Audio tape released by former US official reveals the association of mysterious sound with Havana syndrome. The audio recording was made by a former US official in Cuba.
On Sunday, a former US official released an audio tape with CBS News that purports to demonstrate a sound linked to Havana Syndrome, a strange sickness with unknown origins that has sickened US officials, warriors, and intelligence professionals.
The former official, who did not want to be identified, said he became sick at his house in Havana, Cuba, and informed CBS’ ’60 Minutes’ about it. He reported the sound as “just loud sound” which “just absolutely filled my room.”
Since it was initially reported in 2016, the illness has purportedly impacted almost 200 US officials, but the reason has yet to be discovered by American intelligence.
The sound in the video below does not create Havana Syndrome, but it is a by-product of it, according to CBS. The noise is a high-pitched tone that can be really annoying.
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In China, South America, and Europe, US officials have developed an unknown disease. According to certain claims in the media, half of the victims were CIA workers.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in November that the Biden administration was “intently focused” on solving the problem. It’s been labelled a “anomalous health incident” by the administration.
Symptoms of the illness were originally reported by diplomats working at the US Embassy in Havana, and included headaches, dizziness, tinnitus, and vertigo, as well as visual, hearing, and balance problems. Some people are said to have experienced long-term brain injury.
The most likely culprit, according to a report commissioned by the State Department, is a pulse of radio frequency radiation “directed” at US sites. According to American media reports, Russia or China may be behind the development and deployment of a top-secret microwave weapon.
However, according to a report acquired by BuzzFeed News and ordered by the State Department, the disease was caused by the short-tailed cricket, not a foreign power.
Cuban experts refuted reports that the sickness was caused by secret sonic weapons in September. They said the symptoms were linked to widespread neurosis among US agents and that there was “no scientific evidence of attacks.”