Basic Information About Voices & Visions

This page contains some basic information about voices, visions and other unusual sensory perceptions. If you feel you know little about the experience of hearing voices or seeing visions, it’s a good place to start. However if you already know the basics and would like some more detailed information, check out the ‘About Voices‘ and ‘Personal Experiences‘ sections.

What Are Voices & Visions?

When we talk about voices and visions, we simply mean someone is hearing, seeing or sensing something that others around them aren’t. These experiences can include all five senses, hearing, sight, smell, taste and touch. These experiences can occur in one sense at a time (hearing a voice, for example, or smelling something), but they can also happen in combination.

For some, these experiences can be comforting. For example, someone who is lonely may really value a voice that becomes a trusted confidant. A person who has recently lost someone they care about may benefit from talking to them at the end of the day, or smelling their perfume/aftershave. Others find these experiences to be a source of inspiration. Authors, for example, sometimes talk about how the characters can come to life and write the story for them. However, for some people these voices and visions can be extremely distressing – criticising, threatening or causing confusion.

How Common Is It?

Statistics vary, but it’s generally accepted that between 3 and 10% of the population hear voices that other people don’t. If you include one off experiences (like hearing someone call your name when you’re out shopping, or feeling your phone vibrate in your pocket) this figure goes up to 75%. So, having at least one experience of hearing or seeing something that others around you don’t is incredibly common. Those that have never had this experience are in the minority.

A number of famous and important people (past and present) have experience of hearing or seeing things that other people don’t. Without these people, the world would be a very different place. This list of famous people who have talked or written about hearing voices includes: Gandhi, Socrates, Joan of Arc, Freud, Anthony Hopkins, Philip K Dick, John Frusciante, Carlos Santana, Robert Schumann, John Forbes Nash, Zoe Wannamaker and Charles Dickens.

What’s It Like?

We’re all unique, so it’s unsurprising that voices and visions can be equally individual in terms of their identity, content, interpretation and impact. The following gives a brief overview. If you don’t recognise your experience here, that doesn’t mean you’re ‘weird’ or ‘unusual’.


Some people hear voices talking when no-one is around. These could be like the voices of people they know, or complete strangers. They might hear many voices, or just one. Voices can shout, whisper, be clear or muffled. They can speak in sentences or say single words. These voices can be male, female, genderless, old or young. Sometimes they have names, but not always. Voices can speak constantly (24/7), but they can also utter occasional words or phrases. People can hear other types of sounds too, including knocking, rustling, crying, screaming or music.

Some voices can be positive – providing the support and encouragement someone needs to get through the day. Other voices can be confusing, perhaps echoing thoughts or repeating strange phrases. Some voices can be very frightening, saying things that are critical, threatening or commanding. Voices can claim to have great power and knowledge, which can sometimes leave the voice-hearer feeling scared and powerless. Some voices can leave a person feeling very vulnerable and exposed (e.g. hearing a crowd of people jeering at you, or discussing intimate details of your life).


Some people see things that others don’t. These visions can be very clear and realistic, but they can also include fuzzy shapes, shadows and beams of light. Some people see the voices that they hear, others see insects or spiders. For some, the visions are very complex (like entering into another world). For others, the visions sit alongside their everyday world (an added box, person or animal for example). Sometimes, it can seem as if people or objects are changing shape. Their faces may turn to stone, they may be surrounded by a coloured aura or, for example, their eyes may change colour. As with voices, these visions can be reassuring, funny, frightening or distracting.


Some people smell things that remind them of their past. This could be something nice, like a loved one’s perfume/aftershave or a favourite food.

Sometimes people smell things that remind them of a particularly traumatic experience. For example, someone who survived a house fire may smell smoke when they feel anxious. Someone who was hurt by someone wearing a particular scent may, sometimes, smell this when there is no-one there to account for it. This can be extremely frightening, especially if they don’t recognise that this sensory experience comes from the past.

For others, the smell isn’t linked to a particular memory or traumatic event. For example, some people smell gas, burning or rotting food. These smells can feel very real and leave them fearing for their safety.


