Chinese And Cuban ‘Sonic Attacks’ Could Be The Result Of Crickets, According To Scientists

A close up image of a cricket

When a bizarre “sonic attack” was reported in Cuba last year, experts were at a loss to explain the occurrence. However, scientists now believe that crickets might be to blame for the event that caused symptoms such as dizziness, vertigo, pain, and ringing in the ears during the mysterious attack.

As previously reported by the Inquisitr, American diplomats in Cuba last year were reporting strange attacks that left them feeling ill. At the time, neither the U.S. or Cuban governments could explain what had happened. Then, another of these episodes, being described as a sonic attack, was reported by a U.S. government official stationed in Guangzhou, China.

At the time, considering U.S. diplomats appeared to be targeted, there was speculation that Cuba and China could somehow be behind the attacks. However, evidence of this could not be substantiated.

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