Strange Sound Phenomenon: The Mysterious “Quackers” Noises Experienced During the Cold War

What is the source of this unexplained underwater noise? Undersea UFOs? animals? Unidentified Submerged Objects? ”Quackers” are mysterious sounds similar to a frog noise that had been widely experienced by Soviet Navy submarine crews...

Military Sonar Signals Drive Whales Crazy and Hungry

It has long been suspected that sonar signals (the sound detection of submarines) could be responsible for whale and dolphins strandings. Now researchers have shown that whales are affected by these acoustic disturbances: They stop...

Mystery Strange Sounds From the Deep Oceans: bloop, Julia, whistle, train, slowdown, upsweep

There are plenty of mysterious and weird noises around the world! Discover in the following videos 6 unexplained sounds coming from the deep oceans.   The Bloop: A Mysterious Sound from the Deep Ocean | NOAA SOSUS What created...

Insane sounds of squeezing ice in Odessa, Ukraine (video)

Sometimes Nature creates sounds that even the best computers could not reproduce. Listen to the fascinating, incredible, and almost unbelievable sounds of rubbing ice featured in this video: These apocalyptical sounds of nature were recorded in Odessa,...

Listen To The Terrifying Sound of 2011 Honshu Earthquake, Japan (VIDEO)

Listen to the earthquake that created the Great Honshu, Japan tsunami! The terrifying sound of 2011 Honshu earthquake was recorded by an underwater hydrophone located near the Aleutian Islands of Alaska! You've seen the shocking video of...

World’s unexplained Strange Sounds 3: “Upsweep”

The “Upsweep” sound was first recorded by an autonomous array of hydrophones used to catch specific phenomena such as undersea earthquakes, ice cracking, marine mammal population migration, and detection of submarines (U.S. Navy SOund...

World’s unexplained Strange Sounds 2: “Slow Down”

The “Slow Down” sound was recorded for the first time by the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in May 1997 in the Equatorial Pacific ocean (15°S 115°W) by an autonomous array of...