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Do you ever hear voices or music in the fan??
Giordano Bruno
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Do you ever hear voices or music in the fan??
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Sometimes I hear voices in the fan noise, sometimes it sounds like a radio voice with a guest talking as well, sometimes it sounds like music, freaky. It has not happened lately though, what is that?
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RE: Do you ever hear voices or music in the fan??
Sometimes I can swear I hear songs or music when I am trying to sleep! Weird!

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No, only when it's raining.

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I do, when I'm listening for them.


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Yes and for some reason it freaks me out more than just hearing them in an otherwise unoccupied room.

But I can hear my wifes and my names whispered in the wind too, yet those voices comfort. 1dunno1


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RE: Do you ever hear voices or music in the fan??
Giordano Bruno  Wrote: (05-05-2012 06:21 AM)
Sometimes I hear voices in the fan noise, sometimes it sounds like a radio voice with a guest talking as well, sometimes it sounds like music, freaky. It has not happened lately though, what is that?

Good question. Maybe stray radio frequencies being attracted to the electromagnetic field generated by the fan motor? I don't know if that is even possible but that is my best guess.
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Giordano Bruno
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It has been said that this is a phenomenon caused by your tired brain filling in the white noise and "making up" the stuff we hear as music and voices -Sooooo, one night I hear music in the fan noise and I asked my wife and she heard it too, I asked her what TYPE of music? She answered "it sounds like carnival music this time" which is exactly like the merry-go-round type music that I was hearing!!!
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RE: Do you ever hear voices or music in the fan??
Yes, frequently. Mostly radio; sometimes talk, sometimes music. Makes me wonder if there is a way for radio waves to intersect with other electrical frequencies. They say we are living in an electric universe...

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RE: Do you ever hear voices or music in the fan??
I often hear a ticking watch if I'm having trouble sleeping.
I don't wear a watch hardly ever now because of it.
Drives me nuts, I've been hearing it since I was a kid.
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RE: Do you ever hear voices or music in the fan??
STOPPITT  Wrote: (05-05-2012 06:32 AM)
Giordano Bruno  Wrote: (05-05-2012 06:21 AM)
Sometimes I hear voices in the fan noise, sometimes it sounds like a radio voice with a guest talking as well, sometimes it sounds like music, freaky. It has not happened lately though, what is that?

Good question. Maybe stray radio frequencies being attracted to the electromagnetic field generated by the fan motor? I don't know if that is even possible but that is my best guess.

Yes...that's what I'm thinking.

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My sinuses whistle songs. chuckle

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Some people can here music in anything. Its the left hand path, so far as I know. At one with your surroundings, hearing music in the fan, the traffic, the wind, etc. I like it on this side of the fence. Please enjoy this song.

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RE: Do you ever hear voices or music in the fan??
For me, it's like hearing the transmission of a radio broadcast. If it's music, it's generally instrumental. If it's talk radio, I can hear the voices, but can't quite make out the words. Nice that you brought this up, OP...I've been experiencing this for awhile. Heartflowers

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Giordano Bruno
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Chrysalis  Wrote: (05-05-2012 06:51 AM)
For me, it's like hearing the transmission of a radio broadcast. If it's music, it's generally instrumental. If it's talk radio, I can hear the voices, but can't quite make out the words. Nice that you brought this up, OP...I've been experiencing this for awhile. Heartflowers

Yes the "radio voices" sound like an interview between a host and guest - or - it's different types of music. exactly.
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Wolf Pup  Wrote: (05-05-2012 06:22 AM)
Sometimes I can swear I hear songs or music when I am trying to sleep! Weird!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypnagogia#Sounds

Hypnagogic imagery is often auditory or has an auditory component.

Like the visuals, hypnagogic sounds vary in intensity from faint impressions to loud noises, such as crashes and bangs (exploding head syndrome). People may imagine their own name called or a doorbell ringing.

Snatches of imagined speech are common. While typically nonsensical and fragmented, these speech events can occasionally strike the individual as apt comments on—or summations of—their thoughts at the time. They often contain word play, neologisms and made-up names.

Hypnagogic speech may manifest as the subject's own "inner voice", or as the voices of others: familiar people or strangers. More rarely, poetry or music is heard.[29]"
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