This is just too much. If you recall last year the internet went viral over the Florida and Kiev strange sound events. Then everyone forgot. The internet has a very short memory. I stumbled upon the Kiev and Florida sound videos when looking at ufo videos. I like weird stuff. I took a course last year in web development and at that time I learned how to use WordPress. Because I noticed other less known sound event videos being posted, and found them scary, I decided to create a blog. Blogs are generally created to discuss things people find interesting. I spent time looking for the videos that people posted regarding this subject. As I recorded them on this blog, I started noticing similarities and formed opinions.
No one visited my blog with it’s 25 to 100 hits per day and I didn’t care because it gave me a chance to practice writing. Then it happened. The debunked Conklin video became the rage on the net. I simply picked up the event from YT and wrote about it. Within a few hours I had thousands of hits. I was shocked and pleased that finally someone was reading my ramblings. A day later someone named MIke sent me a link to the Malaysia event. I posted the video and wrote a little description, same as I always did. To my surprise the hits went off the scale.
My intention has never been to scare anyone by simply posting YT videos and articles. The info is already out there. I just did what all the blogs that cover crazy stuff do. Yes my titles can be sensational, but why not? You have to get people interested right. It’s writing 101. If you go on to read the articles, I question the videos in depth. I think this site has debunked the Kiev sounds pretty well. These opinions, starting with this article here, have angered some people.
Notice I have no ads (except because it’s free with WordPress I think they sometimes stick ads on). Why would I be involved in hoaxing when I debunk videos on my site. What can I possibly gain by simply discussing found articles and videos on the net. I think the accusers haven’t bothered to read the posts.
Because I have the domain privately registered somehow that means I’m behind all the sounds out there. Doing private registration is good sense in this day and age. The reason other sites linked to my blog is that they found that my site had the most amassed videos and opinions. I must be doing something right to have received all this basically unwanted attention. I really don’t feel that I owe any explanation but since it came up….
This is from a blog called Gather but I keep seeing it on other sites. Here is the link. The article say:
Is it possible that these strange sounds are all down to one person who is perpetrating a massive hoax on the global population? According to a new report, the sounds are not thunder or HAARP. They are instead all linked to one person, a man named only “Jay Man.” This anonymous person started a web site called strangesoundsinthesky.com in September 2011. Could he be the person who began the hoax and is circulating the videos?
While it’s not clear as to how he could make the sounds appear all over the globe, it might be possible that he has people in each country who are willing to make a video with the strange sounds and then post it online. Do you think the sounds are down to this one man—or group of people—who create the videos and spread fear all over the world? Or do you think there is something more to these weird and creepy noises? Whatever the sounds are, they are certainly scaring people and making them feel like the 2012 Doomsday long predicted is beginning to come true.