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UPDATE: The strange sounds phenomenon continues to spread, with videos popping up from Canada and around the world featuring similar noises. The weird sounds have allegedly been recorded in a number of cities, including Winnipeg, Chicago and Glasgow. While many viewers are intrigued, others are equally skeptical about the strange sounds. Is this the latest Internet meme?The Huffington Post Canada first spotted a video recorded in an Alberta forest featuring bizarre sounds on Jan. 16. The video – which was originally uploaded on Jan. 13 – has already received more than 1.2 million views. A user created a video earlier this week that compiled a bunch of posts, including the video from Conklin, Atla. Src: Huffington Post
HOWLING NOISES BIGFOOT OR HOAX?
January 20, 2012, 10:56 am
Two videos of howling noises have been recorded in Canada, leading some to believe it may be a bigfoot, or yeti.
The Huffington Post reports the first video was posted on January 13 and it recorded strange sounds in a remote forest north-east of Edmonton.
The noises, which sound like they may be just an elaborate hoax, have racked up more than 500,000 video views online.
Another video surfaced on January 15 and included similar noises but it was recorded more than 1000km away.People commenting on the videos claim it could be anything from aliens to bigfoot.
However, common sense would suggest we've seen this type of thing before and it may just be some people trying to get their 15 minutes of fame.
A bigfoot sighting in the US last year also sparked interest around the world.
It's worth remembering that not one piece of scientific evidence backing the existence of a bigfoot has ever been discovered.