Mysterious Earth Sounds

One of the most interesting phenomenons today is the strange frequencies and earth sounds heard around the globe. Earth sounds are identified as low frequency hums that can be heard and felt by thousands of people. Some of the best examples of these mysterious earth sounds are the Taos Hum, the Windsor hum and the Bristol Hum. These various hums are an overall mystery to people everywhere sparking heated controversy and conspiracy theories abound.
One such hum emanates from the town of Taos in north-central New Mexico. This noise has been recorded by several individuals living in the area. Some have suggested that the sound may be projected from an alternate universe. Noises occurring in a parallel universe, they believe, are making their way through various weak spots in space and time. In a study conducted in the early 1990s by researchers from the Los Alamos national laboratory and the University of New Mexico, both were unable to identify the source of the hum or offer any explanation for the mysterious sound.
Some others also suggest possible UFO sources which are undetectable to us. The Hum is reported all over the world and only one in 50 people who live in places like Bristol, Leeds, Taos, Bondi Beach and other areas can detect the noise. The individual’s who are sensitive to the low frequency experience dizziness, sleep disturbances and headaches. These side effects and an inability for all humans to detect the noise could represent alien devices which only a small percentage of the population can detect.
Conspiracy theorists suggest that the strange earth sounds may also be caused by a vast array of secret underground government bases. They point to researchers failing efforts to detect the source of the hum after multiple studies. They blame government interference to maintain secrecy and protect underground base operations.
Whatever may be the cause of these strange Earth sounds, they certainly remain an absolute mystery in our world today. Hopefully one day soon we will discover the source.