For two years now, the Ehrfurths have been enduring an annoying, persistent noise in their home — a low, motor-like rumble accompanied by a vibration. They can't figure out what's causing it, and it's been a challenge getting others to believe them because the problem starts and stops.
They've lived in the house at 2048 Mary Queen Road for 42 years, and it's only been the last two years that it's been a problem.
"It's like there's a semi parked right outside with the engine running, but when you look out, there isn't one," said Leona Ehrfurth, 76.
And it quits at the most inconvenient times. Like when they bring city officials, acoustic experts or news reporters into their house to experience the problem.
"The Noise" Has Left Syracuse, Now Finds Its way to Wisconsin
7/23/2008 07:57:00 PM | Author: baloghblog
Having been tormented myself by "the noise" in the town of Geddes last winter and into this summer, I feel this couple's pain. That said, for what ever reason, I haven't heard the noise in weeks. Perhaps it's vacationing in Green Bay for the summer?the noise . You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
Green-Bay Press:It all sounds so familiar... Ehrfurths, does it sound like this (mp3)?