An interview with ethnographic researcher and HUM expert, Dr. Glen MacPherson.
These strange noises, reported by many, can become that loud for your ears to pick it up as an odd ringing sound. Second, is nauseating. And thirdly, if it is really bad, it actually feels like your brain is being squeezed.
The Hum is the name given to an ominous and very mysterious deep-rumbling noise that can reportedly be heard by thousands of individuals across the globe.
The Hum, a very low-pitched rumbling sound, kind of like a diesel-engine truck idling in the distance, does not appear to be a single phenomenon. Different causes have been attributed, including local mechanical sources, often from industrial plants, as well as manifestations of tinnitus or other biological auditory effects.
But no matter how hard people search, no one has been able to locate the source of the sound, and it sounds like it’s coming from all directions equally.
I am your host Maria Anna van Driel and you’re listening to “The Next Truth; Where Science and Myth Meet”. This week I am speaking with ethnographic researcher, and high school teacher of physics, mathematics, psychology, general science, and biology, Dr. Glen MacPherson and discus with him what might be the source of one of the most mysterious and blood curdling noises people have heard in their lives…The HUM.