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Bizarre moaning sounds seem to be plaguing American Airlines flights

By T.K. Randall
September 28, 2022 · Comment icon 23 comments



Nobody seems to know who is making the peculiar sounds. Image Credit: CC BY 2.0 Patrick Cardinal
Some passengers have been reporting very strange sounds over the intercom during their flight.
The extremely bizarre phenomenon was recently brought to light when film producer Emerson Collins posted up a recording he had made during his flight from Los Angeles to Dallas on September 6th.

"The weirdest flight ever," he wrote. "These sounds started over the intercom before takeoff and continued throughout the flight."

"They couldn't stop it, and after landing still had no idea what it was."

Described as being "halfway between an orgasm and vomiting", the sounds were like a peculiar moaning or groaning - as though someone was struggling with constipation while under the influence.

At various times throughout the flight, these bizarre sounds could be heard being broadcast to everyone on the plane through the intercom, prompting the staff to apologize for the disturbance.

"Ladies and gentlemen, we realize there is an extremely irritating sound coming over the public announcements," an attendant said. "The flight deck is trying to troubleshoot, trying to turn it off, so please be patient with us. We know this is a very odd anomaly and none of us are enjoying it."
The mystery deepened further still when it was revealed that technology executive Bradley P. Allen had also heard the same weird noises during an American Airlines flight back in July, suggesting that it was not an isolated incident.

He recalled that it had only happened a few times, but some passengers had been freaked out by it.

There was also a third report of the same phenomenon occurring on September 18th on a flight from John Wayne Airport in Orange County to Dallas.

As things stand, no definitive explanation for the enigma has been forthcoming.

You can hear the sounds for yourself in the Tweet below.



Source: LA Times | Comments (23)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #14 Posted by Hyperionxvii 2 months ago
Yeah, that and they're feeling ill thinking about when they arrive at their destination and AA has lost their luggage once again. 
Comment icon #15 Posted by razman 2 months ago
Probably the aging metal of the plane contracting.
Comment icon #16 Posted by qxcontinuum 2 months ago
Every day I see we become more stupid and involve,  it's a world wide phenomenon and it happens at all levels of society and tehnology. We drop the standars. 
Comment icon #17 Posted by OpenMindedSceptic 2 months ago
Same way you get s ghost seen by many from reused parts off a downed plane?
Comment icon #18 Posted by Poncho_Peanatus 2 months ago
alternatively, if they have Starlink....it could be Elon Musk singing under the shower 
Comment icon #19 Posted by Zontar 2 months ago
Swamp gas.
Comment icon #20 Posted by jowasmus 2 months ago
Sounds like THE absolute, hands down, best paranormal experience EVER!
Comment icon #21 Posted by MissJatti 2 months ago
The aliens are trying to communicate
Comment icon #22 Posted by XenoFish 2 months ago
Mile High Club.
Comment icon #23 Posted by XenoFish 2 months ago


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