Strange Haunting Sounds Emitting from One World Trade Building
2013 12 09

By Shepard Ambellas | IntelliHub

New York residents are concerned after they have been hearing strange sounds emitting from the newly built One World Trade building

Strange and rather haunting sounds have been emitting from the newly constructed One World Trade building in New York City.

The building which is the replacement for the original World Trade Center that was decimated during the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, killing thousands, is now “wailing” according to some in the most eerie way.

The sounds were first discovered by a local man about a year ago when hurricane Sandy struck. The man has since submitted his story to a local paper explaining that the sound is likely emanating from the building when the wind hits it just right.

Kenny Cummings most recently heard the noise on Nov 27th, reporting, “Have you ever heard from neighbors about the wailing World Trade Center? I live a couple of blocks from the tower, and first heard this very eerie sound during Hurricane Sandy last year. I’ve heard it only once afterwards, sometime last winter. I assumed once the building’s framework and windows went in, the airflow would be redirected.

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