I like to think this site is useful and informative. While I’m often accused of scaring people, my answer is that if you pay attention you will find I try to debunk them. On occasion I succeed or come very close. I get caught up in the drama of these videos at times but I always try to pick them apart. Since being criticized for denying official explanations, I’m trying even harder to be neutral. I may not always succeed but I try.
If I’m guilty of anything it’s presenting them at all and some people think we souldn’t talk about it because obviously it’s somehow mean to do so and will lead simple minds to ruin (sarcasm here).
What scares people is not the posting of videos in a list. Many websites do this. The fear is created in rationally discussing them. They aren’t easily dismissed when someone tries to pick them apart and make connections no matter how shakey. My biggest problem is that people don’t read the posts and only play the videos. The other big problem is that people will use my site as proof of the apocalypse, this has happened with the Clintonville case. I won’t name names.
Some of the videos can’t be explained easily and I’m limited to information available. They will remain a mystery but does this mean they’re supernatural? Certainly not! I have never said they were.
So, that said, I’ll show you how this site is actually useful in helping answer fears. This is going to make a lot of people mad who don’t want to accept the evidence. See a lesson in types (here) before reading further.
ABSOLUTELY TRUE BUT UNEXPLAINED
Booms: These reports are all supported by multiple accounts and news videos or articles. Why this is happening is beyond the capabilities of this blog. Some are explained as earthquakes and some are explained as meteors. They are earth and sky sounds. In some cases they don’t register on seismic monitors in any way. Does this mean they aren’t natural. There are always natural and manmade explanations being offered. This type is presented here for their being interesting and notable. I present the facts only, but try to make connections between incidents.
Kiev type sounds: The Kiev video from last summer started it all. Then came the copy cats. I devoted an article debunking Kiev before “strange sound” videos became the fad du jour. I gave reasons why it isn’t real but unlike the copy cats I can’t one hundred percent debunk it. Look at my debunking video link below and decide.
Then came the copy cats. The big scare came from a hoax in Conklin, Alberta. Some guys having fun decided to play the Kiev sound in the background while standing in the woods. It freaked everyone out. Then after people studied the video it became clear that it was a copy. Shortly afterward a slew of these dubbed videos appeared on the internet. Hoax after hoax was churned out with exactly the same sound. Then to make matters worse someone was running around a small town in Canada playing some sort of lame ass horn that freaked everyone out even worse. The news picked it up and did a story based on hearsay. Thanks to Shielaaliens she proved the videos were copies of the Kiev video sound (link below).
MORE AFTER THE JUMP…