Around the world, the mysterious hum drives people crazy


The mysterious hum heard in places like Bristol (England), Bondi (Australia) and Taos (New Mexico). In the photo — the settlement of the Pueblo of Taos

He sneaks under the cover of night and hear once more from him will never get rid of …

He is known as a drone (The Hum), the constant buzzing sound that is heard in different places such as Taos, New Mexico, Bristol, England, Scotland.

However, one can not determine the source of the sound and why it hears only certain small percentage of the population in some areas. This mystery remains in the top 10 unexplained phenomena.

The first information started to emerge from the 1950s from people suddenly began to chase the low-frequency, pulsating hum.

All of these unexplained cases have common parts. Typically, Gul was heard in the room in the dark. It is also a well-marked and distributed in rural or suburban areas. This is probably due to the high level of overall noise in urban areas.

Who hears the roar?

Only about two percent of people hear this roar, and only in certain areas of the Earth. According to statistics from research in 2003 most people hear the noise from 55 to 70 years.

Most people who hear the rumble (sometimes referred to as "students" or "Hammer") describe a sound similar to the sound of the diesel engine at idle. Many of the noise brings to despair.

"This is comparable to torture, sometimes you want to scream from impotence," — said in an interview with the BBC pensioner Katie Jacques Leeds. Leeds resident in the UK, in an area which has recently appeared Ghul.

"The worst night," — says Jacques. "I can not sleep because I hear this pulsating, irritating sound … constantly toss and turn and this is almost impossible to sleep."

Most of the victims have completely normal hearing. Victims complain of headaches, nausea, dizziness, nosebleeds and sleep disorder. It has been recorded even one suicide.

The zone where the Buzz

One of the first places manifestations Gul called English city of Bristol. In 1970, about eight hundred people heard the haunting, steady humming noise, which, in the end, was decommissioned on local factories, we are surfing twenty-four hours a day.

Another massive case was recorded in 1991, near Taos, New Mexico. Residents of the area have complained about the low-frequency, almost rattling sound. A team of researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory was not able to find out the sources of the mysterious sound.

Another hotspot accounts for Windsor, Ontario. Recently, researchers from the University of Windsor and the University of Western Ontario have received a grant to study and determine the cause of the Buzz of its appearance.

Just for a few years, Australian researchers have studied the mysterious noise in Bondi, Sydney seaside area, but all to no avail. "This drone is pushing people to madness. All you can do is turn on the music, and at the time of his silence "- told The Daily Telegraph magazine, one of the residents.

Returning to the United States in 2003, the authorities of the State of Indiana funding research in Kokomo. The investigation revealed that one of the factories in the city, namely Daimler Chrysler was producing noise at certain frequencies. Despite the preventive work, some people continue to complain about the drone.

That still generates Buzz?

Most researchers are of the opinion that this phenomenon is under a real reason, and not the result of mass hysteria or pranks aliens.

As is the case with the city of Kokomo, ranked first in the list of suspects is industrial equipment. In one case it was possible to trace the source of the noise. It appeared to be the central heating unit.

Other researchers in the list is recorded causes a high pressure pipelines, power lines, wireless communication devices and so on. However, only occasionally hum can be related to the mechanical or electrical source.

There is a theory that the drone may be the result of low-frequency electromagnetic radiation that is audible only to a narrow circle of people. It is likely that there are people with special sensitivity to signals outside the normal range of human hearing.

Come into question, and environmental factors. Perhaps the reason is that the seismic activity, in particular the low-frequency microseismic tremors. And the reason for such shocks can act ocean waves.

Other hypotheses, such as the military or underwater communication experiments have not yet found evidence.

"The nature of this phenomenon is hidden under the cloak of secrecy for forty years, and perhaps we will soon know the true origin of this mysterious Hum", — says the BBC.

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