What is this bird/phenomenon called?/u/Weird-Lingonberry772

The Paranormal | February 23, 2023

What is this bird/phenomenon called?/u/Weird-Lingonberry772

So my friend recently told me something that keeps happening where he lives.

He has lived in an apartment building all his life and when he was still a child, it was his first time hearing a sort of oddly specific sound a bird was making (he couldn't quite explain if it was croaking, thrilling or simply whistling). His mother had apparently told him "someone's gonna die" and he asked why she said such a thing so out of nowhere. She explained that every time she heard that specific bird whistling (because it made sounds nothing like any of the other birds), someone died nearby. And sure enough, someone in their building died.

He's only heard it a few more times (didn't ask how many but going to) afterwards and well, surprise surprise, each time someone died (in the area).

I wanted to know if anyone knows if there is any lore about such a bird? if yes, what is it called?

It could all just be a coincidence but it sounds kind of paranormal, like a hellhound in bird version or something

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[link] [comments]So my friend recently told me something that keeps happening where he lives. He has lived in an apartment building all his life and when he was still a child, it was his first time hearing a sort of oddly specific sound a bird was making (he couldn't quite explain if it was croaking, thrilling or simply whistling). His mother had apparently told him "someone's gonna die" and he asked why she said such a thing so out of nowhere. She explained that every time she heard that specific bird whistling (because it made sounds nothing like any of the other birds), someone died nearby. And sure enough, someone in their building died. He's only heard it a few more times (didn't ask how many but going to) afterwards and well, surprise surprise, each time someone died (in the area). I wanted to know if anyone knows if there is any lore about such a bird? if yes, what is it called? It could all just be a coincidence but it sounds kind of paranormal, like a hellhound in bird version or something submitted by /u/Weird-Lingonberry772 [link] [comments]

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