the Sky
The Taos Hum is perhaps the most famous of the “Hum Phenomenon” that is experienced in various locations around the world. In brief, a “hum” appears to be a low frequency sound with a rhythmic pulse to it. Many of the people that have claimed to hear or suffer from this humming have apparently claimed that it sounds like a “far away diesel engine”. It’s named after the town of Taos in New Mexico where it is claimed that it is quite common to hear it. In fact, it was so common that the good citizens and sufferers banded together in 1993 and petitioned the American Congress to investigate the source of this annoyance. Mystery Hum - Exploring the Phenomenon of the Mystery Hum
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strange sounds We've been having a bit of a noise problem in our neighborhood. The teenage kid who lives a few houses down the street has decided to become a rock star. He has a mother who is either very indulgent or very deaf. The neighbors aren't feeling quite so tolerant... Of course after dark is the very best time to play loud electric music, and I use the word "music" generously here. Last night, as we sat on the patio watching the moon rise, a loud and eery noise drifted up alongside it.
If you listen closely, you’ll find that the earth is full of sounds. Some are things that you hear every day, some are truly remarkable and some sounds hail from origins completely unknown. What follows here is a list of “sonic mysteries” for your pleasure – many of them include audio. 1. Strange an mysterious Sounds from the Earth - Mistpouffers,hum,bloop,Hell Hole,slow down,wow
Since the end of 2011 through the beginning of 2012 the internet has been abuzz with a new phenomenon I am calling Unidentified Strange Sounds or USS’s. Others have called these amazing noises Sky Quakes. Although all the ones I personally have heard were like a huge swarm of cicada insects found in the southern US. The cicada gives off a high pitch sound. In one of the videos the high pitch sound was mixed with howling, very creepy; this made the hair on the back of my neck stand up. Then many of the others consistently sounded like waves of loud trumpeting horns or whale calls. Truth Seeker Forum | Archive | Strange Sounds from Beyord
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