What's Humming Across the River? Canada Spends $60,000 To Find Odd Noise Source
If the topic were economic development, leaders and residents would gladly say Windsor is humming.
But it's not a good thing when that word describes a mysterious sound that's been an annoyance for nearly two years.
Now Canada will pay researchers to track the odd vibrations, Beatrice Fantoni reports in The Windsor Star.
Windsor/Essex County Hum has 1,278 members and is -- well, humming about the welcome news of a federal study. “What a relief,” its administrator, Gary Grosse, says in the article.
Still, skeptics exist. As of Tuesday morning, 19 percent of Star respondents clicked "no" on reader poll asking "Do you believe the 'Windsor Hum' is real?"