|Julia - Strange ocean sounds|
This Post By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher. Dorraine is a Professional Writer, a nature, wildlife and Bigfoot enthusiast who has written for many magazines. Dorraine conducts research, special interviews and more for The Crypto Crew. Get Dorraine's book The Book Of Blackthorne!
Iceberg Or Monster?
What Is Creating The Ocean Sounds Known As "Julia?"
By Dorraine Fisher
Human imaginations run wild sometimes…or do they? Who knows in the case of phenomenon known as Julia.
On March 1999, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recorded what they referred to as a "sound wave" off the coast of South America, and they gave it the benign name of Julia. But there’s been a lot of spooky speculation since then about what Julia might actually be. They claimed the sound was likely being made by a rather large iceberg from Antarctica that had possibly run aground, but whenever you Google "Julia," you’d be likely to find artist’s depictions of a huge underwater sea creature.
But why is that?
The sounds, said to be something like howling, scratching, and blooping have been recorded annually since that day in 1999. The photo and all the information regarding this is all hush-hush and classified, but often explained away as underwater volcanic activity or a large iceberg scratching against the ocean floor. But pictures rumored to have been taken by Nasa’s Apollo AA35 suggest something more sinister. The rumor claims the very same day of the first recorded sounds by the NOAA, Nasa is said to have taken photos of a huge shadow undulating through the water in the southwest region of Cape Cadre.
On the very same day of the first recorded sounds by the NOAA, Nasa is said to have taken photos of a huge shadow undulating through the water in the southwest region of Cape Cadre. This isn’t all that unusual, but this shadow was allegedly larger than the Empire State Building.
The series of sounds are said to resemble marine animals, but are being made by something much larger than any "known" ocean creature. So it’s been often depicted to resemble the gigantic octopus-like monster in the science fiction works of H.P. Lovecraft in 1928 known as Cthulhu.
We all love to believe in monsters. But are imaginations running wild?
Probably. The NOAA has given us the most likely explanation of these creepy underwater sounds. But until authorities come through with some real information, imaginations will continue to run wild. *****DF
[source: livescience.com ]
UPDATE - Here is the Julia sound with enhancements.
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