The strange sounds phenomenon is going beyond the hoax stage as another mainstream Canadian news agency report explores the mysterious rumblings heard in Sooke, B.C.
While the first round of incidents has largely been dubbed a viral video hoax (except for a few notable exceptions) news reporters in Canada have begun asking questions about the legitimate complaints of "ear witnesses" all around the nation, none of which has been posted to YouTube.
What is to be gained if these "sightings" are not for YouTube hits and a quick payday?
The latest TV news report, posted below, explores the strange sounds heard in and around Sooke, B.C. and tries to answer the question of what the weird noises, now being called skyquakes, might actually be.
"I heard what sounded like a freight train coming, that rumble, and it was very brief. My bed actually shifted," one Sooke homeowner told CTV News.
Investigators then began looking into a construction site, hoping it may be the answer, but that was proven to be false. Many citizens took to Twitter to see if others were feeling the shaking and hearing the strange sounds.
It looks like there may be something more to the skyquakes phenomenon than a bunch of people having a private joke at the expense of the rest of the world.
Here's the video:
What do you think? Is there something more to this strange sounds mystery?
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