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Last year I experienced something that I've never felt before. Most of these experiences happened during the day in a working environment, except for one that happened at night when I was completely alone in my room. For the first three it was daytime and I was at work *I'm not going to specify my job but it's not odd for people to fall asleep ha, anyway I had drifted off unexpectedly. Then out of nowhere I heard static but it was faint I thought it was something from inside the workspace causing the static but then it slowly began to get louder as if someone was slowly turning a volume knob and I could hear voices *which I thought were other people but I could make out one of the many voices was that of a woman and I was the only woman working that day. The static was louder than the voices speaking. The static got so loud I literally jolted out of my sleep almost falling off my chair. I was expecting to see people around me since I heard voices but there was no one just me in my seat. I thought it was nothing but then it happened 3 more times throughout the year. I tried looking it up on the internet but could find nothing save but one description about "white noise" defined as being the voices of the dead. Although I honestly do not think that the voices I heard were those of dead people but what would I know right?, hopefully someone can explain what happened.

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RookDygin (5 stories) (324 posts)
 
12 years ago (2011-02-11)
Miss_numen,

Ah...then mayhap what you were 'hearing' was a residual 'recording'. Something from the aircraft's past. Was it on the same plane that this happened? If so It's my 'guess' it was a plane that was at least 10years old.

You say no terminals...so...carrier based? C-130? If any of this 'fits' then your experience at home may have happened because you were 'focused' on what you had 'heard' on the plane and your 'sub-conscience' made an attempt to 'hear' it 'better'.

Just my observations and guesses... Thank you for your Service.

(I served aboard the T. Roosevelt CVN 71 during both Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.)

Respectfully,

Rook
Miss_numen (1 stories) (11 posts)
 
12 years ago (2011-02-11)
I was in the Navy at the time:), maybe that explains it all haha jk. I wasn't around a terminal, I tried to make sense of all the chatter but the static was just to loud and continued to get louder which made it even more difficult. The only thing I could focus on for sure was a womans voice who sounded like someone in there 40s on up but I couldn't focus enough to even figure out if they were speaking english, altough, I don't think they were because that would have stood out.
RookDygin (5 stories) (324 posts)
 
12 years ago (2011-02-11)
Miss_numen,

Hummm, intresting... The 'white noise' of the plane may have allowed you to 'tune in' something from the 'past' or maybe a distant place (from your physical location). Have any of the terminals you have passed through sounded like what you were 'hearing'?

Let me explain that a bit more... The 'static' or 'background noise' from the plane may have allowed you to drift into a 'trance' rather than being asleep and while in this trance you 'heard' people in the terminal you were heading towards... Or you heard 'voices from the past' in this 'trance'. Either way I wish you had actually understood some of the words you had heard as this may help determine just what happened to you.

Are you Air Force, Navy or Army supply pilot/crew? Sorry had to ask, I get the 'feeling' your Active Duty and just curious if this is a fact. I'm USN Ret.

Respectfully,

Rook
Miss_numen (1 stories) (11 posts)
 
12 years ago (2011-02-11)
The aircraft I flew on wasn't for commercial purposes and it wasn't packed with tons of people just a handful. The amount of chatter I heard was way beyond the amount of people on the plane and this did happen outside the plane once. I would agree that maybe it was just my mind playing tricks but it happened so many times and it wasn't always during a deep nap once I had only closed my eyes for a minute or so to rest and it happened. I do appreciate everyones feedback. If I would have never heard the chatter through the static I would just ignore what happened. As for the scream, there really arent a lot of details, I simply lied down and had not even fallen asleep yet, had my eyes closed and I was thinking all of sudden this shrieking scream just came out of nowhere, it wasn't human it wasn't an animal it sounded like some diabolical creature honestly it frightened me that much. I was expecting to see something standing right next to me that's how close the scream felt. I have never heard it again.
RookDygin (5 stories) (324 posts)
 
12 years ago (2011-02-11)
Miss_numen,

Well on hte plane itself there are tons of sources for 'white noise' and if that is your normal work enviroment then I'm not suprised that you 'tune it out' while awake.

While our eyes are closed, and especialy in a 'semi-doze' I wouldn't be at all suprised if what you heard were the voices of the passengers on the plane... In your own words you describe it as sounding like... "It sounded like chatter just people going about their business, as if they were at some train station or something." As our eyes close our other senses are hightened and so as you sat there 'dozeing' this allowed your hearing to 'sharpen'. The fact that it only happens when you are 'out of country' just 'falls back' on the fact it's a long flight and at some point your bound to be tired... You sit down to 'rest your eyes' and as a result your hearing 'sharpens' and you hear things you were tuneing out before. Just an idea.

