Mysterious loud booms and shaking are reported regularly by people all over the world. December was a busy month for mysterious loud booms, and January 2013 continues in December's footsteps. An intensified earth wobble has a lot to do with it, as the USGS LISS heliplots indicate.
In January, mysterious loud booms in the USA were heard in Pascagoula, Mississippi; Corbin and Notonville, Kentucky; and Gorham, New York. The official list of “excuses” (eh, reasons) for this unusual activity includes:
- We have no idea what it was . . . it wasn’t us!
- The response to the same question the next day “Yes, of course, it was us!”
- We were shooting propane cannons at seagulls in the dump at night . . . okay
- Rock quarry blasts where no blasting is done
- Earthquakes USGS claims did not happen. "Don't know what it was but it wasn't a quake."
- Sonic booms from supersonic flights – at all hours of the day and night over populated areas
- Companies blowing up old munitions they didn't even know they had – huh? and well after midnight
And the beat goes on. Take your pick or add a few explanations of your own. The list of loud mysterious booms for January includes:
(Jan 13) New York Mysterious booms puzzle Gorham residents
According to Erinn Cain of the Messenger Post, on Sunday evening, Jan 13, 2013, around 6 p.m., Gorham resident Gabe Cinquegrana was watching a football game at home when he heard what he described as a “huge boom,” and felt the house shake. He says it was loud enough to be heard over the sounds of the television. A few minutes later, he heard another boom. His reaction was to look out the windows for an explosion. He saw nothing. His neighbor, Janet Koller was reading in her family room. Her sister was upstairs. They both heard the loud, explosion-like sounds that shook the house, and like Cinquegrana, rushed to windows to see what had happened.
Don DeSmith, Chief Deputy of the Ontario County Sheriff’s Office said they received several calls from residents in the area about the booms. Sheriff’s patrols and fire personnel responded to the area, but found no evidence of anything that would have caused the booms on the ground, and for that reason they "assume" the sounds may have come from the air.
(Jan 14) Loud booms in Nortonville, Kentucky
According to The Messenger, state officials are investigating a series of mysterious loud booms in southern Hopkins County. Residents living just south of Nortonville say the blasts are damaging homes in the area and put the blame on Donovan Commercial Industries. Shane Cavanaugh, who lives near the plant, told The Messenger he's seen dishes shaking and picture frames falling from his walls. He has also noticed cracks in some of his drywall. According to Cavanaugh, things happen to houses occasionally, but “for cracks to be coming into your sheet rock – several cracks within weeks – something is wrong." Linda Potter, spokesperson for the state Department for Natural Resources, says, ". . . they will determine where it is coming from, then figure out what to do about it."
(Jan 16) Loud booms heard in Pascagoula, Mississippi, not related to industry
According to the Mississippi Press, Pascagoula Police Chief Kenny Johnson says that a series of booms that rattled Pascagoula Wednesday afternoon was not related to any of Jackson County's industries and was likely sonic boom from military exercises. Johnson said. "We were flooded with calls. We had several calls explaining there was an explosion at Halter Marine, but we've been able to confirm with all of our industries that nobody had an explosion. It was a series of booms that sounded out over the Gulf. It's not unusual for us to get those when they are doing exercises out there. I can't confirm that, but I can confirm that it wasn't any of our industries. Everything is OK."
(Jan 21-23) Mysterious loud booms in Montana
According to the Great Falls News, mysterious loud booms were reported most the week throughout the Great Falls community. Officials confirmed that Security Forces Tactical Response Force conducted "Explosive Detonation Training" on Wednesday, Jan 23 until 4 p.m. at Malmstrom Air Force Base. The spokesperson said that the training is not responsible for the loud booms heard earlier this week and does not have any explanation for them.
(Jan 23) Mysterious booms in Corbin, Kentucky, officials stumped
According to The Times-Tribune, loud booms heard in the Corbin area around midday on Wednesday, Jan. 23, have been described as an explosion, an earthquake, a thunder roll, and even as a car crash. Some residents felt one tremor, while others felt two, and another felt three violent shakes. The widespread tremors were felt in Whitley, Laurel, Knox, and McCreary Counties. One person said dishes fell into her sink and the coffee pot broke away from the refrigerator. Even though the ground shook in parts of southern and eastern Kentucky, the University of Kentucky Geological Survey officials say it was not an earthquake.
What is the cause of the mysterious loud booms and shaking?
Maybe these mysterious loud booms are not so mysterious after all. Many people know what's causing them, but they prefer to keep it to themselves - knowledge is power. Planet X (Nibiru) is very close now and tightening its grip on Planet Earth. As Earth attempts to escape its choke-hold, it is being stretched and pulled apart in stretch zone areas, often with resultant loud booms.
When a fault-line moves, you get an earthquake, but when earth pulls apart, you get loud booms and shaking. For those living in stretch zones and hearing these loud booms, it might be wise to keep an eye on your house and the surrounding area for suddenly appearing cracks and sinkholes.
So there you have it. Many of the mysterious loud booms being heard and the shaking being felt are the result of the tug-of-war between Planet X and Earth. The mysterious loud booms will most likely continue until the Pole Shift, but the cause will probably “remain unknown.”
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