In the quiet town of Kochav Yair-Tzur Yigal, something wicked this way hums.

It’s a sound, a low, incessant drone that’s got the locals up at night, peering into the darkness with a mix of fear and fury.

They say it’s like drilling, like the earth itself is being torn apart beneath their feet. And let me tell you, it’s got everyone on edge.

I’ve been around the block a few times and seen things that’ll turn your hair white. But this? This is something else.

It appears to be not just noise but a signal—a warning of something burrowing its way from the other side.

The folks here, they’re tough, but this has them spooked.

They’re talking about tunnels, unseen enemies carving their way through the dirt under their noses.

The Unseen Terror: Tunnels of Fear

Take Baruch Ben Neria, a good guy, sturdy as they come. He told reporters that the strange underground noises felt like an earthquake.