UPDATE 1/1: I overlooked something important. In the Unsolved Mysteries episode at the end of this post, victim Hal Runiana moved from Detroit to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. I think this is a connection because Windsor is directly across from Michigan. Coincidence? I wonder. What Hal heard couldn’t be recorded. Could it be the “hum” is just more intense in Windsor?
Two years ago residents of Windsor, Ontario, Canada began experiencing an unexplained humming or vibrating noise. The humming had diminished over the past six months but now it’s returned with greater intensity. A little background here.
It’s been described as an idling diesel engine and residents say the hum disturbs their sleep and is a constant annoyance. One resident claims he can feel it in his chest. A government study claims the vibrations are coming from Zug Island, an industrial area of Michigan here. They recommend more study to pinpoint the source.
Windsor resident Sonya Skillings in a Windsor Star interview here, says:
“We have picture frames on the wall and they were shaking last night,” Sonya Skillings, a mother of two, told The Star Sunday. “It’s never been that bad where we actually had things move on the walls.”
There is talk of legal action, but it’s not clear who to sue. More investigation is needed to pinpoint the source, however that appears to have stalled. Meanwhile, the residents have a real problem without an exact cause or remedy.
MORE AFTER THE JUMP…