KUCHING: The AMO Times have picked up information on strange sounds happening in Kota Samarahan just 30 kilometers outside Kuching, Malaysia through an international blog.

The blog apparently posted the last incident captured by a witness in Aaborg Denmark on Jan 10 and the second last one captured by another in Sweden on Nov 1 last year in Kampung Meranek, Kota Samarahan

Apart from the phrases ‘unexplained’, ‘bizarre’ and ‘strange’, many visitors to the blog also used the terms ‘creepy’, ‘disturbing’, ‘phenomenon’ and ‘fascinated’ in their posts. There were videos complete with strange sounds in the blog for all to see.

The blog owners promised to weed out fake videos and also let people decide on claims by witnesses. They also stressed that they would never present the videos as facts.

Re-titled by the blog as ‘Creepy sky dragon sound in Malaysia,’ The Blog article reported that the strange sounds made some residents in Kampung Meranek perturbed and puzzled on Jan 11. The blog said later on the same day an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.3 on the Richter scale hit Sumatera in Indonesia.

Whether the strange sounds over Samarahan and the Indonesian earthquake have any relationship, only scientists can verify.

Deputy Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation Datuk Fadillah Yusuf did not want to jump the gun yesterday.

Although very much interested to find out more, he said he needed to check with the Metrological Department first and foremost for some scientific explanation.

The matter became a hot topic of discussion in Kota Samarahan on that particular day and some residents even documented their experience on Facebook.

Teacher Mohd Ferdauz Jemain, one of those who heard the unexplained bizarre sound that day, shared his experience with sources

Apart from the Indonesian earthquake, another theory thrown to explain the phenomenon was the by-product of the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Programme (HAARP) undertaken by the United States to change weather pattern and processing machines hard at work at an oil palm factory owned by Felcra in Kampung Endap.

So is it really true? Or is it another hoax? You draw the line.

Strange voice heard across Kota Samarahan

Strange sounds all over the World?

Special Thanks for the source referrals to Muaz Shiddiqin and HnfJh