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Mysterious music box song

Posted on 11-15-2017 | Comment icon 3 comments

By: Bamokno | Location: U.S.A

This is my first time ever using a site like this, I can usually google anything supernatural and get a good amount of answers from browsing, but I couldn't find anything.

I was dropping my friend off at her house to pick up something so I parked in the communal parking lot. Once I parked I turned the engine off but not the car so I could listen to music (my friend was going to take about ten minutes). After sitting for about three a song came on that I didn't care for so I started flipping through the stations when I heard a little girl scream.

I lowered the sound of my radio and looked around to see anything and there was just a guy messing around with a motorbike. So I started flipping through the stations again still keeping an eye out for anything weird. I started to hit a lot of static and I hit a station (still static) but I thought I could hear a music box.

I remember thinking "what kind of radio plays music box recordings?" I went to the next station and I could still hear it. I turned my car off and it the music was so clear as if it was right outside of my window. I looked around again, but I couldn't see anyone, no windows were open, no kids outside. It was so weird.

I sat in my car and listened to it for about 6 more minutes before it faded away. Does anyone have a clue why I heard this? Has anyone else ever had a similar experience?

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Comment icon #1 Posted by papageorge1 on 15 November, 2017, 18:25
One thing you may not have noticed in your internet searching is that one of the many ghost EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomena) techniques is to scan through different radio frequencies and static to find a frequency that might work. It is interesting to me that you mentioned flipping around radio stations before the female scream came through. As for the music box? Maybe a spirit looking for happier soothing times or an actual natural source you didn't detect??
Comment icon #2 Posted by SSilhouette on 18 November, 2017, 4:44
Weird this came up The other day I was planting my Fall garden and a music-box song came up in my mind and wouldn't stop playing for awhile. Da de dah, dah dum dum de , Da de dah, dah dum dum de, dah dah de dum dum de dum...dah dah dah dum de dum..dah dah dah de dum dum de, dah dah dah de dum dum de, dah dah de dum, de dum... I think it was a german tune because it came from a old german music box I had as a kid.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Codenwarra on 8 December, 2017, 8:28
Most likely you heard a distant station. I have heard music boxes on the radio but it was a long time ago. As for squealing girls, you were in a residential area and you know what noises kids make when they get excited.

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