It can be difficult for someone to know that they’re tasting something that others can’t – unless they get someone else to try it too. This can make taste experiences particularly difficult to deal with. Some people get a strong bitter taste in their food or drink and, understandably, start to worry that there is something wrong with it. This can lead people to worry that they are being poisoned, or that someone is tampering with their food. Others have taste sensations when they are not eating. This might be when they are hearing a voice, watching a TV programme or thinking about something. These taste sensations can be pleasant (e.g. chocolate or a favourite food), but they can also be unnerving or unpleasant (e.g. something bitter or metallic).

Feeling (touch)

Some people can feel things on their skin when there doesn’t seem to be anything there. They might feel something crawling over their skin, tickling them or pushing them. Sometimes people feel something underneath their skin, and this can lead them to feel really worried about what is happening to their body.

Understandably these experiences can be very confusing and frightening. It’s not as simple as this, though. For others, these experiences can be reassuring. Someone who feels lonely and hears a reassuring voice may feel comforted if they feel a hand on their shoulder. They might interpret it as a sign that the voice is trying to support them.

Why Do People Hear Voices

There are lots of different theories and ideas to explain why people hear voices or see visions. These include:

  • A special gift or sensitivity
  • Trauma or adverse life experiences
  • Dissociation
  • Spiritual experiences
  • Biochemical (e.g. excess dopamine)
  • Paranormal experiences
  • Emotional distress
  • Physical health problems
  • Cognitive error (misattribution of ‘internal speech’)
  • Individual difference

The truth is that we do not know why people hear voices or see visions. As the experience is so diverse, it’s likely that there are a number of different explanations. Whilst this can be frustrating for those who feel confused and would like a simple answer or some certainty, it means that the most important explanation is the one that the voice-hearer themselves finds useful. It is important not to impose your own belief on someone else’s experience – this is fundamental to the Hearing Voices Network approach. Rather than providing a dogmatic view of voice-hearing, we recognise and celebrate a festival of explanations.

Whatever someone believes about their experiences, the most important thing is to find ways of dealing with that belief and finding some sense of power, control and hope within it.

Is Recovery Possible?

At the Hearing Voices Network we use the word recovery to mean ‘living the life you choose, not the life others choose for you’ (whether those others are family, friends, workers or voices). Many people who hear voices simply don’t need to recover – they are already living lives that they love. The voices might enhance their wellbeing, or their experiences may simply not detract from it.

For those who have particularly overwhelming experiences that lead them into the mental health services, recovery can feel like a distant dream. The good news is that people can, and do, find ways to deal with (and recover from) distressing voices. Perhaps more importantly, people can also recover from the situations that can make voices and visions so hard to deal with. Many people who recover continue to hear voices. Sometimes these voices change during the recovery process (being an ally, rather than an attacker). Other times these voices become quieter, less intrusive or even disappear altogether. Others find that the voices stay the same, but that they are no longer ruled by them. They feel stronger and more able to choose whether to listen to the voices or not.

We have witnessed many amazing journeys of recovery in the Hearing Voices Network. These journeys are, by their very nature, very individual. However, these journeys have led us to believe that no matter how overwhelmed or distressed the person is by their experiences (or whatever labels they have collected throughout their time in the mental health system) – recovery IS possible.

333 responses to “Basic Information About Voices & Visions”

  1. M Latif

    I hear voices but not really sure what it is and where they are coming from.

  2. Darian Thompson

    I’m 17 and I have been hearing, seeing, and feeling things for a long time. At first I kept these things to myself but I’ve told my family. They don’t know exactly how to deal with it and this website has helped me a lot knowing that I’m not alone. My family and friends try to help, but they don’t really understand what I am going through.

  3. Jess

    I’m 18, I’ve heard voices for a long time… Ever since I was just a kid. When I was a kid I would talk to the voices as I was playing, myself and family thought it was just normal for a kid to have imaginary friends, but it was more then a friend, and I realize it now. These voices got stronger once a friend attempted suicide, I missed about a week of school, things at home weren’t so great either, so the voices got mean and abusive about 3 years, She put me though a lot and made me feel horrible. she’s still mean and abusive but not as much. She’s mostly calm and happy and wants to have fun, but I’ve noticed I’m not me, and I think I’m acting like her… And that scares me, I’m taking
    medication for depression as well.

