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« Reply #90 on: March 21, 2013, 12:30:21 pm »

http://thesouthern.com/news/local/unexplained-boom-baffles-experts-residents/article_4fdeaa8c-9053-11e2-8c64-001a4bcf887a.html
Unexplained boom baffles experts, Illinois residents

Noise heard in several counties may go unsolved

3/19/13

The mystery of the “loud boom” heard in parts of the region over the weekend may go unsolved as efforts to find the source of the boom proved a bust Monday.

Hundreds of people in at least four counties — Franklin, Hamilton, Saline and Williamson — flocked to social media to report hearing a windows-rattling, earth-shaking boom between 1 and 2 p.m. Saturday.

No damages or injuries were reported as a result of the boom.

I have no way of knowing exactly what occurred but it was not likely an earthquake,” geophysicist Don Blakeman of the National Earthquake Information Center said. “There is nothing on our lists, only the last one on the 11th (near Benton).

Some earthquakes are heard as well as felt, he said, but if it was so widespread as to be heard in four counties, “We would be able to locate it as an earthquake,” he said. “Typically, when loud booms are heard it turns out to be a sonic boom, although I’m not saying that’s what it was in this instance.”

However, if the boom was sonic in nature, it wasn’t caused by military action. Neither Scott Air Force Base nor the North American Aerospace Defense Command reported activity taking place in the region Saturday.

“We were not in that area with any of our assets,” a NORAD spokesman said.

A Scott Air Force spokeswoman confirmed no Scott or military-related activities or exercises took place in Southern Illinois over the weekend.

The boom was not weather-related, according to meteorologist Robin Smith of the National Weather Service in Paducah said.

Nor was it related to any coal mining activity, a spokeswoman for the Illinois Office of Mines and Minerals said
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The swarm of social media postings caused Franklin County Emergency Management Agency Director Ryan Buckingham to make his own post on the agency’s Facebook page.

“Residents in Franklin County are reporting what was described as a ‘ground-shaking loud boom’ during the day on Saturday 3/16/2013. USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) has not reported any earthquake activity in our area during that time, leaving the cause of these reports as somewhat of a mystery,” Buckingham wrote.

The mystery was not cleared up by Monday, he said.

We picked it up first on social media. A lot of people heard it but didn’t have a source for it,” Buckingham said. “I put a feeler out on Facebook because if there is a threat to public safety, that’s something we need to know about it, but no one had any idea what caused it.”

While the source of the boom has yet to be traced, Buckingham said it should serve as a reminder for residents to have a plan in place in case of emergency.
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« Reply #91 on: March 21, 2013, 03:08:58 pm »

25  See that ye refuse not him that speaketh. For if they escaped not who refused him that spake on earth, much more [shall not] we [escape], if we turn away from him that [speaketh] from heaven:
26  Whose voice then shook the earth: but now he hath promised, saying, Yet once more I shake not the earth only, but also heaven.
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25  See that ye refuse not him that speaketh. For if they escaped not who refused him that spake on earth, much more [shall not] we [escape], if we turn away from him that [speaketh] from heaven:
26  Whose voice then shook the earth: but now he hath promised, saying, Yet once more I shake not the earth only, but also heaven.
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« Reply #93 on: April 08, 2013, 05:49:17 pm »

http://wwmt.com/news/features/featured/stories/series-loud-booms-talk-town-union-city-339.shtml
Series of 'loud booms' talk of the town in Union City
Updated: Wednesday, April 3 2013, 08:08 PM EDT
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UNION CITY, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - The calls started to flood into the Branch County 911 Center around midnight.  Each one reporting deafening loud booms and everyone believed the boom happened somewhere close.

"We just heard a really loud bang outside our house and me and my kids are really scared, I don't know what it is and now we're afraid to outside," says one caller.

"I didn't see anything but I heard a big boom...it was like a big boom like someone was kicking in the door," says another caller.

It was the talk of the town in Union City Wednesday, everyone with their own theories on what caused it.

"It sounded like a cannon going off is the only way I can describe it, kind of like a thunder boom but it was only the one time," says Michelle Reincke who lives in Union City.

"I think it's aliens to tell you the truth, I think it's aliens coming down to earth see us," says Tomika Dow.

And adding to the mystery, this is not the first time.  One night last may the booms woke people up in Branch County and were heard all the way to Calhoun and Kalamazoo counties.

"It's the same time as last year, we had these loud crashing noises like either an explosion or a sonic boom kind of an earthquake," says Cynthia Shattuck.

There were no earthquakes recorded in the area overnight, the National Guard base in Battle Creek says there were no flights there last night.
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« Reply #94 on: April 09, 2013, 04:07:56 am »

I think it's the earth "groaning"...

18  For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time [are] not worthy [to be compared] with the glory which shall be revealed in us.
19  For the earnest expectation of the creature waiteth for the manifestation of the sons of God.
20  For the creature was made subject to vanity, not willingly, but by reason of him who hath subjected [the same] in hope,
21  Because the creature itself also shall be delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the children of God.
22  For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now.
23  And not only [they], but ourselves also, which have the firstfruits of the Spirit, even we ourselves groan within ourselves, waiting for the adoption, [to wit], the redemption of our body.
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« Reply #95 on: July 27, 2013, 06:36:41 am »

Mysterious hum driving people crazy around the world



It creeps in slowly in the dark of night, and once inside, it almost never goes away.

It's known as the Hum, a steady, droning sound that's heard in places as disparate as Taos, N.M.; Bristol, England; and Largs, Scotland.

But what causes the Hum, and why it only affects a small percentage of the population in certain areas, remain a mystery, despite a number of scientific investigations. [The Top 10 Unexplained Phenomena]

Reports started trickling in during the 1950s from people who had never heard anything unusual before; suddenly, they were bedeviled by an annoying, low-frequency humming, throbbing or rumbling sound.

The cases seem to have several factors in common: Generally, the Hum is only heard indoors, and it's louder at night than during the day. It's also more common in rural or suburban environments; reports of a hum are rare in urban areas, probably because of the steady background noise in crowded cities.

Who hears the Hum?
Only about 2 percent of the people living in any given Hum-prone area can hear the sound, and most of them are ages 55 to 70, according to a 2003 study by acoustical consultant Geoff Leventhall of Surrey, England.

Most of the people who hear the Hum (sometimes referred to as "hearers" or "hummers") describe the sound as similar to a diesel engine idling nearby. And the Hum has driven virtually every one of them to the point of despair. [Video: Listen to 6 Spooky Sounds]

"It's a kind of torture; sometimes, you just want to scream," retiree Katie Jacques of Leeds, England, told the BBC. Leeds is one of several places in Great Britain where the Hum has recently appeared.

"It's worst at night," Jacques said. "It's hard to get off to sleep because I hear this throbbing sound in the background. … You're tossing and turning, and you get more and more agitated about it."

Being dismissed as crackpots or whiners only exacerbates the distress for these complainants, most of whom have perfectly normal hearing. Sufferers complain of headaches, nausea, dizziness, nosebleeds and sleep disturbances. At least one suicide in the United Kingdom has been blamed on the Hum, the BBC reports. [The Top 10 Spooky Sleep Disorders]

The Hum zones
Bristol, England, was one of the first places on Earth where the Hum was reported. In the 1970s, about 800 people in the coastal city reported hearing a steady thrumming sound, which was eventually blamed on vehicular traffic and local factories working 24-hour shifts.

Another famous hum occurs near Taos, N.M. Starting in spring 1991, residents of the area complained of a low-level rumbling noise. A team of researchers from Los Alamos National Laboratory, the University of New Mexico, Sandia National Laboratories and other regional experts were unable to identify the source of the sound.

