I know this sounds weird, but I sometimes hear voices in water. Not often, but occasionally. Tonight it's happened twice. Once coming from a fish tank in another room. A few minutes ago, from the water tank of my toilet. I can't make out what the voices are saying, but it sounds conversational along with a ghostly airy sound like you'd hear in a movie. They didn't last very long tonight, but I've never heard them twice in one night and never from the water tank of my toilet. And no, the toilet wasn't running.
Anyone else ever experience this? If so, what was the source of water? Kind of eerie, but I'm not concerned.
Are you sure it isn't just Michael Lucas directing a drugged out you in a movie piss scene?
You've got water demons, OP. Get the hell outta there!
Does anyone remember the ancient DL thread about disappearing objects? It was an OP about cigarettes or a lighter and had something to do with a hooker sitting on some steps.
There was also a subsequent blog post made my someone (a PhD?) afterwards. If a kind and remembering soul could link me to either or both of these, I'd be a happy man.
OP - Very cool, but I've never experienced this.
This sounds like a Rumpy thread.
They cannot sing above the ground, OP.
You in danger gurgle!
Funny you posted this OP. I have a fishtank in my living room and sometimes when I sleep on the couch I hear what sounds like voices coming from the tank. I can't make out what's being said. I just attribute it to some mechanism in the motor/filter thing.
Whenever I detoxed, I heard violins from the water pipes.
Be patient, OP. After you stop sharting, you'll be able to eat. In a week, you'll be able to sleep 8 hours in a row! In 21 days the shakes will stop.
ww for r6
The same thing happens in Letter to Three Wives
Nemo can you hear me? Nemo can you see me?
You have schizophrenia.
Are you sure you don't have an IPOD that you left on in the house?
Obviously you're going to drown.
So I've been awake in bed for hours. About 20 minutes ago I start hearing banjo/folk rock music coming from the fish tank. I checked to make sur my phone and iPad weren't streaming music. I waited. Kept listening. Finally got up to investigate the music. Got closer to the fish tank source and it stopped. All I hear now are bubbles. Wtf is going on?
Fwiw, I don't listen to that type of music. I'm getting a little freaked out now.
Don't get too close, OP. The fish want to make you squeal like a pig.
Tell me more... this sounds like it could be the plot for my next shitty movie!
Love R6, WW. Laughed and laughed. Out loud even.
You should seek medical or psychological help.
It is just aging. How old are you?
If you're a male aged 15-25 it could be schizophrenia. Otherwise it's the gypsies who live in your attic.
Does anyone else hear the voices when they come to your place?
The call is coming from inside the toilet!
OP, it's not unusual to hear voices and music through a white noise source. It happens to me sometimes with an electric fan. The voices are expressionless and sound somewhat like a radio broadcast. The music ranges from orchestral to country.
And no I am not schizoprhenic, it is normal for the brain to interpret white noise as other sounds. But it IS freaky.
R15 - Holy fuck the squidbillies have moved into your aquarium.
Wow, I was going to post pretty much the exact same thing as r26. I often run electric fans. I enjoy the peacefulness of the whirring sound as well as the movement of the air. Every once in awhile I hear what sounds like a low volume conversation or radio broadcast. As soon as I turn off the fan, the "conversation" disappears. It's a little unsettling.
It doesn't happen every time I use a fan. Far from it. Maybe once every three months or so. Even though I know it is some kind of audial illusion, it seems so real when it happens that I still feel obliged to go through the process of turning off the fan to "investigate".
Agree with r26. Same thing happens to me when I have the space heater running in the area of the garage sectioned off that I paint in. Freaked me out for a long time.
My mother worked with a woman who heard voices and music in her toilet. It turned out that she lived near a transmission tower for the local radio station and for some reason, the water in the toilet was somehow conductive to the transmission. Other people on her block also heard the radio through various water sources.
Might be "The Incredible Shrinking Man" calling for help????
My mother heard voices through water too, OP.
Then we found out she had a brain tumor.
She's dead now.
R32, I thought brain tumor sufferers smelled things rather than heard things.
I guess it depends on where the brain tumor is inside the skull whether you have auditory or "smellatory" mirages.
Or, if you are "Mawma" on Sordid Lives, it presses up, yes, up on the "sexshul" part of your brain
r30 probably closest to the facts.
If it were just voices that might just be spooky, but if you're hearing music (ghosts hate banjos!)...
Probably an auditory glitch. More to do with where your home is located. Like a domed Cathedral where you can stand at one end and whisper to someone at the other end.
Likely there's some strange physical phenomena that is channeling sound WAVES towards your home and water just happens to be the conductor.
Or like the poster who pointed out that radio waves were being picked up in everyone's water in a neighborhood by a tower.
Or you're cray-cray
Them are demons you're hearing!
Wate is saying `I don`t like you;get out of me!`.
[R13] made me chuckle. About a year ago, I was driving my car and kept hearing a strange, muffled voice. I would stop, turn off the radio and the voice would stop. I would start driving and I'd hear the the voice again, even when the radio was off.
Turns out, I hadn't turned off my GPS unit. It was giving me turn by turn directions from the case and armrest where I keep it!
In 400 Yards, Turn Left
I think it was the screams of my career drowning in a bottle.
[quote]I guess it depends on where the brain tumor is inside the skull whether you have auditory or "smellatory" mirages.
I think the word is olfactory"
I'ts perfectly normal. It's auditory apophenia or sound matrixing. The human brain tries to make sense of random patterns. Like when we see faces in clouds or Jesus on burnt toast, that's called pareidolia.
Taking hallucinagens will do this to you.
OP, it's obviously the little scuba man in your fish tank. Maybe he's lost his air supply and is calling for help.
It's the Tidy Bowl man! ROTFLMAO!
I hear them whenever I'm in the shower.
Mr. Wagner, I'm guessing that is Natalie Wood's voice you're hearing.
I had completely forgotten about the Tidy Bowl Man. Yikes.
This came up in the book "The Lovely Bones" where Susie, the dead protagonist, waas able to communicate with her (living) brother only when he was sitting by a gushing fountain.
[quote]Like when we see faces in clouds or Jesus on burnt toast, that's called pareidolia.
No, it's called a miracle, heathen!