    Not only do I have voices, I have a whole septet world in my head, I live there sometimes

  4. Help!

    I need advice on a issue that happened to me last night that I can not even really explain in words. I feel that whatever happened to me was something evil! I went to go to bed about 2am because I was up Christmas shopping online. I go to lay down and get some sleep. I started noticing voices in my head, I tried to ignore them but then they got louder. Then I started hearing really weird conversations in my head like I was in a room full of people. The contestations were weird, I can’t remember exactly what they were about, but it was really odd rambling of sentences that made no sense and deep voices. I even heard little kids laugh and giggle, and it really started to worry me. I shut my eyes and all a sudden I started seeing a vision of a face come out of the darkness of my eyes. I don’t even know how to say this, but the face was of something evil. As I had my eyes closed and I started seeing this face come out of the darkness of my eyes, I opened my eyes and the face was still there.I can even explain how scared I was, but I tried ignoring it . As I fell asleep I remember something screaming in my ear so loud it woke me up and I jumped. I’m so scared and confused right now because this isn’t normal. The only way I can explain this was I felt this was something evil. I was not drinking, I’m on no medications, I was 100% not dreaming, and I’m not crazy, or have any mental illnesses. The thing that scares me most is that my boyfriend says that in my sleep I was praying with my hands on my chest, my fingers were crossed, and he said that I kept grabbing my head and thrashing around. Please I need someone to help me, I’m not crazy at all. I feel like seriously something evil was with me last night and I don’t even know how to explain it, or what to do.

  5. Jake

    I Just Heard in my head a creepy voice saying I’m a little whipersnapper and I say in but in a different voice so what shall i do…

  6. Emma

    I have been hearing voices in my head for some time now. They sound like my friends and family members, but sometimes they sound like complete strangers, or people I may have heard on TV. I told one of my friends and they said the voices in their head always whisper. While the volume of the voices in my head vary. But no matter the volume they all always scream my name. Their screams sound as if I’m in trouble or in a life-or-death situation. Many sites said it happens when their falling asleep, but for me it can be at any time of the day. They sound as if I could be about to jump to my death, caught stealing from a cookie jar, or in a dire moment. You listed reasons of how people might be able to hear these voices. I went through a terrible trauma when i was 8. I don’t know if that helps any of your research. Thank you for your time, and for allowing me to share my experiences.

  7. Anonymous

    I have visions like the winning lottery numbers,suicides,murder,and other things…I have visions and they appear on the news…I also had a vision of the Paris attacks ….Do you think this sounds weurd,if i should try and stop it or tell people what I see to stop things….I’m confused I also hear voices and weird sounds please answer…I actually like it because I know what’s going to happen but I don’t cheat in the Lottery…BTW I’m 12

    1. Jessica

      Hello, my name is Jessica. Have you thought about using this gift to help others. Does it come and go? Can you control it, for example can u see visions of people you come in contact with?

  8. alow0056

    i heard a voice before it said my name and the 3rd time i forgot what it said. first it was a girls voice saying my name, then a mans, then another voice i forgot


  9. Daniel

    You introduce many different reasons to why people hear voices, have visions, and experience all kinds of things with their senses due to either very great senses or tailored for them specificially, and you also say that “it is important not to impose your own belief on someone else’s experience.” I think it is great that you have a site like this where people can share their experiences, but I wonder where all the messages are from people that acually have the answers? Since I am one of those that do have the answers to everything regarding this site, then you will not post my message here, because then I would impose my own belief the way you look at it. To me it is not a belief, because I have experienced everything that people share here and lots of other things, and I can begin by saying that if all of you would have experienced everything that is said here and then suddenly one day you see a transparent sort of shining beautiful being appears out of the atmosphere that looks like a human being and talks like a human being and can almost touch you like a human being, and this individual explains to you all the reasons to why most people only experience a fragment of all the things that is said here, then why would you hinder my message regarding all of this? I can tell you, between you and I, that none of your reasons to why people experience what they experience here are on your list of reasons. Let us just say that I prove my point by building a really crappy version of the transparent highly intelligent being that I live with 24/7, then what do you think an eternity is capable of? I will stop here, because you will never post anything that comes out of my fingers, because you are not allowed to and mankind will never ever be able to see beyond a microscope or a telescope and if a transparent being that looks like a human being could manipulate me and play around with me without me knowing it, and I am the brighest human being ever lived on Earth, then what do you think beings like her, because she is a woman, could do for fun with the rest of the 7.2 billions of human beings?! Good luck with your site. If you need answers, which you won’t, but you might read in the newspapers one day about the oldest man on Earth that doesn’t age physically where scientists claim that an “age gene” has been mutated, because that is how mankind explains everything, right?

