Series of unexplained BOOMS across the USA

January 9, 2013CALIFORNIA - The loud explosion that jolted North Hollywood on Tuesday night remained a mystery the next morning, authorities said. An officer at the Los Angeles Police Department’s North Hollywood station said police searched the area for a half an hour Tuesday night but had no luck in determining what caused the sound. The officer said police received numerous calls about the noise. At about 9:30 p.m., numerous people began tweeting about a loud explosion. Some thought it had come from a North Hollywood Metro station; others reported hearing an explosion in Studio City. “Mysterious explosion a few minutes ago. What’s going on? #LA” tweeted @ThatVitalSpark. “Seriously, any leads what the hell this boom was in North Hollywood? Im shook up a bit” tweeted @RajRawal37. A Reddit user posed the question: “What just blew up in North Hollywood?” By 10:30 p.m., there were more than 120 comments, but no crowd-sourced answer. However, possibilities ranging from alien invasions to meteors were proposed. –LA Times
 Massachusetts mystery: Salem and Marblehead police officers searched the area of Ocean Avenue early Saturday morning for evidence of what could have caused the large boom that prompted residents across the area to call 911. According to Sunday morning’s Salem police log, At 1:34 a.m., police received multiple calls regarding a “loud bang” on Ocean Avenue. They were unable to locate the source. Many of our readers in Marblehead also reported hearing the sound, which has some town residents wondering whether or not it is coming from the harbor. This isn’t the first time we’ve written about mysterious explosion noises being reported in the area late at night. Theories offered so far have included youngsters with powerful fireworks, cannons from boats in the harbor, malfunctioning electrical transformers, UFOs and the shifting of tectonic plates under the city. –Marblehead Patch
South Carolina mystery: Residents of Red Bank in Lexington County appear to have gotten a loud awakening Thursday morning as multiple reports indicate a loud booming noise in the area. WIS News 10 viewers poured onto our Facebook page this morning to report the sound. “What was the horrific boom in the Redbank area,” asked Lisa Russell Fields. “People are saying it sounded like a plane crash or explosion. I also heard the ‘big boom’ this morning. So did a lot of other people, it sounds like a close cannon or something and will shake the whole building/house,” said Jennifer Lee Stokes Kleine. “Does anyone have a concrete explanation for the loud boom that shook houses in Lexington County around the Redbank/YMCA/Old Barnwell Road area this morning around 8:30 a.m.,” said Mary Frances Henry Bell. So, what was it? The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department doesn’t know either. “Law enforcement officers and public safety personnel have been unable so far to determine the source of the noise,” said Sheriff’s Department spokesman Maj. John Allard. “No explosions have been reported.” A similarly loud explosive noise happened last year in the South Congaree portion of Lexington County. Residents reported then being woken up to the boom around 8 a.m. on a Sunday. Seismographs at the University of South Carolina even measured something in the area. However, there was never a determined cause for that loud noise either. -WISTV
Salt Lake City mystery: Hundreds of people from Weber County to Utah County, and some as far north as Rock Springs, Wyoming reported that they felt shaking or heard loud booms Tuesday night around 9 p.m. The FOX 13 Newsroom received several calls from concerned citizens about the phenomena shortly after 9 p.m., but the cause remains a mystery. Representatives for the University of Utah’s Seismograph stations said there was not an earthquake, ATK said they were not conducting any rocket tests, the Utah National Guard said they were not conducting any weapons or artillery training and Hill Air Force Base said they did not have any planes in the air after 6 p.m. A map of earthquakes over the last day shows no activity in Northern Utah, or anywhere in the state. The closest quake was a relatively small 2.6 magnitude near Bishop, Calif., more than 500 miles from Salt Lake City. The equipment at the University of Utah Seismograph stations did, however, record “sonic activity” at the time people said they were hearing the booms, but the cause of the sonic activity has not been identified. There is also a theory that the heavy inversion layer may have amplified a blast on the ground or in the air, making it seem closer and louder than reality. While that is possible, it is still unclear what caused the noise. –Fox 13
See Wikipedia listing for the some of the latest incidents reportedly heard across the U.S.

Test aircraft IMO.

Sub for EY. Phone Post

Mayans were off by about a month ... 1/21/2013!!

In before aliens Phone Post

BWS on cross-country vacation?

Subbed niggas.

I live in Salt Lake City. My wife heard the booms, but I thought it was just icicles falling from our house. It kept happening though, which is weird in hindsight because it was really cold last night.

Anyway, my local news just addressed the booms. At first the local Air Force said they weren't flying last night. Then, they said some bombers were here from Louisiana dropping bombs in the desert west of Salt Lake City. The news reporter obviously wasn't buying it. He said it was weird because other states were reporting the booms too. So, the anchor asks the reporter, "how big were these bombs?" They both just laughed.

