Super weird static energy field discovered by Emily Crocker while hiking around the summit of O’Malley Peak in Anchorage, Alaska. By removing her wool hat and raising her hand from her head, Emily found that the sound of static electricity was resonating on the peak. Similar to static found on old school cathode ray tube TV’s, the humming and buzzing is a bit disconcerting in natural setting but apparently not uncommon in certain conditions. Bizarre.
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