Strange, Spooky, Squeaky Sounds Heard At Romanian Train Station
During the middle of the day on a platform of the main station in Timisoara, Romania, passengers are surprised with bizarre unexplained sounds coming from the speakers. Do you have any theories on what it could possibly be?
There have been numerous reports of the eerie sound all over the world, but they usually occur by natural causes where this soundtrack is clearly coming from a tape. The big question is why and who put it on?
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A mysterious noise coming from the rails is continuing to baffle people at this train station as well as giving those who hear them sleepless nights and uneasy feeling.
Sounding like a trumpet or a collective from a brass section of an orchestra, this sound is giving us the creeps. These eerie sounds have been continuously heard at all different times on this location for quite a long time. Spooky!