  10. John

    I hear the static noise of an old tv at night. I don’t think it’s a bad thing, since I kinda like the sound, but sometimes it overwhelms me.

    1. John

      also sometimes the static noise is so loud that it makes me dizzy, and it makes my head feel really clear. I can also hear classical music if I listen carefully.

  11. K

    Thank you so much for creating a place like this! I’ve heard and seen things for as long as I can remember. During stress it can get very bad. But mostly it’s ok.

    The lack of information and general “meh” attitude of many professionals left me confused and feeling alone. Especially when I appear “normal” if that makes sense.

    My symptoms are random visual disturbances such as static spiders, static, lighy flashes, light boxes, waves and circles. I get crawlin sensations and I hear things. It used to be an almost constant thing, the voices I mean, and can become worsr when I’m stressed. Mostly they make little sense. But sometimes they say horrible things.

    at the moment I don’t hear them often but when I do it scares me as the one I hear atm says mean things. I really hope it stops… my mood isn’t good at the moment which doesn’t help.

    No one listens.

  12. azUcena

    Hearing voices is making my life difficulT. They’re always negative and I can’t even do every day things anymore

  13. Lynn

    I see this conversation wasn’t added to since Dec. 2015, but I’m hoping it’s still monitored now for new comments.

    Over the past 2-3 months, I have heard constant singing – male voices, one lead male voice, and a few backup female voices here and there. They sing songs that I sang in church growing up in the 60’s and 70’s, and some songs I’ve never heard before. I’ll hear the same song over and over and over and….. and then another song. No breaks.

    Fortunately, the music doesn’t scare me. The lyrics are very comforting. Style of music…not so much, but sounds like a church men’s chorus group. Very good, really, lol, but not a style I want to play in my head now 24/7 365!!!

    This singing is not the same as if I were “singing” a song in my head, or getting an annoying commercial stuck in my head that won’t go away. This sounds like it’s actually coming from outside of my head, but of course, no one else hears it.

    Couple things that maybe figure into this, possibly, are: Tinnitus – constant for 40 years and extremely loud now; hearing loss, Chronic Major Depression, Generalized Anxiety Dis. and Anxiety/Panic attacks. Occasional overuse of prescription painkiller(Tramadol) which I am weaning off of completely.

  14. Shelagh

    I was laid in bed with my husband and we both heard a female voice call my name through our bedroom window but there was none outside the house this went on for about 15 minutes and left us both feeling uneasy

  15. eeva

    I think i have heard voices for years now but i never took it seriously. Its just dat, they do not talk to me and everytime i try to listen, they stop.

  16. Joey Kent

    I Just Heard A Woman Sighing In My Ear Falling Asleep

  17. Julie

    In a sea of iron-clad convictions this website was unexpected in the best way. I do not hear voices, but my experiences are touched on here in regards to visual hallucinations and sensations. Amongst a myriad of other “symptoms,” I see fleeting images of monster-esque figures and illusions which transform anything from faces to shadows to skylines.

    My therapist gave me a suggested diagnosis (as a LMFT she would not say for sure) of Schizoaffective disorder. A medicine woman proclaimed I have a psychic sensitivity to another dimension. My sister believes I attract these experiences through the power of thought.

    I have been wanting to keep an open mind about this, not wanting to say it’s any one thing because I can’t know for sure. Being functional in all areas of my life, my situation doesn’t exactly call for diagnosis or medication. However, I have clung to an assumption that being functional means it isn’t a real problem amd I can’t do anything to get better.

    From what I have read so far on this site, there is hope. I don’t have to wait around for the other shoe to drop. I may not be psychotic or supernatural by an means because it is very possible I am just a normal person having an abnormal but explainable experience. I can and should negotiate a peace treated with my optical, non-auditory, extransensory “voices.” So thank you.

  18. Squeaky

    Hi my name is Squeaky and I hear spirits. And the spirits ask me to deliver messages all the time, I usually comply but if I don’t they won’t go away. I feel like it’s taken over my life . Sometimes people ask me to heal them from A sickness and it’s uncomfortable

  19. Leaves

    I find using your imagination you can see or hear whatever you think off. Sort of like viewing your minds eye. Everyone hears & sees in their mind without external stimuli.

