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Researchers Explain the Mysterious Humming Noise in Montana

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If you’ve ever heard a weird humming noise in the air and wondered where it came from, new research is finally shedding light on the subject.  According to a new article from the website beforeitsnews.com , a man named David Deming claims to have isolated the source of the mysterious buzzing sound.

In the past, some so called experts have attributed this sound to cell phone towers, or atmospheric noises.  Deming believes the humming noise is caused by low frequency electromagnetic radiation.  He describes his theory in this video.

The article also includes a map of places where this humming noise has been reported, documented or studied.  Not surprisingly, residents all over Montana have experienced this unexplained phenomenon.  Including, several people in and around the Billings area.

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