Several days ago, we published the story about the eerie trumpet sound heard in different countries around the world. The strange sounds which allegedly came from the sky played once again, but this time, the hair-raising noise was heard last June 4th at around 3 P.M in Batangas, Philippines.
Although it is quite peculiar that the phenomenon received minimal hype until this year, the strange noise had been heard over in Germany, Russia, Australia, United States, Canada, and in other parts of the world since it was first recorded in 2008. Those who have heard the sound personally and on video associated the baffling sounds to the apocalyptic prophesy stated in the bible while others think these are coming from UFOs and aliens.
Watch this video from Batangas:
Some have doubted the authenticity of the recordings, but no one has ever explained the origin of the noise–until now.
The National Aeronautics Space Administration (NASA) explained that neither angels nor aliens have anything to do with the event. In fact, they said that these noises are but a natural phenomenon that occur all the time.
A spokesperson from NASA who was quoted by a local US media said;
“We could actually hear the typical strains of symphony in the sound of strange storm coming from our planet, and not an alien spaceship.”
The noises are inaudible to human ears unless the volume is high. This “background noise” is similar to what we hear from sci-fi movies, although this comes directly from earth.
Watch and listen to more of these strange noises here:
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