For over a decade, people have captured strange noises on video all over the world. No one knows for sure what is causing the strange trumpet-like sounds, and some are wondering if it could be a sign of the end times.
The Daily Mail reports: "Sounding like a trumpet or a collective from a brass section of an orchestra, a selection of videos shot from the Canada to Ukraine, via the U.S., Germany and Belarus show strange goings on above us. And the eerie sounds have been continuously heard at all different times and locations for almost a decade."
"It's weird. It's weirder to see the video because you're just seeing the skies all over the world," Glenn said.
People are drawing connections between the sounds and Revelations 8:2 which says, "And I saw the seven angels which stood before God; and to them were given seven trumpets." Those trumpets are said to herald the beginning of the end times.
"No big deal. Don't worry about it," Pat joked.
While the world is certainly at an interesting time - the Pope is telling people to prepare for martyrdom and Christians are being beheaded in the Middle East - Glenn's not convinced these are Biblical trumpets. After all, they don't sound all that majestic and heavenly.
"I don't think this is God," Glenn said. "They suck."
"He has Louis Armstrong up there. Come on," Pat joked.
When TheBlaze reported on these sounds in 2013, they quoted a city spokesperson who blamed a blade being ground down on a grader. "The grader blade needed to be straightened. Kind of gets ground down, and it makes a very strange noise. It’s as simple as that," the spokesperson said.
One listener, Monica, isn't buying it.
"Glenn, we hear that sound all the time. It is a shofar. It's a ram's horn. It's a biblical instrument. My husband plays it all the time," Monica said. "We play it on the Sabbath. On the High Holy Days. The Passovers. The Feast of Tabernacles. Pentecost coming up, we'll be playing it. And we both looked at each other, my husband and I, and we said, oh, my goodness, that's a shofar. And we could play it for you right now. I think the father in heaven is playing his shofar."
"Now, if you listen to like the 1967, the war, when they took over the Temple Mount you will hear those guys playing the shofar in unison. When you hear this, you'll hear many men playing these, some women, but they will play it and you can't believe your ears. This is what they played at Jericho when the walls came tumbling down."
"It is heavenly. And I believe the Father is sharpening his sword. This is a trumpet call for people to get ready. This is amazing. I've never heard of these recordings. When we heard the sound, it was so familiar to our ears. I'm telling you, Glenn, this is a biblical sign. And I believe that the shofars are sounding."
Monica has been a listener since Glenn's days in Tampa where he used to organize the "schlub club", listeners who would call in with a coordinated weird opinion on a news story. He wasn't sure if Monica as sincere in her shlomo theory, or if she was pranking the,.
Glenn admitted that while some part of him wants to say this could be trumpets from Heaven, there could be a much more mundane explanation.
Watch a portion of the analysis below: