“What was the loud noise that caused terror in Medellin (last night August 24, 2020)?”
— El Tiempo, August 25, 2020, Colombia, South America
Medellin, Colombia, South America, at 10:06 PM local time on Monday, August 24, 2020. Image above is from a cell phone recording of a strange jet-like sound © 2020 by Eduardo DeGreiff. Medellin, Colombia, has a population of 2.4 million people and is about 123 miles straight north of Manizales, a city of 434,000 people.
August 25, 2020 Medellin, Colombia – In today’s El Tiempo newspaper in Colombia, South America, the headline asked: “What was the loud noise that caused terror in Medellin (last night August 24, 2020)?” A cell phone video of unexplained, strange, jet-like sky sounds recorded over Medellin by Eduardo DeGreiff at 10:06 pm local time began circulating in twitter on Monday evening, August 24, 2020. The night sky was dark and cloudy. There were no aircraft visible while the strange and loud jet-like sound alarmed people and provoked social media comments about “ghosts to aliens from outer space” causing the scary night disturbance.
Eduardo de Greiff Portuguese to English translation: “This, in the past, opens the port of the child in Medellin. It was a placer.” Medellin, Colombia, has a population of 2.4 million people and its river port contains a submerged bank or reef of sand in the water known as a “placer.” The twitter image above is a video frame from a cell phone recording of a loud and strange jet-like sound on August 24, 2020, at 10:06 PM local time © by Eduardo DeGreiff, in Medellin, Colombia, South America.
This is the fourth round of unexplained, bizarre sounds reported in Bogota, Colombia, since February 2020. By April 2020, odd sky sounds were compared to trumpets reported in Colombia and Argentina. Even earlier this month on August 5, 2020, Earthfiles received a strange sky sound report from Constanza Jaramillo in Manizales, Colombia, about a bizarre, loud sound that some people thought were trumpets and others heard as a roaring, circling jet. It was similar to a cell phone recording on June 22, 2020, in Austria, featured in an Earthfiles.com report on July 4, 2020. See link to Austria video at end of this report.
Colombia’s largest newspaper, El Tiempo, hypothesized that the explanation for the jet-like sound on Monday night, August 24th, might be a “cyelomoto.” That Portuguese word translates to “sky quake” in English. Some scientists think that occasionally meteors coming in fast in the upper atmosphere can produce sonic frequencies of varying intensities. But that would not explain the hundreds of strange booms, metallic trumpet sounds, scraping metal and loud, invisible jet sound reports that have emerged persistently from around the world in both hemispheres since 2011.
Comparison of Strange Sky Sounds Recorded in Medellin, Colombia,
on August 24th and Manizales on August 5th, 2020
Manizales, Colombia, August 5, 2020, twilight sky with clouds and moon, sent to Earthfiles by Constanza Jaramillo.
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