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Tapping sounds around the room

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Whenever I'm in an intense mindset I notice things start tapping around the room. Its an innocuous sound that doesn't sound out of the ordinary but the strange part is there is no reason that random things should be making tapping noises. I've noticed it most often in electronic devices. I'll be sitting them and I hear a loud sound come from the DVD player, almost like a stone hit it but it sounds like its coming from inside the device. Other people have noticed this too and confirmed that its pretty weird. I've also noticed it happen with walls and doors. Happened to my front door once, my granny was sitting in the room and when she heard it she had a look of shock on her face, probably because it wasn't a sound that could be made by someone knocking or throwing a pebble at the door so it was very out of the ordinary for a sound like that to randomly come from the door. I ran to the door and opened it to see if anyone was around but there was nobody. Funnily enough something similar happens to my dad when he is in intense mindsets. Lights flicker around him. Thats a more common thing, thats called sliding. I've never heard of this random noise thing though. The sound always appears to originate from a single point and in some rooms I noticed it will predominantly come from one area. For example in my old house, I'd be in the TV room a lot and it seemed to always come from the DVD player. In my bedroom now it seems to come from under my desk. I have a laptop on the table but I never heard anything come from it, I can't pinpoint where the sound in my bedroom comes from but its the same kinda tapping sound. I stayed the night in a friends house once and it was coming from his projector. Can anyone here relate to this?

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Something that happens to me is that in the dead of night when I can't fall asleep, I'll hear this odd sound. I usually attribute it to various electronices whirring but the thing is that I never notice them unless it is extremely silent and I'm trying to fall asleep. I sometimes imagine that its the sound silence makes :lol: I also remember the sound whenever I read "the silence was deafening".

The tapping is odd especially since others can hear it too. This would mean its not all in your head. Do other people hear the tapping when alone or do you have to be with them? One of the more mundane things you can look into is windows and like. Also you could try getting rid of the desk and see if the tapping has shifted. You could also ask your friend if you can take apart the projector :tu:

Hopefully you figure out whats going on and when you do tell us.

-Trix

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I have the same thing, especially when things go quiet (kind of what was stated above). Whether im outside, or inside, you sure can hear better and hear more.

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Could you explain "I'm in an intense mindset" more?

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Maybe termites or ants? they tend to make noise like that and you can't really hear until its quiet.

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I've heard this as well. Happens to my TV in my room. I always thought that it was gravity somehow influencing the parts inside the TV but I'm not sure.

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Similar to the sound ice makes when it starts to crack up....Yeah I have some familiarity with the experience though is it actually the first time I have ever discussed the matter on the internet....I feel it is related to telekinetic ability.

By conducting a search upon "Paranornal and hearing tapping sounds." are also other opinions

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Have also considered, that is could have something to do? With those who know things about the future.

Any thoughts?

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Just pretend the tapping noise doesn't exist.

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I've noticed it most often in electronic devices. I'll be sitting them and I hear a loud sound come from the DVD player, almost like a stone hit it but it sounds like its coming from inside the device

Some of the sounds can be debunked, since electronics tend to make sounds as the parts expand and contract due to temperature fluctuations. The problem with debunking all of them is that sometimes the items are off for hours and in the middle of the night we will still hear loud whacks coming from them. I've also actually seen a shadow being in front of the dresser that has the TV and all of the electronics on it. It had its "hands?" on the boxes and was looking at the blank TV screen. So whatever entities seem to be exploring our home, also seem to be very interested in electronics. We will also often hear loud bangs coming from our dressers. They aren't soft taps. It seems like they are intended to get our attention, keep us awake, or wake us up in the middle of the night.

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cnidocyte any update?

I doubt if you'll get a reply. The OP hasn't been active on this site since Sep 06 2010

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Hi,

I joined this message board so I could respond to your post cnidocyte. I have a very similar experience to you. I sometimes think about intense or disturbing things and breathe intensely but quietly. I can feel my body twitch internally as I breathe but no one around me seems to be able to see it or hear it. I've asked my sisters and close friend. However, when I feel this way, I hear tapping around the room, from the walls or ceilings I'm not really sure, and people around me can hear it too. It happens when I twitch while breathing intensely. Your the first person who I've ever heard of having a similar experience. I have some theories on what it could be. It honestly disturbs and weirds me out a lot. I wonder if a dog or cat can somehow sense the sound or vibration in a house or apartment in the neighborhood through electric wires or some type of plumbing or gas pipes that connect the houses and they're responding by tapping or pressing on the ground. It would be so great if you respond. I'd really like to talk about it with you.

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In the final months of my father's life, he insisted that there were 'voices' inside the walls of his room. He also said, "I know you'll think I'm going crazy, but it sounds like there are firecrackers going off in my bed." He was insistent about these things and there was never a less superstitious or fanciful man than my dad. Since he passed, I've read that both of these events are, if not common occurrences, they are, at least, not uncommon among people who are terminally ill--, particularly those like my father, who, at 86, had chronic, serious issues like congestive heart failure, which he had for many years before dying of it. It was only in the last six months or so of his life that he began hearing these noises. They did not seem to frighten him particularly, and when I asked if he wanted to be moved to another room, he declined.

My take on it is that as the veil begins to lift between this world and the next, some people hear or see things that no one else can. For those who are not elderly or terminally ill, I would assume that it is a sign of some psychic ability that most people don't have.

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