Windsor, Ontario, is another Hum hotspot. Researchers from the University of Windsor and Western University in London, Ontario, were recently given a grant to analyze the Windsor Hum and determine its cause.

Researchers also have been investigating the Hum in Bondi, a seaside area of Sydney, Australia, for several years, to no avail. "It sends people around here crazy — all you can do is put music on to block it out. Some people leave fans on," one resident told the Daily Telegraph.

Back in the United States, the Kokomo Hum was isolated in a 2003 study financed by the Indiana city's municipal government. The investigation revealed that two industrial sites — one a Daimler Chrysler plant — were producing noise at specific frequencies. Despite noise-abatement measures, some residents continue to complain of the Hum.

What causes the Hum?
Most researchers investigating the Hum express some confidence that the phenomenon is real, and not the result of mass hysteria or hearers' hypochondria (or extraterrestrials beaming signals to Earth from their spaceships).

As in the case of the Kokomo Hum, industrial equipment is usually the first suspected source of the Hum. In one instance, Leventhall was able to trace the noise to a neighboring building's central heating unit.

Other suspected sources include high-pressure gas lines, electrical power lines and wireless communication devices. But only in a few cases has a Hum been linked to a mechanical or electrical source.

There's some speculation that the Hum could be the result of low-frequency electromagnetic radiation, audible only to some people. And there are verified cases in which individuals have particular sensitivities to signals outside the normal range of human hearing.

Medical experts are quick to point out that tinnitus (the perception of sound when no external noise is present) is a likely cause, but repeated testing has found that many hearers have normal hearing and no occurrences of tinnitus.

Environmental factors have also been blamed, including seismic activity such as microseisms — very faint, low-frequency earth tremors that can be generated by the action of ocean waves.

Other hypotheses, including military experiments and submarine communications, have yet to bear any fruit. For now, hearers of the Hum have to resort to white-noise machines and other devices to reduce or eliminate the annoying noise.

Leventhall, who recommends that some hearers turn to cognitive-behavioral therapy to relieve the symptoms caused by the Hum, isn't confident that the puzzle will be solved anytime soon.

"It's been a mystery for 40 years, so it may well remain one for a lot longer," Leventhall told the BBC.

http://www.nbcnews.com/science/mysterious-hum-driving-people-crazy-around-world-6C10760872
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« Reply #96 on: September 01, 2013, 03:43:45 pm »

Is There an Earthy Explanation to These Loud, Whining Noises Supposedly Coming From the Sky? — Or Are They Part of a Larger, Worldwide Phenomenon?

A video uploaded on Thursday, which has already garnered nearly half-a-million views on YouTube and generated multiple conspiracy theories, appears to depict strange noises being emitted from the Canadian sky — however, a city spokesperson says there is a perfectly logical, earthly explanation for what some are calling the “sky trumpets.”
 
According to CBC News, multiple residents in Terrace, British Columbia were awoken by a loud whining noise which seemed to be falling down from the sky or rising from deep below the earth’s surface.
 
“It seemed to be coming from the sky or underground, something so loud though. And I believe it was heard in Hazelton, which is close to here, and as far as the Nass,” said Mandi Campbell, who heard the noises Thursday morning.

 

Some reportedly speculated the odd noise was related to an earthquake. Others thought it may be electromagnetic activity.
 
But, on Friday afternon, city spokeswoman Alisa Thompson offered a simpler explanation. According to her, it was a city worker grinding down a blade on a grader.
 
“The grader blade needed to be straightened. Kind of gets ground down, and it makes a very strange noise. It’s as simple as that,” said Thompson.
 
“The video, the YouTube video, is actually right around the corner from the arena, and that’s where our employee was doing the straightening,” she continued.
 
Thompson added that the city will try to replicate the sound later to set conspiracy theories to rest.
 
However, as The Huffington Post notes, similar noises have been reported in other locations from around the world in the past few years.
 
In January of 2012, for instance, a radio station recieved dozens of calls from local residents of North Battleford, Saskatchewan perplexed by a strange noise in the sky. That town was 1,000 miles east of Terrace.

In another video from Conklin, Alberta — again, hundreds of miles from Terrace — similar sounds can be heard with a commenter saying “it sounds like the planet is in pain.”



Even in the U.S., similar videos have been uploaded showing odd noises purportedly coming from the sky.
 
In Chicago, an uploader described “loud” and “even violent” noises in a video. In Texas, a user described “strange sounds coming from the sky” in a similar incident.

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/09/01/is-there-an-earthy-explanation-to-these-loud-whining-noises-supposedly-coming-from-the-sky-or-are-they-part-of-a-larger-worldwide-phenomenon/
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« Reply #97 on: September 01, 2013, 05:29:03 pm »

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But, on Friday afternon, city spokeswoman Alisa Thompson offered a simpler explanation. According to her, it was a city worker grinding down a blade on a grader.

Didn't sound like it at all(at least to me).

With that being said, who knows? Underground bases? A hoax to scare people by the Illuminati minions? HAARP or the Gwen Towers going out of control? Or is it more predictive programming conditioning(ie-the rapture event and the "explanation" of these "disappearances" in the future)?
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« Reply #98 on: October 19, 2013, 03:45:57 pm »

Strange booms in Cape Fear
http://msnvideo.msn.com/?channelindex=4&from=en-us_msnhp#/video/5a06ebaf-72f4-4d97-81d0-e2b53574c5b1
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« Reply #99 on: November 26, 2013, 05:19:49 pm »

http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/11/13/strange-sounds-saskatoon-video_n_4269323.html
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« Reply #100 on: December 06, 2013, 01:41:40 pm »

Mysterious Booms Across 11 States

Loud booms and shaking have been reported in 11 different states across the country within the last week according to this newly released video from TheUnitedKnowledge. Strangely enough, it was this time last year that these booms were also reported. What’s causing these booms? Underground bunker construction? Normal earth changes? Our planet getting ready for ‘the big one’? Source links below.



http://beforeitsnews.com/earthquakes/2013/12/mysterious-booms-across-11-states-2480350.html
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« Reply #101 on: December 06, 2013, 03:18:48 pm »

 Cheesy CBS 5 is my local station, which we watch the most. The female anchor, Catherine Anaya (REALLY pro-immigration and anti-Joe Arpio), is REALLY short. She's standing on a platform in that shot, and the other anchor, Sean, is over 6'.

(some kind of stuttering playback issue, even at YouTube)
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« Reply #102 on: December 07, 2013, 12:12:06 am »

One World Trade Center : Strange Eerie sounds coming from the Economic Tower of Babel (Dec 05, 2013)

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Looks like it's not only in the rural areas anymore...

One World Trade Center : Strange Eerie sounds coming from the Economic Tower of Babel (Dec 05, 2013)


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« Reply #104 on: January 13, 2014, 04:34:06 pm »

Mysterious booms baffle Central Virginia residents
http://wtvr.com/2014/01/07/colonial-heights-mystery-booms/
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COLONIAL HEIGHTS, Va. (WTVR) — CBS 6 News has received hundreds of tips since our story aired about mysterious booms being heard across Central Virginia. Some said the noises were so intense they rattled their homes.

Police and firefighters in Colonial Heights were called out to three different parts of the city Sunday after receiving calls about mysterious sounds.

“It’s a loud, loud boom,” Clint Lanier, who lives in Chesterfield County, told CBS 6 senior reporter Wayne Covil. “It’ ain’t no shotgun and it ain’t no kind of gun. It’s like an explosion.”

