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A serious Hum documentary is in the works – would you like to appear in it or provide input?

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I’ve been busy with media requests recently, but I’d like to single out one in particular. Dean Fleischer-Camp, based out of Los Angeles and having experience in the film industry, has put a crew together who are aiming to produce the first feature-length documentary about the worldwide Hum. They want to come up to Vancouver within a few months to meet with some Hum hearers, conduct interviews, and gather related information.

Even you can’t make it to Vancouver, may I encourage you to contact Dean at humdocumentary@gmail.com, and share your story. This is part of the work – the heavy lifting – that will solve the Hum by bringing widespread attention and normalization to the issue.

Thank you for your efforts.




  1. Melissa says:

    I’m thrilled at this news Glen!

    • Melissa says:

      I have been in touch with Dean, answered some questions, and asked a few of my own. He and his crew may stop in the SF Bay Area on route to Vancouver, and if the timing is right I am happy to be interviewed.

  2. dhamma@telfort.nl says:

    Goedemorgen Dirk, Kijk, er staat nog een film op stapel over LFG. Interessant om in de gaten te houden. Ik zal dit berichtje ook doorsturen naar Margriet Westerhof en Christa Moesker. Overigens fijn om te horen dat jullie alsnog spreektijd hebben gekregen op dat symposium. Zet hem op 🙂 ! Vriendelijke groet, Ton Schermer

    Op 8 mei 2014, om 02:45 heeft World Hum Database and Mapping Project het volgende geschreven:

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  3. Graham Tomlin says:

    I would very much love to assist in this project. My particular place of residence is a HUM magnet. I reside in Union Bay BC on Vancouver island. I have been suffering from this annoying sound now for 3 years. Or I should say hearing it for 3 years, although I believe it’s has affected me for closer to 15 years, or since I moved to the Comox valley. There is little doubt in my mind that anyone who can’t hear this sound will have no problem hearing it in my house. I’m not sure why but my home seems to amplify this sound to absurdity. On May 24, 2014, I visited Powell River for the evening, I mention this as the creator of the world wide hum database lives In this town. As I was able to hear the hum while staying in a hotel very close to the ferry terminal, it was nothing compared to what we hear over on Vancouver island. I would rate it a 2 out of 10 on the annoying scale. My house is a constant 10+ on days when it’s “on”. I also emailed Novak, the head of the Windsor hum research last year when he was announced as the person in charge of figuring that hum out. He was kind enough to reply, but was not interested in sounds anywhere else but Windsor. This past weekend I visited Whistler BC way up in the mountains and was pleased to find NO HUM! If only I could have stayed. If this project goes ahead, I feel to only visit a noisy city like Vancouver will not produce the desired results. Late at night in Union bay no other sounds but the Hum can be heard in my home, And not just heard but felt as well. If there was ever a device that could record or hear this sound, this would be the place to listen to it. I’m at the point now where I will pay good money for anybody to find and destroy whatever is causing this sound.

  4. Graham Tomlin says:

    My apologies. I read “lives and works on the Sunshine Coast” and for some reason assumed Powell River. I guess the Sunshine Coast is quite a bit larger then that! I stand corrected, although it’s still in my neck of the woods. 😉

  5. karen elizabeth dahl says:

    It would be good to include England in the documentary. This is not a place where people are given to complain, the English way is at worst smug at best satisfied, but more and more now, the sound is being mentioned, causing disturbance and concern. The South West of England is particularly badly affected, maybe due to the radon underground???

  6. Andrew says:

    If they need an editor, I would love to be of service.

  7. Johnf993 says:

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  9. Hum in SW Ireland too, no Radon here. Sounds like modulating between a low F and a low E flat. With RTA (real time analyzer) can capture it, it’s around 50db, not a sine wave, but more chaotic, but with a range of harmonics accompanying a varying root note.

  10. Melissa says:

    Hi Glen, I’m wondering if this is still happening and if so would you provide an update? Thanks!

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