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Lakes pulse with eerie noise

Posted on Tuesday, 16 March, 2004 | Comment icon 4 comments

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"Folks there don’t like to talk about it — the clamor they hear at night in their well-groomed homes on Thunderbird and Britannia lakes — because they’re afraid."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by STIX on 16 March, 2004, 16:00
OMG! It couldnt be....FISH??
Comment icon #2 Posted by HumberWitch on 16 March, 2004, 17:21
Where exactly are these lakes and are the natural or human-made?
Comment icon #3 Posted by MoonFox on 16 March, 2004, 21:49
Hmmm I know when I go camping, late at night the frogs by the lake make these awesome noises that sound like musical instruments. There'll be some that sound exactly like guitar strings, and others that sound just like a drum beating! It's quite amazing and when there are piles of them all making their noises it's like there's a little band playing nearby! So perhaps the noises they are hearing is something similar. Just some strange noises made by the lake critters at night?
Comment icon #4 Posted by Scar on 16 March, 2004, 22:51
Kinda reminds me of War of the worlds, the musical version. (not in the airy fairy prancing about type just songs) Remember when they landed on the common of the green thing and those freaky noises that eminated (sp) from it ? Anyway, You know how there is a belief about pyramids that focus energy. Perhaps a four leaf clover shape has the same kind of properties which is where the luck factor may orginate from ? You never know, when we ballon up a symetrical shape like a clover into lake size proportions and then fill it with water, you just never know

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