Sgt. Rob Ruxer with Colonial Heights police said dispatchers received at least three calls just before 5:30 p.m. Sunday from citizens in separate areas of the city about a loud noise.

“There was a large boom. I thought it was thunder,” Kelsey Barnes of Colonial Heights said. “It kind of shook the house a little bit, but I have no idea what it was.”

Officials have not been able to tie the booms to one specific area, but they have been reported for the past several weeks. Residents from  from Chester to southern Chesterfield, Colonial Heights and Hopewell have reported hearing the booms.

“Well it definitely grabs your attention and you think, ‘why on earth is that going on at this time?” said Carolyn Thompson of Colonial Heights.

Those who have heard the booms said they do not happen again for several days – and how they sound varies.

“I would hear a boom about once every two or three days, just a loud boom and that was it,” said Stuart Blankenship of Colonial Heights.

John Thompson, who heard the boom in Colonial Heights, described it as a Sonic Boom from a jet. He said he did not think it was fireworks since there was only one boom.

“I went out of my bedroom and went outside and looked around first thing,” said Chase Henry of Chesterfield. “Then walked back inside, I had no idea, so I just left it at that.”

Colonial Heights residents Susan Crane, who also lives in, said she was watching TV when she heard the boom Sunday.

“I’ve heard it numerous times,” Crane said. “I usually get up and look out my door, like I’m going to see something, but there’s nothing to see.”

CBS 6 News checked area surveillance cameras across the city and could not find sign of the boom. With every recurrence, there has been no revelation about what or who is behind them.

Colonial Heights Fire Chief A.G. Moore said his department does not have any additional leads about where the noises are coming from or what is causing them.

“I think that’s what kind of surprised me the most, is seeing how wide spread this is,” said Moore. “It’s not really confined just to Colonial Heights and Southern Chesterfield County.”

On social media there is a lot of speculation about what could be causing the booms. If you think you know what is causing them, scroll down to leave a comment or click here to post a message on Facebook.

But CBS 6 has determined the booms are not coming from Fort Lee or Fort Picket. It was not the rock quarry in Dinwiddie or Chesterfield. Additionally, it was not a transformer explosion or a sonic boom.

And while some CBS 6 Facebook fans thought it might be a cold-related tremor, the average temperature last week was nearly 40 degrees.
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« Reply #105 on: January 13, 2014, 04:39:28 pm »

Mysterious Sound in Moore: Some say UFOs, others say no
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MOORE, Okla. – Residents in Moore and southwest Oklahoma City took to Facebook after hearing a loud rumble and roar early Monday morning.

Some thought it was an earthquake while others had their own theories, like UFOs and aliens.

The sound Chris Martinez hears often in his Moore neighborhood is an unforgettable ringing.

Martinez said, “It’s a loud sound then it completely stops.”


Austin Holland, with the Oklahoma Geological Survey, said,”We looked at our seismic records and there’s nothing that would indicate that this was associated with ground motion.”

After ruling out an earthquake, seismologists said the sound could have traveled from somewhere else.

Experts said if it’s a quick shaking, it’s an earthquake.

If it’s a large rumbling, it could be a big plane.

However, residents in the area have their own theory.

Martinez said, “I’m crazy. I think there are starships. I think there’s some cool space ships that not a lot of people know about.”

He said every time this odd buzz comes around, the dogs in the neighborhood get riled up.

Martinez said, “Whenever they distinguish a different sound, it makes them feel uncomfortable. They have a weird sense about that.”


For those who might think Martinez is crazy, he said through research and personal experience, star ships and spaceships are possible.

Others have a different idea.

Holland said, “When you have really cold weather or odd atmospheric conditions, sound can get around, traveling much better in the atmosphere than it normally does.”

Martinez said, “You have different weird things in the sky, you have these weird sounds, you put two and two together and realize, um maybe we don’t know everything.”

Either way, it’s a sound that still remains a mystery.

We did reach out to the Moore Police Department to see if they received any calls about the odd sound early Monday morning.

However, they were not aware of the noise.
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http://gma.yahoo.com/residents-baffled-terrifying-loud-booms-oklahoma-054156094--abc-news-topstories.html
Residents Baffled by Terrifying Loud Booms in Oklahoma
2/17/14

If you hear a bang in the night in Oklahoma, it's probably not a monster, but could something worse -- an earthquake.

Across the south central state, 20 earthquakes were reported to The United States Geological Survey on Saturday alone. One of those quakes in the Edmond area had a magnitude of 3.5.

But residents are puzzled as to why the quakes are occurring so frequently and making such alarmingly loud noises.

"Felt like bombs going off. It's just a huge loud noise and then it's like a reverb from that boom that just shakes the entire house
," Logan County resident Nancy York told ABC News affiliate KOCO-TV in Oklahoma City.

"If I'm experiencing eight of these in one day, then when does it erupt and become absolutely horrible that takes my house down?" York asked.

Similar booms have been heard across other states including Indiana, South Carolina, Ohio and Rhode Island in the last month. All of these regions are active areas on the USGS seismic hazard map.

Seismologist Austin Holland with the Oklahoma Geological Survey said that the unexplained noises are a result of sound waves emitting deep from within the earth before erupting. Residents might not know it's an earthquake because the shaking may be too slight to detect.

"When you're on top of a small earthquake it generates a boom. It's kind of similar to an explosion," Holland said. "I know these booms have been reported in other places and they couldn't figure out what was going on."

Oklahoma has seen a steep rise in the frequency of earthquakes in the area, according to a joint statement by both USGS and OGS. Residents have experienced more than 200 measuring at least a magnitude 3.0 since the beginning of 2009.

Holland said the USGS and OGS are conducting joint research on the increase in the frequency of earthquakes in the area.

It is not clear if the quakes are being triggered by human activity or are occurring naturally, Holland said, although he said suggested changes to lake levels may be involved.

The scientists are looking at hydraulic fracturing among all other possible factors, he said, but it may be a while before they come up with a definitive answer.

"We have no way to predict the future. Earthquakes aren't predictable," Holland said. "Certainly the more earthquakes we have, the more likely we are to have a larger one."
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The scientists are looking at hydraulic fracturing among all other possible factors, he said, but it may be a while before they come up with a definitive answer.

That needs to be the first thing looked at, seeing it's the easiest to determine as the source. A simple check with those mining companies and where they are drilling should do it. I don't think that's something they can keep from mining officials, but then you have to go with what the officials say, and some have been known to have incentive to not tell the truth when it comes to corporate profits.
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"Boom" Felt Across Viewing Area(Alabama)

At approximately 3:15pm, News 5 began receiving dozens of phone calls from viewers across the Gulf Coast who said they heard or felt a "loud boom."

This was confirmed by News 5 crew members who experienced the same thing.

As of now, the source of this noise/tremor is unknown at this time.

We can confirm it was not a minor earthquake. The USGS reported no such activity for southern Alabama or the Gulf of Mexico.

We have phone calls in to NAS Pensacola as to whether there were any aircraft operating in the skies above southern Alabama, but have yet to receive a call back.

Here's a strong theory from Chief Meteorologist, Alan Sealls...

The booms and shaking people may have felt today in the News 5 area wasn't weather. The sky was clear so there was no rain or thunder. Your free News 5 weather app showed that no earthquakes were detected from the USGS. You would have had no reason to look at a radar today but if you were looking at a high resolution radar you might have seen some lines that looked like rain- but it wasn't raining today. The shapes and textures I saw look like something called chaff, being released by fast moving aircraft. Chaff is tiny metallic strips dropped from aircraft to either calibrate or “fool” radars. This is something the military does from time to time but rarely do they announce it. I will only guess that today there was some sort of military exercise that involved jets going supersonic and creating booms. With our cold, dense air in place, sound travels farther.

