Inventor Creates Soundless Sound System

By Typh Tucker, Associated Press Writer
Man Astounds Crowd in Oregon With His Soundless Sound Invention

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Elwood “Woody” Norris pointed a metal frequency emitter at one of perhaps 30 people who had come to see his invention. The emitter — an aluminum square — was hooked up by a wire to a CD player. Norris switched on the CD player.

“There’s no speaker, but when I point this pad at you, you will hear the waterfall,” said the 63-year-old Californian.

And one by one, each person in the audience did, and smiled widely.

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