(CNET) -- If you visit or live near the Golden Gate Bridge, you might notice new, unusual sounds coming from the San Francisco landmark. While it's fun to think the famous Bay Area bridge is haunted, with ghostly communications coming through loud and clear, the real reason for the weird sounds is mundane.
Apparently, the city recently installed new sidewalk railing slats to better handle wind resistance on the bridge. But no one anticipated that the wind passing through the slats would also make significant noise not just on the bridge, but also miles away.
"Can someone explain me why is this eerie sound has been going on for an hour in San Francisco," one person tweeted from the Presidio.
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