The Taos Hum

         Taos is a small town in north-central New Mexico. To a passerby, it might not seem all that different from any other quiet American town.
         Since the early 1990s, some residents and visitors of Taos have reported hearing a constant low-frequency buzzing or rumbling noise.

  • The Mystery: The Taos Hum has been described as a faint droning sound, similar to a diesel engine idling in the distance. It is a miserable noise for those that can hear it. It never stops, interferes with sleep, and is more noticeable at night and indoors.
  • Hums Around The World: 
  1. During the late-1970s, residents of Bristol, England, were among the first people to report hearing a steady humming sound in the distance.
  2. In 1980, Bristol’s environmental health officers used noise monitoring equipment to try to track down the source.
  3. The beachfront neighborhood of Bondi in Sydney, Australia, has also had a Hum for several years
  4. A few years ago in Kokomo, Indiana, hundreds of residents reported hearing a Hum, and the city’s municipal government commissioned a study to investigate in 2003.

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