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« Reply #109 on: December 21, 2014, 05:27:46 am »

The Mystery Crashes: Are They a Global Phenomenon?

Reports from around the world indicate recently that mysterious “booms”, or what are sometimes referred to as “explosions” or “sky-quakes” are being reported in various countries. Most recently, New York and the United Kingdom have been among the epicenters of the phenomenon, as reported by The Daily Mail:

    “A loud boom was reported by a number of people in upstate New York on Saturday afternoon at the same time as a similar noise was heard more than 3,000 miles away in the UK.

    “Residents in locations including Buffalo, Cheektowaga, Clarence and as far north as Niagara Falls took to social media to report the unusual noise at around 4:45 p.m. EST. People described it as loud enough to shake their homes and rattle windows.”

    “At the same time as residents in New York State reported hearing noises, hundreds of Twitter users in the UK reported hearing similar sounds – that also shook their windows.

An audio recording of numerous instances of the loud bangs recorded around England indicated a strange, thunder-like rumbling, with separated consecutive blasts, as can be heard in the audio segment below:



Residents in Great Britain suggested a number of possible solutions to the mystery “crashes,” which included the sound of military tests underway, as well as “unusual weather conditions” as a possible source. The Daily Mail noted that, “conspiracy theorists took to social media to claim that aliens were to blame.”

Gralien Report listener Beth Arzy and her boyfriend, Bobby, were among those in the UK who heard these sounds, and shared their report of the incident:

    Saturday night my boyfriend and I are in the front room watching a film, I guess around 10 or so, and we hear these immense BOOMS! Bobby thought it was fireworks, but it sounded more like crazy thunder so I stuck my head out the window to see what it was. Didn’t think much of it, just figured it must be fireworks as it wasn’t too cloudy.

     Just now, Bobby mentioned he read this (links the Daily Mail article) and said “that’s what we heard!”

    How weird is that? It was about 5 booms I heard, then when I lent out the window it stopped. Bastards.

On November 22, Gralien Report listener Lindsey Lou wrote to us to describe a very similar phenomenon that a friend of hers in New Jersey had been experiencing:

    “My coworker has a house in Cape May, New Jersey, and told me there have been a series of mystery ‘booms” and shaking. Locals say these booms [coincide with someone who] uncovered a set of hundred-year-old-train tracks on the beach, and some other bizarre old things that have also been uncovered.

    “I’m having trouble finding too many reports connecting the two, so it may be an obvious case of mistaken correlation, instead of some fantastic Fortean phenomenon.”

One of our Gralien Report listeners, Jeff Adamson, also posted on Facebook that there had been a strange, unidentified explosion or similar sound several nights ago. He wrote to us with the following update:

    “Just heard your call for an update. Many are saying the boom was thunder, as we were getting heavy snowflakes. Even the news reports pointed to “thunder-snows”. However this (sound) lasted 20 seconds or so, and didn’t have the rumbling through the sky like normal thunder has. Emergency vehicle responses were said to have been triggered by the vibrations, but it was nearly immediate. Bottom line, known one is sure.”

I chose to write about Lindsey’s story in an article at Mysterious Universe, which featured a number of similar reports from the Dayton, Ohio area, as well as parts of rural Kansas. In the article, I asked the readership to share with me their reports of mystery boom phenomenon from around the world. The response was impressive:

    “I live in Miamisburg, OH and just heard the loud boom that sounded like a bomb went off. My house shook and the windows rattled.” –Kathy, Miamisburg OH.

    “I came across your article whilst looking into unexplained loud explosions. I live in Manchester, United Kingdom and on the 24th November at 22:25 there was a loud single explosion sound. This was heard 20 miles away and windows rattled etc. There is no reason for this, no fires or signs of an explosion. There were no bright flashes.” –Scott Cooper, Manchester UK

    “I live in Tenaha, Texas. We’ve had a few earthquakes the last couple of years. I’m pretty sure it’s from fraking. I only mention this because what I heard Monday evening (nov 24) was not coming from the earth. But it was… There was a constant hum and then a strange combination of a crack and a boom. The boom occurred every few minutes and it went on for almost an hour. My neighbors at two other houses were out listening too. I heard them talking and when the noise stopped they went back in. I’ve only lived here a few months so I don’t know anyone well enough to ask what they heard or think it was. We really love our privacy out here so I don’t want to get too many eyebrows raised but I thought I should share it nonetheless. I hear a hum most nights too, penetrating but I’m not real familiar where the highway is in relation to me or what industries are nearby. It felt unnatural.” James, Tenaha TX

    “Hello, this may be of no use to you at all but sometime last year, a series of booms were reported in the Lauderdale/ Colbert county areas of North/West Alabama. I personally didn’t experience anything but it was reported on local news outlets throughout it’s duration (nearly a week). Ultimately, they decided it was the disposal of ammunition that had exceeded it’s shelf life but several people have noted that that doesn’t add up because people nearest the disposal site reported nothing. Anyway, may be a complete waste of your time but thought I’d make mention.” –Trent, Alabama

    “Out here in the San Joaquin valley where I’m from! We get hail at certain times of the year and the stone fruits along with raisin vines have new developing growth…they have hail cannons that sound like, well, cannons of all things. These turn the hail into slush so no harm is done! The further away you are of course the booms aren’t as loud. Hope this give some insight!” –Schell, CA

Mauna Loa Mountain on Hawaii’s Big Island is also reportedly an epicenter of unusual “sky-quake” activity, as one reader sent along information to us about, which had previously been sent to Linda Howe at earthfiles.com:

    “I live in Hawaii and I am sending out a request to other local people on this island to report what they are hearing and keep note of when the sounds are heard.

    “Mauna Loa Mountain on Big Island of Hawaii: Joan Ocean of Dolphin Connection International emailed: “Since the beginning of November 2014, I have heard sounds like a large, heavy metal structure being slowly towed along a concrete road. It was scraping and shrieking as it moved, and also made a rumbling sound. It continued for a long time, at least 15 minutes, before I went back to sleep … it was odd because I live at 2200 feet high on the Mauna Loa mountain and there are no large roads nor construction taking place here and certainly not in the middle of the night. …These rumbling sounds were preceded by a subtle whistling sound, and that was the unusual noise that woke me up. Due to my decades of working with free-swimming dolphins, the whistling sound was similar to their high-pitched whistles, and I am very sensitive to that sound. At first I thought it must be a bird, but when I walked out on my deck in the dark to hear it better, I could tell it was not a bird because the sound was not bird-like, it was continuous and piercing. Then I heard the heavy metal rumbling sounds.” –Big Island, Hawaii

Other reports we’ve been receiving from around the globe are as follows:

    “Lots of booms being reported between (At least), Everett and Mount Vernon, WA. Reports of strange lights in the sky have also been reported.”

