Residents of a tiny English village have been kept awake for the past two months by a persistent low hum, which arrives every night at midnight and goes until 4 a.m., and nobody knows what causes it.
People in Woodland, County Durham, variously describe the sound as a throbbing, a buzzing, and a droning – all occurring just at the edge of perception. Many have likened it to the sound of an idling diesel engine.
"In certain areas of the house you can hear it more loudly. It is definitely from outside, it's in the air, all around, very faint," Woodland resident Marylin Grech told the The Telegraph's Richard Alleyne.The mass psychosomatic explanation given by the so-called "experts," is ridiculous on its face. To read the rest of the article, click here.