Early morning strange sound recorded in St. Paul

We’ve covered dozens of stories of strange sounds. This is a new situation, reported by NPR.

Strange howling sound awakens St. Paul- Minnesota Public Radio News.

[…] a distant, howling scraping sound woke people up about 4 a.m. this morning in St. Paul’s Highland Park and Mac-Groveland neighborhoods.

Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/mprnews/morning-sound

The best guess is that it is the ice floes breaking up and scraping on the nearby Mississippi. Fascinating! They sound sort of musical and could be another consideration for all those strange sounds from the sky people report as “trumpets of the apocalypse”.

It’s another example of NOT jumping to supernatural or scary conclusions when these sounds are heard. It takes a little digging but it’s nothing to freak out about.

More strange sounds stories:

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Strange sound in U.K. explained; hum in Calgary area continues

Strange sound generated by winds through unfinished 1WTC (Freedom Tower)

The country is “booming” for the upcoming Doomsdate

Sounds from the sky: Reflections on historical observations and recent events

Tip: Mike Carnahan

  1 comment for “Early morning strange sound recorded in St. Paul

  1. Poncho Villa
    February 14, 2014 at 1:50 PM

    Reminds me of this global warming winter with the sounds of moisture cracking in the trees during the January moon. MPR radio ought to stay away from monotonous sounds so they are not confused with the monotonous sounds on NPR radio.

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