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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Investigating Strange Noises Coming From The Earth

For hundreds of years, residents of a small New England town have been hearing strange noises coming from the earth.

Reporter Ari Daniel took a trip there, to Moodus, Connecticut, to check out the reports. He produced the story for Stylus, WBUR’s experimental documentary series about sound, music, and listening.

The piece features the voices of Cathy Wilson, Moodus resident; Alison Guinness, historian; and John Ebel, seismologist, Weston Observatory, Boston College.

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