    “We had some in new Zealand  earlier this year that made the news. These shook windows over 100ks away. Originally everyone denied knowledge army didn’t do it,  airforce, navy nope then a couple of days later the army said oh wait that was us testing bombs in the range. So the media said do it again then and they set of a the biggest bomb they had. But no sonic booms. Guess it was a fluke. Look up New Zealand Herald, they covered it. Also the ‘Cambel Live’ TV show.” –Steven, New Zealand

    “I was reading the article of “Mysterious booms are being reported across America again” and in my town of Richland Center Wisconsin around the end of August 2014, I heard what sounded like a sonic boom or an explosion and I felt what I call pressure move through my house and it seemed like a feeling you have when you are around something that exploded. My brother also heard the noise that lives near by and I have a friend who lives 20 miles from me who heard the exact same sound. We posted on Facebook to see if anyone knew of what the noise was. No one has ever found out what caused it to this day. Just wanted to share the information.” –Todd, Richland Center, Wisconsin

    “I work out in Scottsboro, Alabama area and a couple days after those earthquakes that hit the Midwest we had something rattle the shop I work in 3 times. Our shop is like 100’x40′ big. It’s a steel building that’s built on a concrete slab. It didn’t necessarily shake the shop where we felt it. It just rattled things and got out attention bc it was like a boom that just really caught our attention. It’s just hard to explain. People who live 30-50 miles away from that area even talked about something rattling their house but nothing was ever on the news in our area. Let me know if you get any emails from anyone else in the North Alabama region.” –Chris, Scottsboro Alabama

    “In regards to the sonic booms story, I was hearing something weird last night that may or may not be related. I’m living in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada (about 45 minutes east of Toronto and right by Lake Ontario). There was a really loud, really high pitched sound that would last for about 4 or 5 seconds and repeat every couple of minutes. I noticed it at about 11:00pm and when I went to sleep at about 1:30 it was still going.

    “It was driving me so crazy that I went around my whole place turning things off, listening, and then unplugging and listening. It was at a pitch that was just barely within my range of hearing (for someone who’s 3? old), so I don’t think it was any kind of alarm. It was the same from every room, which makes me think it wasn’t some kind of electronic buzzing. Plus, it was actually really hard to ignore it and get to sleep, even after I put on a podcast. …and I live by train tracks, I’m not that delicate with sound when it comes to going to sleep.

    “Anyhow, just thought it was weird, and after I saw the article, I wonder if it’s something that might be related or being carried over the lake maybe (it’s about a 10 minute drive away)? –Maria, Oshawa, Ontario

Within just a few minutes, Maria actually wrote us back from her iPhone with a quick update: “No word of a lie, two minutes after I emailed you, I stepped outside and just heard two booms about two minutes apart, and all the dogs in the area are going nuts.”

A number of suggestions have been made about the possible causes behind these widespread reports of mysterious crashes, which have included earthquakes, as well as sonic booms created by government aircraft. The most popular among these had been the secretive “Project Aurora” aircraft, which tabloids in the UK were claiming as a source based on an expert who suggested the sounds in the audio segment featured earlier in this article had been a “pulse detonation engine” the likes of the fabled Project Aurora, a secretive U.S. spy plane that may exist, based on reports that began to appear back in the late 1980s.

Mention of this supposed aircraft on our weekly Gralien Report Podcast caught the attention of another of our listeners, who shared the following anecdote with us about his own experience with legends about Project Aurora:

    “My father was an engineer for Lockheed for 33 years.  He is now retired.  Many years back, at least 15 years, my wife and I got a cat and named it Aurora.  My father looked at me and asked why I named my cat after a secret spy plane program. I, of course, didn’t know what he was talking about and I asked him. He smiled and using air quotes said it is “rumored” that there is a spy plane program code named Aurora but he didn’t elaborate.

    “Now, my father has the highest clearance you can get at Lockheed. I remember when he got it because they also did background checks on me, about 19 years old at the time, my brother, and my mother.  Whenever aircraft stuff like this comes up in the news or elsewhere and I ask him about it he always smiles and says it’s just a rumor.  Even now after he’s retired I think he still keeps up with what’s going on at Lockheed.  He showed me some old video of F-22 test flights he got from one of his test pilot buddies but has never shared anything that wasn’t already out in the public domain but I’m pretty sure he has more.  Whenever I ask him about it he always claims ignorance or it is something classified. “

Could it be a top secret U.S. aircraft that was behind the “mystery booms”? Another Gralien Report listener and correspondent, Thom Lesinewski, told us the booms reminded him of something quite different:

    “I was greatly intrigued by the recent reports reports of the sky ‘explosions’.  In fact I might have heard some the the popping myself.  I say ‘might’ because I seem to recall recently hearing popping sounds, but I attributed them to firing at the local police firing range when is only about a mile from my home. 

    “I listened to the recording of the sounds many times, something struck me as familiar.  I finally realized what it was. The Tunnel is the resonating chamber between earth and the ionosphere.  Some years ago I was part of a research project called ‘INSPIRE’  which involved listening to VLF signals as they bounced off the ionosphere.  It struck me that, at least to me, the recordings had a quality like the sounds were in a tunnel.  While I never heard any pops, explosions in my research the overall quality of the tone was the same.  I decided to do a bit of research.

Attached is a spectral display of the sounds Thom sent us:





    “Interesting profile don’t you think? The consistency is interesting.  The ‘popping’ is reflected in yellow blips along the bottom. They are present even in the sudden Plateau sound toward the end of the clip. 

    “The Frequency Plot show that the peak frequency is at 200Hz  then tapers off quickly.  But note the signal starts at a high level even below 100Hz.  This makes me think that there is probably a considerable component even lower, perhaps in the infra-sound range.  If so perhaps the global infra-sound network might have picked it up.  Wonder if anyone is talking to the CTBTO network (Comprehensive Test Band Treaty Organisation )?   

    “I think it would be interesting to plot reports on the basis of Date/Time and location.  But quality of data could be an issue.

    “So, my gut feeling is that this is a result of a system test of some new Over The Horizon (OTH) system.  either Radar, communications, or weapon.  Probably from Russia.   I recall from my youth during the Cold War, listening to Shortwave, and hearing the ‘Russian Woodpecker’ signal from the OTH radar they were working on.  Very loud, and caused considerable problem on the airwaves.  So they are not adverse to bold displays of technology (see Wikipedia’s entries on the Duga-3, and also see here for more). Finally, the Russians are still at developing the OTH ability (as are the western powers)  see: Russia begins deployment of over the Horizon System.

    “I know that the OTH systems are dealing with radio waves, and this is a audio phenomena, but that does not preclude some new system or a artifact from a new system due to ionospheric conditions.  Don’t know..just guessing here.  Need more data… more data…more data. Obviously this is all speculation.  This is my choice but I must admit that the idea of it being caused by the ‘Aurora’ is appealing, but there are too many things wrong with that option.”

Another correspondent of ours with a background in aerospace technology wrote in with a slightly different take on the matter, and while considering the infrasound component to be a possibility, the phenomenon recorded in Britain sounded similar, to him, to a more widely recognized variety of crashing:

    “You mentioned a listener who commented the infrasound network might be used to track the booms. I had thought of that too, but never had any luck finding a database of the network. Likely restricted. I kind of doubt its some radar/weapon/HAARP interacting with the ionosphere. I am more inclined to fireworks for the one you played the recording of (those remind me of the “grand finale” of those big bang fireworks I always love that are so bright and loud they blind you and shake your chest). Of course, they could be the good old “small comets” that I have always enjoyed.

    “Also, I heard you mention the unusual Russian satellite. I got the orbital elements from www.space-track.org for it and the rocket body it came “close” to. The closest they got together were .25 km on Nov 25.  But they didn’t maintain the distance, it varied based on the two orbits from .25 km to 2.5 km (for an average of 1 km) for 1 day or 13 orbits. It drifted to 16 km away from Nov 25 to Nov 29.  But on Nov 29 it got as close as 3 km away. It looks like a rocket engine, not ion engine since the seven altitude changes have happened fairly impulsively like a rocket engine firing (not gradually as you would expect an ion engine over a number of orbits).”

