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What Are Those Strange Sounds and Could They Be Tied To A Film?

What is a viral marketing campaign?  It's a marketing campaign that spreads like wildfire similar to how a virus spreads.  You should know this as nearly every other film attempts a successful viral campaign.  The best campaigns of this generation include The Dark Knight, Super 8, Cloverfield, and The Last Exorcism.  

Why do I bring up this subject?  You may have come across this YouTube video entitled "Strange Noises Heard Worldwide."  It's causing a great stir between conspiracy theorists as what exactly is heard.  I'll let you decide, check out the video.

This could very well be hoax pulled off by an elaborate team or it could be an early attempt at a viral campaign for some new film.  Remember, this world is supposed to end on December 21, 2012 by some kind of imminent threat, maybe aliens.  The sounds in the video, to me, sound almost too much like a alien spaceship.  

I believe this is an attempt to market the next X-Files film but a friend of mine begs to differ.  I remember a few years back that David Duchovny wanted to make another X-Files just in time for the end of the world.  But I have a friend who begs to differ.  He thinks it could be for Cloverfield 2.  What do you guys think?  Is it for an X-Files film, Cloverfield 2, or maybe it's some low budget film?  

Reader Comments (6)

I posted about this on my site too, I was looking around to see if anyone else may be thinking that it's viral marketing at play. The sounds are nearly identical to the tripod sounds from War of the Worlds and there's a new WOTW film making the rounds as we type..

Thursday, January 19, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterGrrlTragic

Watch Kevin Smith's "Red State". The same sounds are used to trick a group of radical Christians into believing the apocalypse in imminent.

Thursday, January 19, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterschulwitz

The apocalypse trumpets lol

All I can say is that if it is the beginning of a viral campaign, it's a damn good start.

Thursday, January 19, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChuck

It's not a hoax, or a viral marketing campaign. I have heard this myself, and I live in a small rural town in Canada. Why would Hollywood spend millions of dollars to come to our community to do this?

Thursday, January 19, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterbmonster


Hollywood is capable of anything and if Hollywood wanted to promote a film, they would attempt to go to great lengths to do so.

I will have to check out Red State now.

Friday, January 20, 2012 | Registered CommenterJonathan Silva

i live in parma ohio usa and i heard the Costa Rica sound wich was also hear in colorado and maybe many other places but hear is my story . i was walking home from a giant eagle in midtown plaza i live within the streets behind the giant eagle and as i was walking home with my cusion dean we where just alittbit south of the parma south library when we hear the very same Costa Rica sound the pounding repeting sound that was also heard colorado vid but at the time i did not know of any of the vids but me and my cusion heard this sound it was very loud and we had no idea what it could be but we could hear it moveing ? this big noise i could hear it moveing south slowly like a fast walk at best so we told others what we heard and then forgot all about it for months then i saw the Costa rica vid and my vivd memory came rushing back that was the same very sound me and my cusion heard that sound is real. maybe some of the other sounds might be fake but they could be real too . so keep an open mind about these sounds and we should keep are ears and eyes open

Sunday, January 22, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterjustin

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