posted on Sep, 26 2016 @ 05:15 PM
HUNDREDS of Queenslanders have reported seeing “a flash of light” in the sky followed by a “tremor” last night.
Police received multiple calls from residents in the Gladstone area, in central Queensland, reporting their houses shaking in what was initially
believed to be an earthquake.
But Geoscience Australia has since officially ruled out an earthquake.
There were reports as far south as the Sunshine Coast, with one Nambour man saying he heard a loud noise and a flash of light just before 8.30pm.
Lanky Jones said the light was very bright and it appeared as though an object was burning up in the sky.
“It sounded a lot like a sonic boom, which would make sense if something was travelling too fast into the atmosphere,” he said.
“I don’t know what it was, whether a meteorite or piece of space junk. I didn’t feel the tremor but the sound suggests something came down to
“It’s definitely not something you see every day.”
Higgins Storm Chasing crew said they received reports of a bright flash of light by hundreds of people.
“The light was seen as far south as Hervey Bay and as far north as Yepoon with a tremor being felt upon impact over the general Gladstone area and
Boyne Island,” the group said in a Facebook post.
So, my fellow friends. Someone out there must follow what enters the atmosphere on ATS? Anything else reported further to this at
edit on 26-9-2016 by CaptainBeno because: text
edit on 26-9-2016 by CaptainBeno
because: link fixed