Many theories come to mind after hearing about these Mysterious Booms: 1.-Mining Explosions. 2.-Military Jets. 3.-Cabal Underground bases being taken out. 4.-Meteors Entering Atmosphere, just to name a few theories, any ideas? what do you think? Residents across Southern Arizona have been left baffled by mysterious loud booms that have been felt and heard in the State this week.
Nobody seems to have an explanation for the weird rumbles which have caused the ground to shake and pets to tremble.
RT reports: The spooky events happened two nights in a row – on Tuesday between 8pm and 8:30pm, and on Wednesday just after 3pm, according to Tucson News Now. It’s not just one or two people who have reported the strange booms, as the media outlet says it has been “inundated” with calls, emails and Facebook messages from witnesses.
Describing one of the booms, a resident by the name of Jim Hughson said it “sounded like someone throwing boulders in a huge dumpster. Crazy.” He said he heard the boom on the northeastern side of Tucson.
Another resident named Pamela Sutherland said one of the booms “was loud and it shook the house, rattled windows, and everything hanging on the walls. It was enough to make the ground shake and frighten our dog.”
The Tuesday incident was strong enough to be registered by the seismic monitoring station at the University of Arizona Geosciences Department, with Assistant Professor Eric Kiser saying it happened between 8:11pm and 8:12pm. Although he and his colleagues examined the waveforms, he said it is “difficult to determine what the source is, using one seismic station.”
Kiser did, however, note that it likely wasn’t a sonic boom, because they typically aren’t so “impulsive.” He said a mine blast could be the cause, but said it would be unusual for such events to be taking place so late.
Tuscon News Now reached out to military installations to see if the incidents could be from sonic booms. However, no aircraft has reported conducting one. David-Monthan Air Force Base, located in Tucson, also told local NBC affiliate KVOA that it has no aircraft operations or explosive demolitions that would have caused the booms. The 162nd fighter wing of the Arizona National Guard is currently checking into the reports.
Meanwhile, Arizona isn’t the only place to experience mysterious booms this year. More than 60 similar incidents have been reported around the globe in 2017, from Australia to the UK. Among the most recent reports were unexplained booms in the US states of Michigan, Idaho, and Alabama.
For a while now residents of New Orleans have been hearing loud booms around the city.
The unexplained phenomenon has rattled houses and people but nobody has the slightest idea what the deep ‘boom’ sound is.
Witnesses say they have never heard anything like it before.
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It’s been going on for weeks, so you can imagine many are starting to wonder if the mystery will ever be solved.
“It’s pretty easy to hear the boom,” said resident Karen Chustz. “There’s no sound like it.”
Another day has passed and the mysterious exploding noises heard around town still haven’t been solved.
“How is it nobody has seen anything other than the flashes and heard the booms?” said resident Tori Godbey.
However, one thing is clear, those booms which residents said sound like a cannon are leaving people rattled.
“It’s more than just curiosity, is something going on?” questioned Godbey.
It was heard in Broadmoor a few weeks ago, and in Uptown it was heard a few days ago.
“All of a sudden it’s this huge explosion and you have to do a double take, and like, my dog freaks out completely,” said Chustz.
“I did hear them on Friday, it was about 9-9:30 p.m. I think?” said Godbey. “And this was the loudest one I’ve ever heard.”
One resident, who wished to be anonymous, has followed each case closely.
“It was about a block or block and a half in that direction and up in the sky for sure, it definitely illuminated the whole area,” he recalled.
Since December, he’s heard of at least 150 reports. He’s looked into each one speaking with witnesses, looking at surveillance and gathering any other information that may help in finding the cause. He’s taken the information and put it on a map that he shared with others on the Broadmoor and nearby neighborhood community website, Nextdoor.com.
“Everyone’s just in a panic and a bit puzzled,” he said.
From blown transformers to something on the river, witnesses said nothing fits with what’s being heard.
“All of us who’ve lived in New Orleans for a long time know the regular noises,” he said.
He also has a theory of his own.
“My personal theory is some kids hopped onto YouTube and found out how to make homemade explosives cheaply and that are difficult to trace,” he said. “You can fill a balloon with hydrogen and explode it. One big balloon, one cylinder of gas and you’ve made yourself one hellacious bomb, which would also explain the yellow light, which hydrogen makes.”
