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For the last 32 days, exactly at 11:55 p.m. (this did not change even with daylight savings time, duration of approx. 1-2 minutes, it seems a owl or some type of bird flys to my roof and hoots (sounds similar to a rooster crowing) several times (this varies) and then stops. I have had animal control out and the roof and attic show no signs of any bird. They told me it is probably an electrical transferrance of sound...possibly from one of my neighbors' alarm clock. Is this possible? I have this sound on tape. It is not heard on the ouside of the home. It always is the loudest in my kitchen. One would believe it is actually something in the home creating the noise. Please help!!
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