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Boyfriend thinks I'm loosing my marbles ..aibu?

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Louisaric233 Mon 09-Oct-17 22:58:57

For a few months now I've heard a noise in the walls /floorboards.
I can only describe it as if a bee/wasp whatever was in.
It's driving me mad,it goes from the side of the bed,to the wall opposite then sometimes I hear it downstairs.
Boyfriend says I can't hear it,even when I say be quiet and listen.
He would say that if a herd of elephants were living there..
I wish I could attach a video with the noise.

Scrowy Mon 09-Oct-17 23:00:40

Airlock in your pipes?

Draft getting in and making the floorboards hum?

AlternativeTentacle Mon 09-Oct-17 23:00:50

Upload it on you tube and you can.

Gingernaut Mon 09-Oct-17 23:00:59

Check the pipes.

Slightly less irritating than the scary water hammer, that buzzing noise might be vibrations caused by a cold water tank refilling and setting up vibrations through the pipe network.

Scrowy Mon 09-Oct-17 23:01:40

Or tinnitus?

Louisaric233 Mon 09-Oct-17 23:01:58

Would it move from walls to floors that fast?

Louisaric233 Mon 09-Oct-17 23:02:26

I've recorded the noise on my snapchat and friend can also hear it

ijustwannadance Mon 09-Oct-17 23:04:15

Do you have things plugged in by bed? I have very sensitive hearing and can hear electrical equipment buzzing.

Louisaric233 Mon 09-Oct-17 23:04:59

Nope nothing.
It moves from different walls,I've even heard it downstairs too in living room.

Mooncuplanding Mon 09-Oct-17 23:05:15

mice?

ClariceClap Mon 09-Oct-17 23:06:41

Basilisk?

Louisaric233 Mon 09-Oct-17 23:07:02

We did have a mouse about 5 months ago ..just the one tho In daughters bedroom

SofiaAmes Mon 09-Oct-17 23:08:00

Wasp's nest in the walls?

Mooncuplanding Mon 09-Oct-17 23:08:38

There is never just the one shock

Avonandice Mon 09-Oct-17 23:08:52

Basilisk is more of a hiss than a buzz

Spartak Mon 09-Oct-17 23:08:59

I get tinnitus intermittently. It sounds like a wasp in one ear but appears to change direction from where it's coming from. Could it be that?

Louisaric233 Mon 09-Oct-17 23:09:32

boyfriend thinks I'm mad,I can deffo hear it tho and the noise moves.
Can't exactly open up the walls grin

Slimthistime Mon 09-Oct-17 23:09:48

yanbu but is that really your question or are you more worried what the noise is?

I can hear electrical frequencies, is that a possibility?

also once I had an ongoing noise that I couldn't trace ...it got louder and louder....eventually got loud enough for me to identify and it was the fridge motor packing up slowly.

Louisaric233 Mon 09-Oct-17 23:10:09

I could be open to that but my friend heard it on the video recording and thought it was a wasp.

PinkMoony Mon 09-Oct-17 23:11:30

There is NEVER just one mouse

Goodasgoldilox Mon 09-Oct-17 23:38:36

Pinkmoony knows her mice!
They are very sociable creatures.

Jux Mon 09-Oct-17 23:40:31

It is a cat purring. Many yearsago cats were routinely placed in the walls of a house for good uck. You have a ghostly cat living in your walls, but it likes you and that's why it'spurring.

ChardonnaysPrettySister Mon 09-Oct-17 23:42:23

Nice.

Or rats.

ReanimatedSGB Mon 09-Oct-17 23:42:58

Well, if you have recorded it and other people can hear it, it's not tinnitus. Either your BF's hearing is simply less good than yours or he is being a knob.
It might be worth contacting a pest control company and playing the recording to them.fffffffffffffffffffffffffff

badbadhusky Mon 09-Oct-17 23:43:02

Naughty jux!

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