It’s just a theory, but residents said no matter the cause, they hope one day an answer will be found.
“I’m not terrified, but I really would like to know,” said Godbey.
“It’s definitely not fireworks, it’s not gunshots it’s something bigger but what is it? Nobody knows,” said Chustz.
Weird Sonic Booms Heard All Over Romania
Citizens in Romania have reported hearing strange sonic boom sounds across the country on Wednesday, causing windows to shatter and the ground to shake for at least 15 minutes.
The strange and as yet unexplained sounds seemed to come from the sky, with some residents reporting that they were left confused and disturbed by the sounds.
One resident reported, “I was studying when the sound was produced. Here, from my place in the Nicolina district, not far from the city center it was like a big foil of metal falling on the ground. It was very noisy and disturbing. I didn`t pay attention at first, but now, seeing the news on every website it makes me wonder. Why is nobody able to explain it?“
The Watchers reports:
Witnesses say that sonic booms were heard in a diameter of 50 – 75 km (31 to 46 miles) around Iasi, shattering windows and shaking the ground two times within 15 minutes.
Although there are no official explanations as of yet, reports we received describe the event as similar to the February 2013 meteor that exploded over Chelyabinsk, injuring more than 1 000 people and damaging more than 3 000 structures.
Our reader from Iasi said: “It felt like a group of waves, that hit one after the other. Some glass was broken in apartments, the furniture was shaken, but it was not a simple earthquake, and the sound was identical to a sonic boom and very very similar to this:
The weather was very cloudy, so I can’t tell if there was any smoke or trace of anything. 15 minutes after the first wave there was another. It was less powerful, but it lasted longer, for about 5 minutes. After the bang, lights from the house and the TV turned themselves off and came back on after a few seconds.”
“No one knows what happened, but a lot of people heard and felt it, from the center of the city to the areas located some 50 or 75 km from the center. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find any news about craters found or recordings of the event yet. There are some photos of shattered glass, and one local mall was affected, but officials either keep quiet or they answer it wasn’t them.”
According to Marius Bodea, the director of Iasi airport, a sonic boom was heard, but there were no aircraft in the area capable of producing this noise. “Airlines told us they had no problems. The only military aircraft that flew over the airport this afternoon was not supersonic,” Bodeasaid.
Gina Tiron, head of the Moldova Weather Center, said there were no reports of weather phenomena that would be capable of producing the boom. Representatives of the Romanian 15th Mechanized Brigade said they had no ongoing military exercise.
Mysterious Vibrations, Boom Sounds Heard Acros South Carolina
People across South Carolina reported hearing vibrations and loud boom sounds earlier on Tuesday afternoon.
Residents in Charleston, Berkeley, Williamsburg, and Mount Pleasant reported hearing the strange sounds.
Some on Daniel Island, James Island and Goose Creek said their homes shook.
This happened around 12:26 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.
The USGS website currently does not have an earthquake recorded.
At 1:37 p.m. the USGS said “We see no detectable EQ in Charleston at the time of reported shaking. The origin of the disturbance is unknown possibly a sonic boom.”
The College of Charleston Earthquake Centers tells News 2, what was recorded on the seismograph was too small to have been an earthquake felt this widespread.
C of C says “Our SC Earthquake Education and Preparedness program says it was a sonic boom, not an earthquake.”
What Is The Mysterious Berkeley Boom?
For more than a month strange, loud noises have been scaring pets, waking up children and triggering car alarms in Berkeley, California.
The noise, which has become known on Twitter as the #BerkeleyBoom, has been heard around the city, though it has been concentrated primarily in the southern part of town.
Police and local residents are still at a loss when it comes to identifying the mysterious ‘Berkeley Boom’!
RT reports: The first “booms” were reported to authorities on February 26, according to Berkeleyside. The noises haven’t been heard every night, but streams of tweets have gradually documented their recurring nature, with people in neighboring Oakland and Emeryville also saying they’ve heard the sounds.
“I’d say it was around one in the morning, scared the hell out of me. I jumped out of bed,” local resident Rachael Marzoline said to local KPIX 5, referring to the sound she heard on the evening of March 29.
Police have received numerous calls about the booms, but when officers have ventured out into Berkeley to investigate they have been unable to pinpoint the source of the noise. Law enforcement is currently looking into the possibility that fireworks are to blame.