So what is the source behind the sounds being heard worldwide? We have addressed the phenomenon here, and in our weekly Gralien Report Podcast (click here to launch that episode). Our friends at Mysterious Universe have also featured updates about the program on their show, and finally, my fellow blogger Paul Seaburn at Mysterious Universe and I have kept a running dialogue on the MU blog for a number of weeks, which can be viewed here, here, and here.

http://www.gralienreport.com/science-and-technology/the-mystery-crashes-a-global-phenomenon/
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« Reply #110 on: January 10, 2015, 06:13:17 am »

Mysterious booms rattle homes, scare livestock in Oklahoma

A spate of mysterious booms that has been shaking central Oklahoma returned for a second day Friday, again rattling houses and frightening livestock.

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. Numerous others had been reported Thursday in the same area at about the same time.

Friday's booms weren't "quite as frequent" as Thursday's, Holland said. "It's quite interesting."

The windows of Anthony Young's home in the town that's the outskirts of Oklahoma City rattled. "We thought some nut was out here, you know, with explosives," Young told KOCO-TV. "It sounded like thunder, you could feel the ground shake, but it was nothing like an earthquake"

Both Holland and National Weather Service meteorologist Matthew Day didn't 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.

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« Reply #111 on: May 17, 2015, 08:04:45 am »

What IS this strange sound from the sky? Noise heard across the globe for nearly a DECADE - but nobody has an explanation

    One woman in Canada has recorded chilling sounds several times
    At its strongest, eerie noises sounds like a trumpet
    Similar outbursts have been captured on countries around the world including the U.S., Ukraine, Germany and Belarus
    One man in the U.S. says he woke up screaming after hearing the sounds


A mysterious noise from the sky is continuing to baffle people all over the world - as well as giving those who hear it sleepless nights.

Sounding like a trumpet or a collective from a brass section of an orchestra, a selection of videos shot from the Canada to Ukraine, via the U.S., Germany and Belarus show strange goings on above us.

And the eerie sounds have been continuously heard at all different times and locations for almost a decade.

VIDEO's of sound: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3084260/What-strange-sound-sky-Noise-heard-globe-nearly-DECADE-explanation.html

The first video posted on YouTube recording the unusual, unearthly sounds, was in 2008 when a user recorded the strange sounds in the sky from Homel, in Belarus.

That same year another anonymous user shared the 'ear-deafening' sounds that they insisted 'were not a hoax,' from a quiet neighbourhood believed to be in the U.S.

Kimberly Wookey from Terrace, British Columbia in Canada first captured the alien sound in June 2013, and since then she has managed to capture several recordings of the noise with her most recent being on May 7 this year.

Writing on YouTube, where she posted the videos, Ms Wookey writes: 'On the morning of August 29, 2013 at approximately 7:30am I was awoken by these sounds.

'I shot out of bed realizing it was the same sounds I had heard before and I ran looking for a camera to try to capture them with. I came out into the living room to find my seven-year-old son awake and scared wondering what was going on. He had said the noises woke him up as well and shook his window.

'I managed to record three clips showing almost five minutes of these strange sounds. After it was over and I sat down at the computer to upload the video. After checking my Facebook I noticed a lot of locals had heard the same sounds again but this time it was far more widespread.

'I have no idea what these sounds are but it is pretty strange and I am glad that I was able to catch them this time and share what I heard. The sounds were heard again on Sept 8th at 6:30am so far we have confirmed reports of it being heard from town to the lake, 25km away.'

So what does the mother of four think the noises are?

'I personally do not believe this has any religious connection, nor do I believe it is aliens, graders, trains, construction, etc,' she added.

'I do believe it could be a geophysical phenomenon.'

Kimberly was so spooked by the sound coming from the sky she contacted her local construction company to try and get an answer.

Her efforts hit a dead end when the company replied informing her that none of their machines could make such a noise (see screenshot above).

Another recording of the sound was captured in Kiev, Ukraine in August 2011. An eyewitness said: 'The sound was extremely loud, with some people 30-40km from the recording also hearing it in other cities

'It was in the news with the investigation with specialists and scientists, but there is still no exact explanation.'

Encounters with the noise has even caused some people to have vivid nightmares for days after the event.

Aaron Traylor captured a recording in Montana in the U.S. on February 18, 2012, and said: 'I've had vivid nightmares ever since I posted the very eerie strange sounds that has Missoula talking and looking towards the sky; awful, awful nightmares.

'My wife woke me from a dream last night where she says I was screaming like she's never heard me scream before.

'I was taking my daughter out for her daily exercise along with my dog. I started to hear the sounds early on in our little adventure and the first time it was heard my dog perked her ears up and my daughter stopped in her tracks.

'That sound was identical to the one I had taped later, and lasted just as long. Now since I've been following this worldwide strange sounds phenomenon for some time, the whole 'End of the world' thing popped instantly into my head.

'What if this was one of those sounds? I had my phone ready to capture the next one just in case. Sure enough, five minutes later the sound had returned.'

Aaron doesn't subscribe to the theory that the noise is made by trains or aeroplanes.

'The Missoula rail system is one very loud and unpredictable beast. Trains connecting their loads to another is a sound very familiar to locals. Loud bangs and screeches can be heard from nearly 10 miles away at any given point throughout the day,' he added.

'Still, that doesn't explain the fan-like whirring sound that can be heard at the start of the recording.'

'I've lived in this neighbourhood for nearly four years and have heard all kinds of planes coming and going overhead and on the runway. I've never heard a plane sound like this before.

'My neighbourhood is very quiet and we were about three blocks away from any busy intersection during the incident. Can't say I've ever heard an automobile of any kind with that kind of noise.'

A video from Germany taken from a window pans onto a street and shows a child frozen still as the chilling sounds echo over the landscape. And in Salzburgh in Austria the noise is magnified across the Eastern Alps.

In Allen, Texas, U.S. back in 2012, the mysterious noise had a group of people stop what they were doing in a car park and look towards the sky, with one exclaiming: 'It's weird, I've never heard anything like that.'

Geoscientist David Deming from the University of Oklahoma has previously written about a phenomenon called The Hum – ‘a mysterious and untraceable sound that is heard in certain locations around the world by two to ten per cent of the population’.

Writing in the Journal of Scientific Exploration, he said that sources of The Hum could include telephone transmissions and ‘aircraft operated by the U.S Navy for the purpose of submarine communications’.

According to Nasa, the Earth has ‘natural radio emissions’.

The Agency said: ‘If humans had radio antennas instead of ears, we would hear a remarkable symphony of strange noises coming from our own planet. Scientists call them "tweeks," "whistlers" and "sferics."

'They sound like background music from a flamboyant science fiction film, but this is not science fiction. Earth's natural radio emissions are real and, although we're mostly unaware of them, they are around us all the time.’

For instance lightning can produce eerie-sounding radio emissions, Nasa added.

Earthquakes can also produce sub-audible sounds, according to seismologist Brian W Stump from the Southern Methodist University in Dallas.


What people are speculating the sounds are online...

Possible theories include:

Tectonic plates grinding - Tectonic plates are pieces of the Earth's crust and uppermost mantle, together referred to as the lithosphere. The plates are around 100 km (62 mi) thick and consist of two principal types of material: oceanic crust (also called sima from silicon and magnesium) and continental crust (sial from silicon and aluminium).

Atmospheric pressure - Atmospheric pressure is defined as the force per unit area exerted against a surface by the weight of the air above that surface.

Trains shunting - Self explanatory - noise comes from trains in reaction to the track and overhead wires.

Construction - Building works, especially if going on at the same time across a specific area, can led to similar sounds.

Aliens - Can this be an alien lifeform in the sky, perhaps scouring out Earth?

HAARP weapon - Rumours persist that the U.S. government uses secret weapons in the sky for defence and weather modifying, the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). This wouldn't explain the sounds in other countries however...

