People that keep telling me something is "just my imagination" or something altogether different from what I am experiencing.
BG: Growing up, I spent most of my life living very near active railroads (like within a few hundred yards). I relocated recently, both my home and work office hub. I am not really familiar with the area yet, except for a few places on main stretches of road. I've gotten lost a lot lately it seems.
So, I keep hearing and feeling trains pass. Obviously in the distance, but close enough that I can feel the vibrations through the floor at both my home and office and the sounding horn occasionally. Everyone I've asked about it has sworn up and down that there are absolutely no train tracks anywhere near here and I must be hearing or feeling large trucks, airplanes flying low, or AC units /air handlers. No dang it, I'm feeling a freaking train. I have been sure of it, though I have no explanation why no one else can feel it or hear it.
So, I took a wrong turn coming out of a parking lot and drove a few miles west of where I was trying to go. The tip off I was traveling the wrong direction, you ask? I drove over TRAIN TRACKS! You know, those imaginary train tracks that everyone swore up and down didn't exist here. I don't get it... They are roughly 2 miles from my office and 2.5 miles from my home and yet everyone told me there were none anywhere near here and there was no way I was feeling a train pass by. Now I know everyone's definition of near might be a bit different, but 2- 3 miles I think would qualify as near to a good deal of people.
I thought I was losing my mind.