“At this point, it looks like it may some type of firework device. We’re not positive, but we’re doing some work to figure out maybe exactly where in the city these are happening at,” the Berkeley Police Department’s Jennifer Coats said to ABC 7 News.
The noises haven’t been widely heard every night since February 26, but Berkeleyside states that residents have filed the most reports on March 3, 15, 17, 25 and 29. It’s unclear if there’s any connection regarding the days the sounds are heard. Most of the booms have reportedly taken place between 8 -10 p.m.
While police continue to look into the situation, at least one local compared the noise to a firework.
“It sounded like a firework. We actually saw kind of a flash outside of our window,” resident Joshua Buswell-Charkow said to ABC 7.
Others, however, have made different comparisons. Resident Joel Bryant dismissed the idea that the sound is a gunshot but told KPIX 5 that “it sounds like an aerial bomb explosion.” Some on Twitter have compared it to a pipe bomb or flash grenade.
Meanwhile, a few Twitter users have said the booms sound like a cannon, with one suggesting that officials confirm the whereabouts of the California Victory Cannon, which is set off at University of California, Berkeley football games.
Unexplained Booms Shake Up Residents of Oklahoma
In Oklahoma mysterious booms were heard for a second day on Friday last week, which literally shook houses and scared livestock.
The Oklahoma Geological Survey research seismologist Austin Holland said a series of booms, much like a sonic boom, rattled the Norman area starting at 11:19 a.m. Friday.
One resident said “It sounded like thunder, you could feel the ground shake, but it was nothing like an earthquake”
Experts don’t yet have an explanation for the booms.
No earthquakes have been recorded in the area, Holland said, noting that “we would have seen them on our seismic stations in the area.” And it’s unlikely that it’s due to a drilling process known as fracking, he said, because the booms were heard and felt over a wide area including Norman, Edmond and Shawnee.
Holland’s best guess: It must have been something just above the surface of the earth or in the atmosphere. Day, who’s based in Norman, said a phenomenon known as cryoseisms also isn’t likely. Cryoseisms, or “frost quakes,” occur when water quickly freezes in soil or rock, then expands and cracks. “There are some stories going around that’s what it was, but based on the research we’ve done here, it doesn’t appear what people heard is related to the cryoseism phenomena,” Day told The Norman Transcript. “There’s not enough moisture, and the temperatures are not cold enough. That happens in areas where you have a lot of water flowing through a lot of rock,” Day said.
“We don’t know what it was, we just know what it is not,” according to Day. Holland said the booms occurred on generally regular interval, initially occurring 40 to 60 seconds apart, then about 20 seconds apart. “It’s a mystery to us as well,” he said. –ABC News
Authorities Shocked After British Fighter Jet Caught Battling UFO
The Ministry of Defense has reported that a squadron of Typhoon fighter jets were scrambled in Northern England this week in order to intercept a UFO that had apparently risen out from the sea.
Authorities were left in a state of shock when the fighter jets fired upon the mysterious aircraft causing it to disappear and then reappear again, undamaged by the shots.
According to this report, multiple Federation, British, NATO and American satellite and radar sources detected this “mysterious object” rising out of the sea off the coast of North England yesterday prompting RAF Coningsby, in Lincolnshire, to launch a squadron of Eurofighter Typhoon’s to intercept it—with one of these fighter aircraft making “repeated/numerous” combat attacks against it, and as one captured radar image (see below) shows.
Local people from Leeds, York, Harrogate and Doncaster who were witness to this event, this report continues, became panic stricken and terrified that World War III was starting, this report continues, as loud booms filled the region and fighter jets filled the sky.
Within 15 minutes of this event occurring, MoD analysts in this report say, the British government issued a DA-Notice (Defence Advisory Notice) making it illegal for any news media organizations to report the facts of what had occurred—and 7 hours later published a “propaganda account” of this event stating that it was caused by a wayward Air France airliner over Yorkshire that had experienced a radio communication problem.
MoD experts in this report, however, state that all of Air France’s Airbus A320 aircraft have multiple communication systems (like all modern passenger aircraft) that continue working in emergency modeunder all circumstances—with the exception of the aircraft suffering a catastrophic failure (crash), which this one did not.
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