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  21. pauline

    I hear voices and I am alone

  22. Terry

    I am asleep and I hear someone call my name, Terry,. I wake up and there’s no one there and there’s no one else in the house it’s not a loud voice are I mean voice and I have heard this before. And I Think about this all day long trying to think what and who it is because I answer back.

  23. Monique Rocheleau

    While in recovery at a church/turned recovery center, I woke up out of my bed (4 people shared this room)…hearing women laughing in the upper corner of my room. I did not feel threatened but I was in awe. I was a non believer of afterlife but now believe there is something to it for sure.

  24. Lewis

    I have never had any voices aside from simple conscience s***. But yesterday as I was stuck in deep thought contemplating something an overwhming feeling struck me. It was a surreal experience, a moment within a moment, time almost stood still. I had an eerie feeling come over me and my thoughts emptied. Then I heard a booming female voice tell me that I was going to die soon. And I don’t recall her ever using the words ‘sooner’ or ‘later’ but the message felt that it would be soon. And I had a weird vibe like “the good die young” afterwards, that quote kept echoing in the back of my mind. Its not a voice I have ever heard before but it didn’t seem aggressive despite the message. It seemed more nurturing and motherly. Kind of felt at peace she had passed on that message. I didn’t proper know what a premonition was, how to spell it or even use it in a sentence. But I came out of the surrealism of that, kinda caught my breathe and instantly started puzzling myself if that was a premonition.

  25. floyd

    I have a crazy story about how my voice started. I don’t feel like typing it now, but someday maybe. It’s a 47 year old lady who I named Kathleen because of her personality and the sound of her voice. She says she’s in China and can see what I’m doing from a 3rd person perspective. She gives me tips as I’m doing normal daily stuff like “make sure you clean inside the nipple” when cleaning a baby bottle, for example. She has been super nice and overly helpful all except for the first day we met, which was rather mean. I don’t know what to make of it. I wouldn’t mind talking more about it via email, google hangouts or another means besides on here. Would prefer one on one conversations with people. Now that I have what I believe anyway, to have blocked her out, I actually miss her and would like any tips or thoughts on my “situation”. Thank you for reading.

  26. Giovanni M Barrios-cruz

    So this is the second time I heard a little girl call my name at my job. To begin with, my name is Giovanni, but you can call me Gio. This started at my job and only happens at my job. The first time I heard my name called but in normal voice. The second time i heard my name again, however it was sorta a shout. I turned and looked around, but there was no one. My mananger looked at me strange. I hope I’m not going crazy. I am very calm, and chill individual.

  27. Thunder99

    Hi to all. Here’s my problem and it is going to sound corny but this is a serious problem for me.
    Here’s the take. I live on the fifth floor. And four three straight days, I have been hearing a couple having sexual relationships on the apartment above. At some point it was non stop. I started reacting sunday night when it was getting really really annoying. Turns out the woman living upstairs was alone listening to music on her headphones. So I checked the other neighbors and zero couples. At some point I thought it was coming from the building right next to mine (they are joined) as I thought I heard a neighbor shout “Enough”
    So I investigated and nobody has hear any couple having constant sex.
    The problem is once I got to work, in the bus I would here voices – of a woman orgasming and I started freaking out.
    And it consumes me every day for weeks ! I don’t understand the only way to shut it out is to listen to music, having a conversation but when I’m on my own I keep hearing the voices.
    It’s a nightmare.

  28. anonymous

    I’m 12 years old and I have visions of what happens the next day It doesn’t feel weird or anything but its always about other people I know is it normal

  29. Rae

    I’m 14 years old and I’ve been hearing a little girl call my name once it a while…it only happens in my house, its been like this for a few year, when it first started I thought my mom would call me down and when I would go down to where my mom was and ask her what she needed, she would say “Raeanne I never called you, maybe you should get your ears checked.” Same thing with my sister… Every time I heard that little girls voice call my name I always thought I was going crazy…the little girl has to be like 6 to 7 years old, I don’t know what to do…I don’t know what’s wrong with me either…


    When I first heard the voices in my head it was spontaneous and not purposely premeditated in any way by me. It inhabited the voice of a tv personality and was interviewing me while audience laughed at my confused echoed responses. Other familiar voices of family and friends chimed in and commented hurtful things. These voices, although negatively drilling lies leading to traps, have led me to insight on questioning why I do what I do. I believe these voices are a result of my personality which can be rather judgmental and mean towards others. That being said, these voices or other people//gods have no right to invade my privacy and thoughts even if they are “righteously” teaching me a lesson, which I doubt is the case in my situation. In conclusion I am fighting to find myself while achieving my goals as I show the negative cruel voices that they were not and never will be wanted or accepted by me. If you are experiencing something similar, stay strong and I wish you luck on your journey.

