Update: Strange sounds in Terrace, B.C. are trending again

Video footage of eerie sounds – similar to footage captured two years ago – taken this week in Terrace fuels other-worldly speculation

  • May. 7, 2015 9:00 a.m.

Strange sounds in Terrace

Here you go…heres your sound sorce.skate park terrace bc…strange noise my ass..lol.810am today.

Posted by Purnell Good on Thursday, May 7, 2015



It’s probably safe to say that Terrace, B.C.’s long reputation as a UFO hotspot isn’t going anywhere.

Nearly two years after video footage of “Strange sounds in Terrace, B.C.” went viral, similar footage featuring similar sounds – these videos allegedly captured this week – is once again gaining traction online through news reports and social media.

In late-summer 2013, after the first video of eerie, low, metallic sounds emerged and Terrace residents who had heard the early-morning sounds searched for answers, the City of Terrace claimed responsibility for the noises.

In a post on its Facebook page, the city said at the time, “a city employee was preparing a grader for some work on Lanfear hill and produced that mysterious noise with the grader blade.”

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