LULZ could not explain it, so may the paranormal experts chime in. So because of my heavy snus habit, it has puffed up my face a bit. When I stop snusing and the puff goes away the nose bones start doing a little crackling sounds, very quitely. Here's where the weird part comes in. When the crackling sound happens, something in my room does a little sound back. Is the nose sound in specific frequency that something in walls etc, that is under pressure, releases pressure to that specific sound frequency or what's going on, specialists? Otherwise nothing in my life is paranormal, but I can not explain this.
there are noses in your walls anon
they're in your walls
you aRe severely schizophrenic[antiseptic]
I'm not. This is very real and happened too many times to be coincidence. I'm just normal person. Otherwise there is absolutely nothing weird in my life.
tell a doctor and take your meds
The tiny crackling inside your nose won't be loud enough for a sympathetic response from the walls. Most likely the noises you're hearing are coincidences, or I guess maybe the noise from your sinuses is being transmitted both through your bone and eustachian tubes (making it sound like a single crackle happens twice).
I know for a fact that it's not coincidence. It has happened too many times, especially at night, cause this is where my snus break will come. I have specifically tracked it, not like in a psychotic way trying to hear voices, but with calm rational mind. There is absolutely nothing paranormal or strange in this apartment otherwise, very nice place with good atmosphere.
>because of my heavy snus habit, it has puffed up my face a bit
Weird, idk why it would do that. You use alcohol too?
Anyway take the base of your palm and push firmly on the middle of the nose, right where the cartilage is. It should decompress that thing.
Just too many years using it and too potent ones, I'm soon stopping it completely I think, just because of these physical effects. I don't drink or do any other mind altering substances.
sounds like cancer to me.
is the sympathetic audio response localized to your room or does it occur in other places?
Maybe you have mice?
It is sympathetic audio response localized to my room (walls and door reflect it). House was built in 1950s. No mice.