My main reason for posting this story was to tell a similar version of a 2009 story by author mpaylor from North Carolina. Granted this is 8 years later, but knowing you are not alone can make a great difference in how you accept what you do hear.
I wouldn't want to tell anyone these stories, normally, because even for me it is impossible to explain. Even though I don't understand it, that doesn't mean I find it any less interesting to live it.
It gets my attention, to hear people getting into arguments with one another, very adamant on how they feel. Sometimes it is a man and a woman. The man is yelling and the women very upset. She yells back at times but it is never violent. Maybe it is a wise voice whispering something you can barely make out. Sometimes it is a woman talking to someone they care about on a phone call but the caller is loudly complaining about another.
Maybe what I am hearing is close by, and I feel like it is, but I can't know for sure it's whose voices I think they are. The sound is loud and very emotional but it is also very muffled and difficult to comprehend. A few words maybe and then it drifts away, to be replaced by a voice of another.
I do hear mostly anger though, and yelling matches, very scary to think how easy it is to feel those emotions myself.
Crying, upset, anger, determination, forcefulness, foreboding, critical, loud, unrelenting. That is how I would describe most of it.
I hope this helps someone.
Don't stay up too late listening to them because it doesn't stop until before sunrise. When the calming returns.