Distinct trumphet sounds are purported to have been heard in many place within the last year.
I live in North Carolina, and have wittnessed the Seneca Cannon breaking the sound barrior. There is still no plausible theory to explain the phenomenon that the Indians have in their legends before the arrival of Europeans. As an engineer I can write this off as possible methane pockets accumulating in the atmosphere and being sparked by static electricity. To date, there is nothing supporting my supposition.
But distinct trumphet sounds?, well that one over on me.
Well read the skuttlebutt in the link below:
Three tones + a technical noise, cycle = 9 sec, tone = E, (c), a
Germany, Mönchengladbach, 2012-01-22
Two tones + a technical noise, cycle = 10 sec, tone = A#, f#
Here are some more:
Single tone, longer cycle, tone = G
12. Januar 2012: forests of Alberta, Canada
Noise, cycle = 11 sec, tone = g#'
Interesting: If you slow down the recording to shift pitch from g# to f# this would possibly shorten the recording so that the interval also matches 10 seconds.
At least one of the tones allmost is in the range of f#-g-g#-(a).
Chile January 12, 2012
Two tones + a technical noise, cycle = 10 sec, tones = C, g#
Czech Republic, no more info
Two tones, cycle = 12 sec, tones = D,G
Question of faked strange sound videos - There are also some fakes on youtube, which have identical audio tracks, but with different video. So not all footages are real.
Examples of faked youtube videos:
same noise as here:
Greetings from Germany”
As you expect, every paranormal , Mayan prophecies and quirky religious group is a having a fields day with this one. But they do not know the cause significance or meaning of the phenomenon any more then we do.
Some think it is the Trumpets of Revelations. Well, that's unfalsifiable. I would contend, if so why weren't the trumpet heard when major significant events happen in the past ( Antichrist, wars and rumors of war, pestilence, earthquakes etc.)
"There are older and fouler things than Orcs, in the deep places of the world"- Lord of the Rings
People across Southeastern North Carolina reported feeling tremors or hearing booms on Tuesday morning.
Dozens of people commented on the StarNews Facebook page. A woman in Monkey Junction heard a boom at 10:05 a.m., and her windows rattled.
People in downtown Wilmington reported hearing noises, as did people in Castle Hayne, Bolivia, Leland and Southport, according to Facebook comments.
Shortly after 10:30 a.m., the New Hanover 911 center had received three calls about the noises and tremors, dispatchers said.
There was no earthquake or significant weather event that would have caused it, according to the Wilmington office of the National Weather Service.
There was a 1.8 magnitude earthquake in Virginia Tuesday, but it occurred hours earlier at 12:15 a.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
People in Brunswick County and New Hanover County were still reporting hearing or feeling noises and vibrations as late as 11:45 a.m. Tuesday.
To report what you heard, visit the StarNews’ Facebook page.
Booming and vibrations, often called the Seneca Guns, occur fairly often along the Southeastern North Carolina coast. To date, no satisfactory scientific explanation for the phenomenon has been found. The name comes from Seneca Lake in upstate New York, where the sounds are often heard.