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The Sequoyah County Sheriff's Office has been flooded with over a hundred calls since Tuesday.
Residents from Tenkiller Lake to Roland have described hearing a mysterious blasting sound followed by a slight vibration everyday at noon.
Originally posted by Zerbst
I nearly fell out of my chair when I read your thread! I lost my home of 18 years to foreclosure about eighteen months ago. I have since been living in a loft/apartment I built in a commercial building that I own and operate my business from. For the past year or so I hear this rumbling sound similar to the way far off thunder sounds prior to a storm. It happens 2-3 times a night, every night, and can be heard from 10-11pm - 2-3am.
At first I thought it was thunder, but it was happening night after night and never was there a storm? Then I figured it was a train that runs a couple of blocks away, but I have compared it to the actual train going by and it wasn't even close? It's not wind or anything mechanical in the building. At this point I am shaking my head? Others have heard it as well, so I am not losing it.
Your underground theory is something I hadn't thought of and is definitely a possibility! I will be watching this thread regularly in hopes that it may shed some light on this strangeness. Thanks for starting this!
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Originally posted by jackx6949
that's weird.... i live in wagoner county, which is just east of Tulsa, right at noon i thought i heard thunder, walked outside to look and its a clear day. i heard a couple of muffled booms, walked in side, heard a couple more and then it stooped. very noticeable, windows rattled, ect...
then i see this post.