So, is this the NWO? Aliens? False Flag operation? Immigrants trying to take our jobs? Obama and the liberals trying to take our guns? Red Dawn v. 3.0? Chem trails making us go collectively insane? What say ye?


 

SALT LAKE CITY — Hill Air Force Base issued a news release Wednesday afternoon that may explain the loud booms heard around the Wasatch Front Tuesday night.

Hundreds of residents from Weber to Utah County, reported shaking and hearing loud booms at around 9 p.m. and officials seemingly had no answer to what those noises were.

“All of a sudden, the house started vibrating, I said, ‘What is that,’” said Ogden resident Brenna Allred. “I did think it was an earthquake.

Representatives for the University of Utah’s seismograph stations said that they did record sonic activity, but it wasn’t an earthquake.

“We think this was an above ground event, these can be airplanes breaking the sound barrier,” said Katherine Widden, research seismologist.

ATK said they were not conducting any rocket tests, the Utah National Guard said they were not conducting any weapons or artillery training and Hill Air Force Base said they did not have any planes in the air after 6 p.m.

But HAFB released a statement Wednesday, saying that a B-52 Stratofortress bomber aircraft flying from Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana dropped ordnance, or explosives, on the Utah Test and Training Range Tuesday night.

“Aircraft noises, explosions and other military operations conducted on the UTTR can sometimes be heard on the East side of the Great Salt Lake,” said George Jozens, Hill AFB spokesman. “If weather conditions are just right, sound will carry, ricochet and even be amplified and travels many miles. Barksdale’s B-52s were dropping ordnance during training about 9 p.m. last night directly West of the southern part of the Great Salt Lake on the UTTR.”

There were reports from as far as California of residents hearing the loud booms. HAFB says the B-52 is not capable of going supersonic and creating a sonic boom, so how those noises were heard states away remains a mystery.

The testing is expected to continue on Wednesday night.

Article from dec about the same thing!

 

http://www.examiner.com/article/loud-booms-heard-all-across-united-states-only-48-hours

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Article from dec about the same thing!



 



http://www.examiner.com/article/loud-booms-heard-all-across-united-states-only-48-hours



Strange. VERY strange.

lol at this thread moved to conspiracy ground.

All those reports are from "legitimate" news sources.

Fucking coward mod.....

subbed

Fugazi - 


lol at this thread moved to conspiracy ground.



All those reports are from "legitimate" news sources.



Fucking coward mod.....



Yeah, why is this moved to the conspiracy ground? If it is because of what I said, then I am sorry. I was just trying to be funny.

Edelweiss - 
Fugazi - 

lol at this thread moved to conspiracy ground.

All those reports are from "legitimate" news sources.

Fucking coward mod.....


Yeah, why is this moved to the conspiracy ground? If it is because of what I said, then I am sorry. I was just trying to be funny.

 

It wasn't anything that you said. Some mods obviously feel that these type of threads are taking over the OG, and maybe they feel that it's turning people away. I felt that this was going to happen when I saw that  the name was changed to Conspiracyground. Originally though, it was indicated that it would mostly be old threads that were to be moved here, but now that seems to have been extended to moving anything that can loosely be described as a conspiracy thread, to this forum.

 

 

 

 

I'm yet to be advised of the official policy however.

 

 

yesterday morning on my local morning radio station they were discussing this and asking callers advice.

 

they pointed out that these were reported before the great new madrid quake also.

Fugazi - 


lol at this thread moved to conspiracy ground.



All those reports are from "legitimate" news sources.



Fucking coward mod.....


Seriously. the double standard is ludicrous.

What's funniest is that people pay to post here.

EVILYOSHIDA - 
Fugazi - 


lol at this thread moved to conspiracy ground.



All those reports are from "legitimate" news sources.



Fucking coward mod.....


Seriously. the double standard is ludicrous.

What's funniest is that people pay to post here.

I've only seen one other forum charge people to post, Metafilter.com, and that's only to keep trolls away from the site. This site is functionally worse than other forums yet you have to pay just to do simple things like post pictures.

Daddy Rorny Michael - 
EVILYOSHIDA - 
Fugazi - 


lol at this thread moved to conspiracy ground.



All those reports are from "legitimate" news sources.



Fucking coward mod.....


Seriously. the double standard is ludicrous.

What's funniest is that people pay to post here.

I've only seen one other forum charge people to post, Metafilter.com, and that's only to keep trolls away from the site. This site is functionally worse than other forums yet you have to pay just to do simple things like post pictures.

it used to be a good site. Honestly I loved it. Lots of diversity, lots of different opinions. it was a good community. I was attacked back then too, but it wasn't such an organized effort as it is now.

and the site literally breaks down every 4th or 5th click.