Are Aliens About To Invade Nottingham?

A mysterious 'UFO' sound has been heard over the city...

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An alien sound that has alerted UFO conspiracists worldwide has now been heard in Britain.

Nottingham residents are being terrorised by a terrifying grinding, trumpet-like sound coming from above.

One resident spoke to the Express about hearing the noise, saying: “It was coming from the direction of the Victoria Centre but from the sky.

I was at home with my partner, and we could both hear it — it was really weird,” recounts Calvin Kirklew. Watch the video below to hear the frightening noise. 

In one other video, a thunderous sound can be heard coming from seemingly nowhere. The person filming comments that the unnerving fanfare had been recurring for about 10 minutes straight.

So, why Nottingham? UFO’s have been spotted over the city as far back as the 15th century, but there is no apparent reason for the trumpets to focus on this area.

The same blaring had been noted elsewhere on earth before. The first person to ever record the phenomenon was a Canadian woman named Kimberly, after she caught the weird racket on camera numerous times back in 2013.

Since then videos have been uploaded from countries such as Germany, Ukraine, Belarus, Australia and North America. Now the UK has joined the action.

Scientists are perplexed as to where it came from; some point to a geophysical occurrence like shifting tectonic plates or atmospheric pressure, others believe it’s an alien spaceship landing on earth or worse – the beginning of an alien apocalypse.

When questioned, NASA explained that the cacophony could just be planetary sounds. “If humans had radio antennas instead of ears, we would hear a remarkable symphony of strange noises coming from our planet,” a spokesman for the agency said.

The worrying thing is that no one is entirely sure of the sound’s origin, not even NASA. Nevertheless, the hum continues to appear in Nottingham and worldwide. Is this proof that UFOs exist?

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Loaded staff writer Danielle De La Bastide has lived all over the planet and written for BuzzFeed, Thought Catalog as well as print publications throughout the Caribbean.