Thursday, October 12, 2017

Sonic-Audio Noise Recording Heard By Some Diplomats In Havana Has Emerged

The Hill: AP releases audio of noise heard by some diplomats in Havana attacks

The noise heard by some American diplomats who were affected by mysterious health attacks in Havana was a shrill, almost cricket-like tone with an electrical whine, according to a recording of the sound obtained by The Associated Press.

The recording is one of several reviewed by the AP, with the recordings made under "different circumstances." According to the news organization, it's just one of the sounds documented in Cuba that led U.S. investigators to initially suspect that some kind of covert sonic device was responsible for causing symptoms in American diplomats ranging from permanent hearing loss to difficulty sleeping to balance problems.

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More News On A Recording of The Sonic-Audio Noise Heard By Some Diplomats in Havana Emerging

Dangerous sound? What Americans heard in Cuba attacks -- AP
'Sonic Attack' On US Diplomats In Cuba Sounded Like Shrieking Crickets -- CBS Miami
First recording emerges of high-pitched 'sonic weapon' linked to attacks on US Embassy workers in Cuba -- FOX News
Listen to the Sound That US Diplomats Heard When Attacked by a 'Sonic Device' in Cuba -- Gizmodo

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