The Apocalypse and the Seven Trumpets of Heaven - Seven trumpets are sounded, one at a time, to cue apocalyptic events that were seen in the vision of the Revelation of Christ Jesus, by John of Patmos. Somewhat more worrying as it would signal the end of the world...

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« Reply #112 on: May 20, 2015, 07:22:48 am »

Are mystery 'trumpet blasts' in sky from God?
No one has solid explanation for sounds heard since 2008


In the final book of the New Testament known as the Book of Revelation, angels are shown to be sounding trumpets, accompanied by a variety of supernatural plagues upon Planet Earth.

And now, mysterious, unexplained sounds in the sky that some are likening to trumpet blasts are puzzling people all over the world, including the United States.

As Britain’s Daily Mail reports, “Sounding like a trumpet or a collective from a brass section of an orchestra, a selection of videos shot from the Canada to Ukraine, via the U.S., Germany and Belarus show strange goings on above us.”

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Numerous videos are posted on YouTube from spots all over the world, with people wondering just what is causing the strange phenomenon.

See video and hear the mysterious sound for yourself:

The first time the sky sounds were posted on YouTube was back in 2008, as a resident of Homel, Belarus, made a recording.

Later that year, another anonymous user posted “ear-deafening” sounds they claimed “were not a hoax” echoing through a quiet neighborhood believed to be in America.

In June 2013, Kimberly Wookey of Terrace, British Columbia, Canada, first caught the sound, and has continued her recordings through May 7 of this year.

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Wookey said on YouTube: “On the morning of August 29, 2013 at approximately 7:30am I was awoken by these sounds.

“I shot out of bed realizing it was the same sounds I had heard before and I ran looking for a camera to try to capture them with. I came out into the living room to find my seven-year-old son awake and scared wondering what was going on. He had said the noises woke him up as well and shook his window.

“I managed to record three clips showing almost five minutes of these strange sounds. After it was over and I sat down at the computer to upload the video. After checking my Facebook I noticed a lot of locals had heard the same sounds again but this time it was far more widespread.

‘I have no idea what these sounds are but it is pretty strange and I am glad that I was able to catch them this time and share what I heard. The sounds were heard again on Sept 8th at 6:30am so far we have confirmed reports of it being heard from town to the lake, 25km away.”

Wookey is skeptical the sounds are caused by anything unearthly.

“I personally do not believe this has any religious connection, nor do I believe it is aliens, graders, trains, construction, etc.,” she noted. “I do believe it could be a geophysical phenomenon.”

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The sound was also captured in Kiev, Ukraine, in August 2011 with one eyewitness saying, “The sound was extremely loud, with some people 30-40km from the recording also hearing it in other cities. It was in the news with the investigation with specialists and scientists, but there is still no exact explanation.”

Some who have heard the phenomenon have reportedly experienced severe nightmares for days afterward.

Aaron Traylor of Montana is among them, who said after recording the sound on February 18, 2012:

    I’ve had vivid nightmares ever since I posted the very eerie strange sounds that has Missoula talking and looking towards the sky; awful, awful nightmares.

    My wife woke me from a dream last night where she says I was screaming like she’s never heard me scream before.

    I was taking my daughter out for her daily exercise along with my dog. I started to hear the sounds early on in our little adventure and the first time it was heard my dog perked her ears up and my daughter stopped in her tracks.

    That sound was identical to the one I had taped later, and lasted just as long. Now since I’ve been following this worldwide strange sounds phenomenon for some time, the whole “End of the world” thing popped instantly into my head.

    What if this was one of those sounds? I had my phone ready to capture the next one just in case. Sure enough, five minutes later the sound had returned.

Traylor doesn’t think the noise has anything to do with modes of transportation, such as trains or planes.

“The Missoula rail system is one very loud and unpredictable beast. Trains connecting their loads to another is a sound very familiar to locals. Loud bangs and screeches can be heard from nearly 10 miles away at any given point throughout the day,” he said.

“Still, that doesn’t explain the fan-like whirring sound that can be heard at the start of the recording. I’ve lived in this neighborhood for nearly four years and have heard all kinds of planes coming and going overhead and on the runway. I’ve never heard a plane sound like this before.

“My neighborhood is very quiet and we were about three blocks away from any busy intersection during the incident. Can’t say I’ve ever heard an automobile of any kind with that kind of noise.”

In 2012, several people in a parking lot in Allen, Texas, heard the sounds, with one commenting: “It’s weird, I’ve never heard anything like that.”

At the University of Oklahoma, geoscientist David Deming has been writing about a phenomenon called “the Hum” – “a mysterious and untraceable sound that is heard in certain locations around the world by two to ten percent of the population.”

Deming wrote in the Journal of Scientific Exploration that possible sources of the Hum might be telephone transmissions and “aircraft operated by the U.S. Navy for the purpose of submarine communications.”

NASA has said Planet Earth has “natural radio emissions,” explaining: “If humans had radio antennas instead of ears, we would hear a remarkable symphony of strange noises coming from our own planet. Scientists call them ‘tweeks,’ ‘whistlers’ and ‘sferics.’

“They sound like background music from a flamboyant science-fiction film, but this is not science fiction. Earth’s natural radio emissions are real and, although we’re mostly unaware of them, they are around us all the time.”

Some other theories being discussed include:

The sounding of a shofar (ram’s horn), the grinding of the Earth’s tectonic plates, atmospheric pressure, construction work, space aliens, secret sky weaponry such as the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP, and, of course, the activities of angels.

Throughout the Book of Revelation, the apostle John, who was writing Aegean Sea island of Patmos, described the voices of angels as sounding like trumpets.

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“After this I looked, and, behold, a door was opened in heaven: and the first voice which I heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me; which said, Come up hither, and I will shew thee things which must be hereafter.” (Revelation 4:1)

The eighth chapter of Revelation notes seven angels having seven trumpets to sound, and when they do, catastrophic events unfold, including a scorching of a third of all green-plant life on Earth, a third of the sea becoming blood and swarms of locusts given the power of scorpions.

The apostle Paul described the resurrection of dead believers in Jesus to occur at the “last” trumpet blast.

“Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.” (1 Corinthians 15:51-52)

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« Reply #113 on: May 20, 2015, 07:23:30 am »

Mysterious 'Sky Trumpets' Are Sounding Again - Strange Noises Heard Worldwide Remain Unexplained

In August 2013 a video taken by Kimberly Wookey, in Terrace, B.C. went viral as unexplained, mysterious sounds, described as "sky trumpets" by many, were captured on video with Ms. Wookey stating these were not fake, nor a hoax, but she "recorded what we woke up to that morning," saying this was the second time she had personally heard the sounds in Terrace, B.C Canada.

At the time the official explanation from the city, found at CBC News Canada, was an unknown city worker "grinding down a blade of a grader," with the statement claiming the city was going the attempt to recreate the sound the day of the report, which was August 30, 2013.

The city never published the results of their attempted recreation, yet, almost two years later, Ms. Wookey and two others, captured the sounds again, same city, different locations and on different days, with Ms. Wookey publishing two videos, one of May 6 and one on May 7, 2015.

According to Ms. wookey, via WMD, "“I personally do not believe this has any religious connection, nor do I believe it is aliens, graders, trains, construction, etc.,” she noted. “I do believe it could be a geophysical phenomenon."

They go on to detail some of the theories found browsing the Internet, ending with the Book of Revelation:

“After this I looked, and, behold, a door was opened in heaven: and the first voice which I heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me; which said, Come up hither, and I will shew thee things which must be hereafter.” (Revelation 4:1)

The eighth chapter of Revelation notes seven angels having seven trumpets to sound, and when they do, catastrophic events unfold, including a scorching of a third of all green-plant life on Earth, a third of the sea becoming blood and swarms of locusts given the power of scorpions.

