This video above was posted by a YT account named MonarchButterflyKiss. They say they received it via email from a man in McAlester, Oklahoma.
Insert: This guy is a musician represented by Angst Ridden Records and Magick Mirror Media who owns the MonarchButterflyKiss YT channel. Videos of his performances are in this black and white style and he also does some commentaries. This explains why it’s so nicely recorded. Some of his videos are rather bizarre. This casts doubt on this “strange sound” video. But someone experiencing a true sky event with this kind of filming background is more likely to actually record it. I still think it’s real because it’s a lot like many of the other “sky roar” type videos. I am not sure how one could fake a constant jet sound that loud. I tried to think of a machine that one could use. It would have to be enormous to be that loud. I’m just raising doubts here as I always do when something seems real.
The guy in the video claims to have seen videos on YT and he tells us he thinks most of them are fake. He says this one is not fake. I think it would be very hard to hoax a “sky roar”. This sounds VERY atmospheric to me. We hear it in his apartment before he opens the door.
He opens the door and it’s an extreme constant jet roar. It seems to surround and I don’t think speakers would be loud enough to create this (maybe). You can tell it’s really outside and very loud as demonstrated by him going back into his apartment. Seems convincing. If it’s real we haven’t seen roaring this loud since this video here.
I think if he were going to fake it he wouldn’t have bothered talking about YT videos. He did this so perfectly however, it makes me think he saw my post on how to film a sky event here. What people don’t realize is this post is a trap. If it’s followed I can more easily tell if someone is faking.
The reason I searched for Oklahoma videos was because of this reader comment:
Several people in the Oklahoma City area were awakened/disturbed by a low speed rumbling almost like the flame coming out of a hot air balloon type sound that seemed almost to slowly creap across town and it would stop and start up again every 3-5 minutes in bursts that are not typical of what you would hear if it were thunder or a high flying jet overhead hence why I considered the hot air balloon scenario but to hear it it two different parts of the city almost simultaniously about 20-35 miles from each other was spooky.
Are they describing an Oshawa type sound!? See Oshawa videos here. The “snoring” noise could be described as a hot air ballon sound.