As for your other experience... The scream... Could you provide more detail as to what happened just before/ during this experience... It may have been a dream, something from 'outside' that woke you up... Or perhaps your subconscious 'reached across' the veil and you heard a 'spirit'. Without more informantion it's very hard to tell.

Respectfully,

Rook
rubiesmoon9 (1 posts)
 
12 years ago (2011-02-10)
I had something like that happen about 9 months after my mother had past away. I was sleeping and I had been wakened up to loud static and it kept getting louder and louder until I heard a voice. The voice was my mother calling me to her she called me a couple of times. And all of a sudden my whole body went numb and when my body came back from being numb I had this huge smile on my face. I looked at my boyfriend to see if he notice me, but he was sound a sleep so I tried to go back to sleep and my body went numb again and another big smile on my face. Very wierd but I feel it's the other side communicating with us. I also tried looking for information on this. 😊
Miss_numen (1 stories) (11 posts)
 
12 years ago (2011-02-10)
SkyRealm - I would have agreed that maybe this was some weird way of my mind trying to wake me up but, it happened multiple times the last one not even being at work. Usually when I'm trying to wake myself up its always through a visual dream. I had no visual thoughts while this occured.

LoveTrue - I also was worried about my sanity:), couldn't really just go up to people and tell them hey did you hear those voices to. I heard many voices none of which I could understand because the static was too loud, there was a womans voice and I was the only woman there so it definitely wasn't any of my coworkers thoughts, but it could still be a possibility. ^^

Rook- Well I guess I should say I was flying in an aircraft but I had gone to the back and I wasn't wearing any headsets. I initially thought the first time that I fell asleep with a headset on and was simply listening to the radios but I wasnt. When it happened again on the plane I thought wow there's something about flying that's making this happen maybe all the electronics but the last time it happened it wasn't on the plane it was in my room at night when I was alone sleeping so that through that whole theory out of the window. I could never make out what they were saying or even the language because the static at that point was to loud. It sounded like chatter just people going about their business, as if they were at some train station or something. It also has only happened while I was out of the country. The only thing semi similar that I have experienced years prior to this was when I had just came home in the afternoon and decided to take a little nap but before I could even get my thoughts in order I heard a loud non-human scream- the scream was odd nothing I can even put into words. I woke up frightened and left. Anyway if you have more questions just ask. Thanks
RookDygin (5 stories) (324 posts)
 
12 years ago (2011-02-10)
Miss_numen,

White noise as generated by radios/TV's not tuned into a station (static on radio... Grey scene (snow) on TV's) has been studied by paranormal researchers as a means of 'energy' that spirits may use to communicate with the living.

In other words it's the 'white noise' from electronic equpiment that provides the 'energy' for a spirit to communicate.

This is the first time I've heard of a person 'dozeing' and 'tuneing into' white noise before hearing a voice or voices. Is there a fan or something close to your work station that may have provided the 'white noise'? If so then this may have been amplified as you drifted 'asleep' and the 'voices' you heard caused you to 'focus' on it there by it seemed to get louder until you were 'jolted' awake.

Do you recall anything that you 'heard' while this was happening or was it just 'background chatter'? If you remember anythng that was said could you please write it down for us? It may help lead to the answer as to why this is happening to you.

Respectfully,

Rook
love_true (guest)
 
12 years ago (2011-02-10)
well I think that you experienced what happens to me whenever I keep my head blank and I'm relaxed. I hear voices too. At first I was worried about my sanity but recently I figured out it was other people's thoughts I can hear.
As you said, you heard the voice of your colleague, so it is not spirits that you hear but maybe thoughts... It's in your hand to find out.
Ath.
SkyRealm (5 stories) (65 posts)
 
12 years ago (2011-02-09)
It may be the voice of the dead... Or a dream. I remember I used to wake up hearing someone counting in my ear. Maybe you know psycologically you should be awak (NOT ASLEEP) During work, and you wake yourself up.
Or, because when you sleep you are closer to your spirit, you were hearing the voices of the dead. Highly possible.
I can't think of any other possibility, then again, I'm not a proffessional, so this is just a thought not a fact!
Still, hope this helps!

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