Infrasound Pulsations in Hull, England
The Morning Star
May 4, 2011
A nine-year-old girl was described as 'critical but stable' in Hull hospital today after surviving a fire that killed her father and younger sister.
Philip Braithwaite, 49, and his seven-year-old daughter Jessica died in a blaze on Hawthorn Road in Redcar, Teesside, on Monday evening. Catriona Braithwaite survived, while police said that the girls' mother was "not at home," although she lived with the family.
Investigators are still attempting to establish the cause of the fire, which began at 11pm. Early indications raised suspicions that it may have been started deliberately.
"The police investigation is ongoing and is still in the early stages," according to a spokesman for Cleveland Police.
This Is Hull and East Riding
October 28, 2010
What was it?: No one seems to have seen what caused the humming sound over parts of Hull and Holderness in the early hours of this morning.
Mystery surrounds the source of a loud "humming" noise heard by Hull residents last night. The Mail has received several calls from readers from across the city who heard the noise at about 2am.
Some have speculated the noise was caused by a low-flying military aircraft. But Damien Elvin, spokesman for the Ministry of Defence, said it was not aware of any military aircraft in the area.
Mr Elvin said he had made enquiries with the MoD's Low Flying Complaints and Enquiries Unit. He said: "We have no confirmed activity in that area."
But a force spokeswoman confirmed: "Between 1.15am and 5.12am the helicopter was in Scunthorpe."Mail reader Mike Covell posted a message on facebook. He wrote: "About 2 o'clock this morning a loud noise was heard over east Hull, possibly further, and it appeared as though it was a large aircraft with decent sized engines struggling to gain altitude.
"People reported all the usual stuff like UFOs and even a possible terrorist attack, but whatever it was it gradually grew quieter and quieter.
"There are no records of such a flight experiencing troubles over Hull and as far as I can ascertain there were no low-flying commercial airliners at that time.
"What was odd about the sound is the duration, in that it appeared to be over east Hull for approximately 10 minutes. Efforts to gain a visual on the craft failed."
Another reader, Leah Simpson, added: "It was really loud in Hedon. Quite spooky." ...
The intense ultra-low frequency humming disturbing the residents of Hull and East Riding, England has been identically described in previous years by residents of Bridlington, England, as well as in Mawnan and Llanidloes, Wales. These sites lie along a strong band of resonant infrasound standing waves being focused by the Orion pyamids of Giza, Egypt.
Hull, England (53.74°N 0.33°W) is 2,273 miles from Giza, or 9.1% of the Earth's mean circumference distance, and lies along the same band as Bridlington and Stonehenge. This entire area has become known worldwide for the magnificent mandala formations rendering purely mathematical formulas that are continually impressed into the fields every year.
The same effect of ultra-low frequency humming has also been reported at crop circles, and has been repeatedly reported in many other infrasound focal points around the world, without being registered by seismology equipment, most recently in Kimberley, Idaho; Wilmington, North Carolina; Anderson, Indiana and Sydney, Australia. In various other cases, vibrating cellphones and shavers have spontaneously ignited by this same effect, as reported in Vallejo, California; the Berici Hills of northern Italy and in Messina, Sicily. Other infrasound focal points include Ratria, India; Seattle, Washington; San Mateo and Santa Barbara, California.