posted on Jan, 13 2015 @ 10:34 AM
a reply to: Cinrad
I know it isn't Australia, but I live in southeastern Wisconsin. Last year during the winter we were experiencing some 'snow quakes' due to snow
melting and making booming sounds. But it basically sounds like a boom and then that's it. Not that big of a deal.
Well, late one night around that time of year I was sitting up reading some ATS and it was 3:22 am I believe. I'm in the basement of my fiance's
house at the time. All of a sudden I hear and feel this low rumbling roar of a sound that to my horror grows closer and closer. In my imagination I
was seeing something like a meteor, a bomb, a fireball, a missile, something big whizzing by. Well, the sound gets louder and louder and the ground is
literally rumbling. It doesn't feel like it's coming from deep in the earth but instead like it's caused by something flying above it.
The sound and grumble reach their apex and it's almost like they're outside the window but I know that it must not be. It passes by the house and I
hear the noise and feel the rumble receding into the distance.
The whole thing lasts about a minute tops. It might have been shorter than that. It felt like a long time when I was listening to the noise and
freaking out wondering what the heck it could be.
I still don't know what it was but I'm assuming it was a sonic boom. It was loud. The cadence was similar to a train but not quite.
Idk if it's the same thing or not but here's hoping