Clipped From The Sandusky Register
be Noises Plaguing Jittery Family; Consider Moving WHITESVILLE, N. J. (UPI) A jittery family today considered moving in order to escape the strange thumping noises that are shaking the walls of their farm house and jangling their nerves. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Salomon and their two daughters, Miriam, 17, and Tina, 10, have no idea what causes the vibrating, rapping sounds in the walls of their five- room house. "But we are looking for some peace and quiet," Mrs. they i«n,.M i said. She indicated they would like to move but added "we don't have the means right now." The mysterious noises started nearly seven weeks ago in the house on the Salomon chicken farm where the family has lived for seven years. Wild life authorities who investigated the noises found no evidence of animals in the walls. "And in this day and age, we don't believe in ghosts or the supernatural," said Mrs. Salomon. She said some of her pictures, vases, ashtrays and lamps have been jolted from tables by the vibrations. "I have taken a lot of pictures from the walls, and I keep my good lamp on the floor^j now," she said. Mrs. Salmon said the family never knows when the noises will start or stop. "Sometimes it lasts just for a minute, and goes away for a couple of hours. Sometimes it stays all day, and keeps us awake at night," she said.