By: Cory Perrin - Staff Writer
Published: Jun 17, 2021

English Village Gone Mad Due To The Hum

A little english village in Woodland, England is being plagued by ‘The Hum’. The noise has continued to terrorize local residents to the point where people are starting to go crazy! Visitors claim there are people who have already gone mad.

According to reports the humming has gone on for over two months now. You could cal this a bad thing or a good thing, but it only goes on at night during the times of midnight and 4 am. No one can figure out what it is and the worst part is the village is very small so it has little traffic, specially at night, which makes the noise even louder.

Reports from citizens of the village tell the press that no one knows what it is and where it’s coming from. They say it is in the air. You can tell because even after turning off all the electricity in the houses you can still here it. They even say that sometimes it so bad it goes straight through the house and vibrates the beds when people are trying to sleep.

This isn’t the first time this has occurred. The phenomenon has taken place once in the 1970s in Bristol, and around a thousand people complained from nosebleeds and headaches. Probably not what the villagers wanted to hear, but they will mostly likely have to wait out the hum until it disappears; similar to the 70′s incident.

Gary Hutchinson, an environmental protection manager at Durham County Council, had this to say, “I can confirm that we received a call regarding a humming sound in the Woodland area earlier on June 1 and we will now make further enquiries before deciding what action we will take.”


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