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Video: 5 Creepy Sounds Recorded by 'Sleep Apps'

Since every new technology seems to provide some kind of fresh form of high strangeness, it should be no surprise that 'sleep apps' have produced some truly unsettling sounds.

YouTube user Top5s has put together an astounding collection of five anomalous and apps recordings made via apps used to record sounds that people make in their sleep.

One such snippet of audio comes from a man who had been receiving complaints from his neighbors about loud voice coming from his apartment at night.

This puzzled him, since he lived by himself, so he used a recording app to see what they were hearing while he was ostensibly sound asleep.

In the chilling recording, a voice asks "what are ya?" and a bizarre, unintelligible voice rambles back in a guttural, raspy response.

Although it could just be the man talking it in his sleep, the 'conversation' is unnerving nonetheless.

Another incredibly strange recording features a series of strange clicking sounds that occur while a woman sleeps.

She then asks "what are you doing," and a man's voice answers "nothing" and then says "it's them."

The recording terrified the woman because the only other person in the apartment that night was her three year old son and the voice clearly did not come from him.

It proved to be so worrisome to the woman that she and her son moved out of the apartment shortly thereafter.

The nightmare fuel-filled video may either inspire you to begin recording your own sleep sounds or convince you never to try such a crazy thing.

Coast Insiders can also learn about a similar case of paranormal phenomena appearing via modern technology by checking out PhD researcher Cal Cooper talking about 'phone calls from the dead' on the 12/30/2013 edition of the program.

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