  31. Tashia

    I can’t tell if the voice I hear is real or not. My experiences have been having a conversation with boyfriend and then I’ll think he said something when in actuality he had already stopped talking. Also more often I keep seeing insects, spiders i think mostly, I’ll see something scurry by in my peripheral but when I actually look theres nothing there. It’s more or less getting unnerving and I have no idea what to think about it.

  32. Stephani

    Hi. This is my first time actually hearing a voice. It at first seemed muffeld like as tho someone was outside. But then it seemed to get closer and i could make out what it said. It was a man. Older but not to old. It was saying hey. Then all of a sudden it was right in my ear and whispering hey. It scared me. I looked at my dog next to me who is sleepin like nothing is happening. Which is concering to me because i feel like he would have reacted if he felt a present near by. And i Dont want to hear voices that scare me..


    I built up the courage to share my experience for help, why did you delete my comment ?

  34. matthew Anforth

    Hi I’m a British man named Matthew and when I’m falling asleep I hear a young American women round my age who never even met say my name repeatedly like a whisper and i heard the same voice in a dream before and i don’t know what’s causing any advice will be helpful thanks

  35. *Cant post*

    I am 12 year olds and hear and see people that others cant.they tell me things to do but i tell them no. Everyone thinks im crazy except for my best friend. But she thinks its just from when my sister died 4 years ago.

  36. Eric.

    Hey…. so lately I can’t sleep at night. For some reason I feel like something is about to happen. I walk around my home making sure everything is safe. Whenever I look outside, I pause for a little bit. That’s when I start to hear voices. There are a ton of them. I’ve tried to mediate to release my fear. I closed my eyes and sudden shock of fear hit me. I have an open mind about things…. I’m a coward. I’m not sure what to do. I’ve talk to Behavior Health before, and I’ve read on some things about Third Eyes. I don’t want to open it. I’m putting my spam email on here so no hacks my other one.

  37. emma

    hello im 15 and i havent told my parents but im always hearing voices, they are whispering to me and just tell me stories out them and sometimes if im in friunt of the mirror i can see my nana that passed and shes talking to me like shes there with me and dont get me wrong i love it but i dont understand whats going on.!

    1. emma

      the voices are all so telling me all they ways i should die then it feels like someones hands on my cheek, and i get really freaked out

  38. Danae

    My brother hears voices in his head, and he was so mad at me for I don’t even know why before. He started throwing things at me, and I don’t feel safe around him anymore. He’s taking medication for this, I really wish it didn’t have to be this way. Is there any way that i can help? I can’t even stand to be around him anymore, all I do is break into tears, it’s getting so bad. 🙁

  39. Clare

    My mind is slowly slipping away and I’m worried I’m going to lose it completely. Recently, I’ve smoked a bit of cannabis. It’s not something I do normally but there’s been two recent smoking session to be social. I hallucinated, pretty badly, in what I’m thinking was a psychotic episode. I’m now perfectly fine health wise but the visions and mind altering things I was seeing are still in my mind. I’m basically thinking that I’m the only person in the world and that everybody around me is simply my imagination, that life is nothing more than a continuous loop, that i keep living the same thing over and overy again. I convinced myself that is life, it would even explain de ja vu and there’s other little things that it answers. My ex/best friend has psychosis, professionally diagnosed and he’s said similar things to what I’ve been seeing, he’s told me he’s lived in life’s loop for years. It might not sound it, but it’s terrifying. I keep getting a strong racing heartbeat each time my mind starts thinking that way. I don’t know what to do. I’m hoping that eventually it will go away. I want my normal mind back.

  40. pitt

    I just want to know what happened when you hear a voice crying at night? It happened in just one night, I thought I am the only one wjo heard that crying voice but i found out that even my sister and my grandMother also heard that crying voice. It means what?

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