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Berkeley researcher finds Cuba 'sonic attack' sound is actually the echoing call of an insect: the Indies short-tailed cricket

Berkeley researcher finds Cuba 'sonic attack' sound is actually the echoing call of an insect: the Indies short-tailed cricket | 05 Jan 2019 | When US embassy staff in Cuba became mysteriously ill after hearing loud piercing sounds, US officials blamed nefarious secret agents for launching "sonic attacks." The incidents, which occurred between 2016 and 2018, saw dozens of US staff at the embassy experience a range of health issues such as nausea, headaches, and vertigo and lead to the removal of the majority of the embassy staff from the island... But theories that the notorious "Havana Syndrome" was the work of some Cold War-era conspiracy have apparently been contradicted by scientist Alexander Stubbs of the University of California, Berkeley, who this week published a study pinpointing the source of the mystery noise. Presenting his findings to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Stubbs suggests that the noises heard by staff were instead from the echoing call of an insect, the Indies short-tailed cricket.