Once again the city of Terrace makes the same claim as to the origin of the strange sky sounds, which seems to have satisfied some, despite the city being unable, or unwilling, to report the the results of the experiment to recreate those noises, but another video which is the last video shown below, created by KatCatKC, compiles clips from 2008 to 2015, starting with Ms. Wookey's most recent.

The compilation includes these mysterious sounds captured in Belarus in 2008, Ukraine in 2011, two different states in the US, Montana and Texas in 2012, Austria in 2012, Terrace, B.C. in 2013 (the original viral video) and Germany in 2015.

Interesting to note that according to a UFO survey, Terrace, B.C. was named as the number 3 hotspot for "UFO" sightings.

[UPDATE, via an email]

> Everyone is wondering and talking about the strange sounds again? We have an increase in earthquakes, volcanos, sinkholes, critical infrastructure shifting (train derailments) and the list goes on.
> This is what happens when a planet is under stress, being pushed and pulled. And the stronger the pushing and pulling (distance reduction between earth and the approaching planet) the worse all of these things are going to get.
> And CERN firing off (unscheduled/unpublished as usual) is not helping matters. What a bunch of morons. they actually believe they can change what has been written in the bible concerning the impending judgment.
> Not to mention capturing and redirecting dark matter as negative energy all over the planet. Does this 2000 year old statement make sense to anyone now:
> Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil


Feel free to leave your thought or theories on what these strange sounds are, in the comment section below.

First video: May 6, 2015 - Melissa Harris

vids: http://allnewspipeline.com/Sky_Trumpets_Are_Sounding_Again.php
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« Reply #114 on: June 28, 2015, 04:00:11 pm »

Another mysterious noise baffles Whanganui locals

A mysterious rumble in Whanganui last night is the latest in a long list of unexplained 'noises from nowhere'.

Last night Whanganui residents from Turakina to Waitotara said they heard a loud rumbling noise between 10.15pm and 10.30pm.

It was loud enough to shake the ground in Ratana Pa and reportedly set off the Civil Defence siren there.

Locals wondered if it had been an earthquake, but a spokesman for GeoNet, which records earthquake, tsunamis and volcanic eruptions, said the organisation's recording instruments had been quiet overnight.

"Just after 10pm there was a tiny earthquake that was so small it couldn't be felt or even located accurately," the spokesman said.

Whanganui residents are not the only Kiwis left baffled by mystery noises.

In June 2014, Aucklanders heard a series of "house-shaking" booms with no apparent source.

The booms later turned out to have been caused by the New Zealand Defence Force.

But not every mystery noise has been solved.

What's that noise?

1. Last month the booms were back around Onehunga and Mangere Bridge and the Defence Force said at the time they were not responsible this time around.

2. Another loud bang stumped residents in the Onehunga, Three Kings, Mt Roskill, Epsom and Mt Albert area on May 30 last year.

3. A mysterious humming noise was reportedly driving Aucklanders "bonkers" in 2006, when more than 30 people, most in Auckland and the North Shore, said they could hear a low, rumbling hum. One woman said the noise was so irritating she considered selling her home.

4. By late 2012 the hum seemed to have migrated down to Wellington, with at least 20 people living in the Mt Victoria, Mt Cook and Newtown areas complaining of a low hum. The noise was likened to someone blowing across the mouth of a bottle and a council spokesman said at the time he was "at a loss" to explain where it was coming from.

5. People have claimed to have heard a "weird, apocalyptic trumpet-like noise" around the world in recent years. People from all over the United States as well as Germany, Australia and even New Zealand said they had heard the noise coming from the sky. More than 150 videos of the strange sound were collected online, but no one had an answer for where it came from. Many suspected the "noise" was just an elaborate internet hoax.

6. In late, 2014 loud rumblings in the United States and the United Kingdom were heard which were apparently "powerful enough to shake the glass of windows," the BBC reported last December. Several possible theories for the noises were put forward at the time, but not confirmed.

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« Reply #115 on: August 31, 2015, 02:52:24 pm »

What is this strange sound from the sky?
The noise is heard across the globe – but nobody has an explanation.

This last record of the strange sounds in the sky was recorded again in British Colombia and put online on August 23, 2015:



s shown on the following weird noises list, similar sounds have been recorded around the world… From Greenland to the US passing by Europe and Russia.
But what are people speculating the creepy strange sounds are online?

Tectonic plates grinding: Tectonic plates are pieces of the Earth’s crust and uppermost mantle, together referred to as the lithosphere. The plates are around 100 km (62 mi) thick and consist of two principal types of material: oceanic crust (also called sima from silicon and magnesium) and continental crust (sial from silicon and aluminium).

Atmospheric pressure: Atmospheric pressure is defined as the force per unit area exerted against a surface by the weight of the air above that surface.

Trains shunting: Self explanatory – noise comes from trains in reaction to the track and overhead wires.

Construction: Building works, especially if going on at the same time across a specific area, can led to similar sounds.

Aliens: Can this be an alien lifeform in the sky, perhaps scouring out Earth?

HAARP weapon: Rumours persist that the U.S. government uses secret weapons in the sky for defence and weather modifying, the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP). This wouldn’t explain the sounds in other countries however…

The Apocalypse and the Seven Trumpets of Heaven: Seven trumpets are sounded, one at a time, to cue apocalyptic events that were seen in the vision of the Revelation of Christ Jesus, by John of Patmos. Somewhat more worrying as it would signal the end of the world…

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« Reply #117 on: September 14, 2015, 10:19:59 am »

Mysterious explosion shakes and stuns Kingsholm, Gloucester. Do you know what it was?

A mysterious loud boom was reported in Kingsholm, Gloucester on September 9, 2015.
The bang was strong enough to leave families stunned and baffled. Do you know what it was?

As reported by Gloucester Citizen, “Residents gingerly opened front doors to peer out into the street – expecting to see a trail of destruction, bomb crater, tail of an aircraft, damage to vehicles, the front of a neighbour’s house missing or the remnants and shrapnel of someone’s boiler.”

But they just found nothing… What is going on there?
Here a few comments:

“It sounded like it was right outside my house. I expected to find just four wheels where my car used to be, a hole in the street or the smell of cordite in the air, but there was nothing.”

“Our house shook. We had the kids coming downstairs to ask what was going on. Our son is studying the Second World War at school and he genuinely asked if he had to be evacuated! We told him if it became a regular thing we would dig outselves and Anderson shelter and take cover there.”

So do you know what happened? Do you know the origin of the mysterious bang?Help us solve this mystery.

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« Reply #118 on: September 20, 2015, 07:23:56 am »

New mysterious noise heard in BC – This time in Oliver

A mysterious noise and followed by rumblings have been heard and felt in Oliver, BC, on September 18, 2015.
But the source of the booming sound remains unexplained.

After Terrace, it’s now residents of Oliver to report mysterious sounds. You remember? Here is the video:



The explosion-like noise happened at around 3 am and sounded like something blowing up. The vibrations were so strong that it set off a car alarm.

Although some reports that it didn’t feel or sound like an earthquake, some witnesses said their houses shook. The latest quake in the area was 4 days ago.

So if no earthquake, than what? An explosion? A meteor exploding in the sky? A patrol was made but the origin was not located. Nothing has been found suggesting something exploded.

Watch some more mystery booms reports from 1900 to 2015 in my mystery booms’ list.

Well it seems that nobody has an idea of what it was… Do you?

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