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Eerie Metallic Sounds in Spokane, WA, and Booms in Spearfish, SD, and San Jose, CA

“The sound would send chills up your back. It was so intense — like something was in pain. It was very eerie.  ”  – Kathy Schlenker, 64, retired mental health counselor, Spokane Valley, WA

by Linda Moulton Howe, Earthfiles:

December 18, 2016 Spokane Valley, Washington – On the night of December 13 to 14, 2016, thousands of people in the Spokane Valley region of Washington state reported on Facebook and Twitter about strange, eerie sounds coming from the sky all night long. Here is one of the best YouTube postings of 11 minutes recorded by iPhone at 3 AM Pacific at Sullivan Road and Broadway Avenue in Spokane Valley:

Beginning at nearly the same time, 3:05 AM Pacific, 64-year-old Kathy Schlenker woke up startled and puzzled by “a crying type noise that made me get up and walk outside on the deck of my trailer home.” Kathy lives in a park of 1,700 trailers. Oddly, she never saw anyone else come out of their trailers while she stayed outside until near sunup between 4:30 AM and 5 AM, mystified by the eerie, crying noise.

Around 3:30 AM she noticed a glowing “mist” in the sky beyond one of the trailer homes and then two vertical beams suddenly appeared and remained until daybreak. She took this photograph of the beams on her iPhone and tried to record the eerie crying sounds, but says her audio is not clear.

iPhone photograph around 3:30 AM on December 14, 2016, by Kathy Schlenker, 64, of the two vertical whitish beams that appeared above the foreground trailer house at the same time she could hear loud and eerie, metallic, crying sounds at her Spokane Valley, Washington, trailer park. Kathy posted her photo at the local media’s KHQ Facebook.


Kathy Schlenker, 64, retired Sacred Heart Hospital mental health counselor, Spokane Valley, Washington: “I had gone to bed the night of Tuesday, December 13, 2016, around 10 PM to watch the news and then went to sleep. I was awakened by this very loud, almost crying-type noise. I thought it was so odd and kept hearing it get louder and louder.

So, I got out of bed and went outdoors to my deck. The direction the crying sound was coming from was the southeast. I was looking across the street above the roof of one of the trailer houses and I noticed a funny glow, like the sound was coming from there. Then I realized I was the only one up in the trailer park and I better get my phone to document what was happening. The air was cold and the glow did not look like a cloud. It was a different kind of mist.

The sound would send chills up your back. It was such an intense — like something was in pain. It was very eerie.

So, when I went in my trailer house to get my phone, I tried to record the sound. I was standing outside, but the recording would not come in very good. Periodically the sound would stop and then start back up.

Around 3:30 AM, I took a bathroom break and when I came back outside and looked in the direction of the crying noise, I noticed two beams of light that weren’t there before. The two beams were so clear to my eyes, I knew my phone could pick them up and I took a photograph.


Yes. I estimated the two beams were some 250 to 500 yards apart and knew there was nothing in that direction that would cause those beams to light up. So I posted my photo on Facebook and to the KHQ news station Facebook.


People could not explain the beams. A couple of times the sound was like a trumpet and I thought of Jesus and the Apocalypse that talks about the “rapture” when people would be beamed up from Earth.


Two hours or more. When the beams were up, the noise was louder. When they faded out, the sound change to a more intense crying. It was such a weird noise, I thought maybe it could even be a UFO.


Yes. It was like they were rheostated slowly off, probably around 4:30 AM. Then about 5 AM, the noise stopped close to sunup.”

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