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Mysterious Rumble Vexes Sequoyah County

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posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:07 PM
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I'd say that it's most likely sonic booms. I experienced one while at a job in Lubbock, tx. I was working in a free standing office inside a warehouse when there was the 'boom' sound, then everything shook. It took me a few seconds to get outside, but there was no aircraft to be seen, no engine sound, etc... I spent some time in the AF, have heard sonic booms before, but there was always an engine sound afterward. Also, you could always spot the aircraft. It was strange. My boss said that it was probably flying too high to be seen, but like all pressure waves it falls off at a cube. Last time I heard a boom that loud was from an f15 flying at tree-top level, and I was about 100 feet away from where it passed at the time.

To this day, I'm not convinced that what caused that sonic boom was what we would consider a conventional aircraft.




posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:11 PM
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There are a few military bases in OK Ft. Sill and Ft. Gibson. (Supposes that has already been covered probably)...

Anyhow, there really isn't much telling. The nuclear reclamation thing is probably the cause, I'd guess.

I live near there also, just to the northeast of there a ways up in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I'll start looking into it, also.



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:15 PM
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Actually, Oklahoma has a great deal of military history. We also have one of the largest air force bases, Tinker AFB, in Midwest City. Also the main FAA training facility/school is on the west side of Oklahoma City/Mustang area. But still none of these places are near where this is taking place. Strange people here, stranger events...



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:18 PM
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www.4029tv.com... This is our local news outlet. The link is to a video surrounding the events. A bunch of 911 calls are linked to this. One man claims the rumblings are isolated in an area SOUTH of Sallisaw.



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:22 PM
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Things of interest to the South of Sallisaw?

Not much really. Spiro is down that way. The Native Americans built some really impressive mounds in Spiro. Something cool for people to look at who may be in that area. Umm... The Federal Government owns that land also. Further down and a little East of there is Heavener. You can go there to see the Heavener Runestones, which give proof of Nordic settlers that predated Columbus into this area by hundreds of years...

Fort Gibson is off to the NorthWest of Sallisaw, and that is where I thought you would get your answer.

4029 is doing another segment on it tonight at 10. I'll watch it.

Also, I may just drive over there tomorrow.

PS - Oh, there is also the Robert S. Kerr Resevoir directly south of there.

PSS - On the subject of potential "secret" military bases in the area, I have always heard of one located in Jay, Oklahoma. But that is north of the area in question by a good little jog. There is reported underground activity in this area.
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posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:25 PM
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Okay, looked around, and found this...

Booms are bombs



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:29 PM
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Well, I can't really account for the Weather patterns over the last few days, but I know that the cold front that just moved in is really shallow... We've had some wicked weather lately. Saw some sun dogs over the last few days...

Dense atmosphere I guess.

Mystery solved. I guess I'll be cancelling the trip into the wastelands of Oklahoma, then.


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posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:33 PM
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Originally posted by Jay-in-AR
www.4029tv.com... This is our local news outlet. The link is to a video surrounding the events. A bunch of 911 calls are linked to this. One man claims the rumblings are isolated in an area SOUTH of Sallisaw.


that was the link in the initial OP hehe. would be nice if we could find another news source with the story!



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:37 PM
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Originally posted by Jay-in-AR
Things of interest to the South of Sallisaw?

Not much really. Spiro is down that way. The Native Americans built some really impressive mounds in Spiro. Something cool for people to look at who may be in that area. Umm... The Federal Government owns that land also. Further down and a little East of there is Heavener. You can go there to see the Heavener Runestones, which give proof of Nordic settlers that predated Columbus into this area by hundreds of years...

Fort Gibson is off to the NorthWest of Sallisaw, and that is where I thought you would get your answer.

4029 is doing another segment on it tonight at 10. I'll watch it.

Also, I may just drive over there tomorrow.

PS - Oh, there is also the Robert S. Kerr Resevoir directly south of there.

PSS - On the subject of potential "secret" military bases in the area, I have always heard of one located in Jay, Oklahoma. But that is north of the area in question by a good little jog. There is reported underground activity in this area.


would still be cool if you could kinda check it out. That sounds like a typical military response to unknown phenom. If they have been setting off bombs there for 50 years why all of a sudden are people noticing it now..... I'm not sure I buy that explanation. Anyone else?

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posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:42 PM
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I don't think you'll find too much other than the story out of McAllister. 4029 covers a pretty large area around these parts.

I'll hear more tonight at 10. If this 'bomb disposal' story is true, they'll state as much. If they maintain that the rumblings are still mysterious, I may just go over and check it out.

You're right, it does sound like a typical military response. If they WERE doing anything they didn't want you to know about, they would give a mundane excuse. However, if it IS the military, I doubt I'd be able to find out anything anyhow.

McAllister is quite a ways from an area "south of sallisaw"... That IS a long ways for a sound to carry through the atmosphere, me thinks. AND, as they said, it is still mysterious why people are just hearing it now after 50 years.
I'll keep an ear open.



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 07:56 PM
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Thanks ChadBOT3000 for finding this. It puts a new twist on the whole topic in my mind. As I said above to Jay... it sounds like the typical military response to a mysterious event. Will be interesting to see how this progresses or if it does at all. The local news station will probably report tonight that the mystery has been solved and the subject will be dropped. Hopefully someone in the area will continue to speak up on the matter to keep it going.



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 08:05 PM
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So does this have anything to do with the new fault line found which runs through Arkansas?


Just sayin...



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 08:15 PM
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Nah, not at all.

Little Rock is more than 250 miles from there.
If those rumblings had anything to do with that new fault, I would be feeling large quakes by now.



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 08:20 PM
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Originally posted by HunkaHunka
So does this have anything to do with the new fault line found which runs through Arkansas?


Just sayin...


also USGS stated that there was no seismic activity in the area. So that would rule out earthquake.

I found a map of the area with the most reported incidents on it... i am looking to see where that 'facility' is that is supposedly setting off these bombs between 11 and 1 everyday for 50 years is
in relation to the calls to authorities. will post when i have it.



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 08:23 PM
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Originally posted by SleeplessInUS

Another point of interest, it started the day our new president took office. Unrelated? maybe.... just a point of interest


Your thoughts?





It's the side effects of hell freezing over



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 08:38 PM
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This report www.sequoyahcountytimes.com... &widget=push&instance=top_story&open=&

claims it is the Army disposing of old bombs?...



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 08:43 PM
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I've been hearing this since last summer. Today was no different, it started around 11:20am ended around noon. I figured it was the national guard having training exercises or something like that. But now I'm beginning to get curious, now that its getting so much attention.



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 08:45 PM
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Originally posted by Soboro

Originally posted by SleeplessInUS

Another point of interest, it started the day our new president took office. Unrelated? maybe.... just a point of interest


Your thoughts?





It's the side effects of hell freezing over


Well the Cardinals are going to the super bowl wouldn't be surprised...

ANYWAYS,

In regards to the factual statements of the sounds of "muffled explosions" always at the same time it would be with full 100% certainty that the sounds are sonic booms.

Try to scan the web for military bases within a few hundred miles of the area.

Sonic booms can be long range and very loud, also have been known to crack and shake windows/houses.



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 08:50 PM
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yes... we got that report already. Im not buying it and here is why.




Look at where McAlestar is in relation to the reports of the sounds/tremors. It doesnt make sense to me that it would be felt in that area and not near McAlestar. Would make more sense if it was something going on underground perhaps at Fort Smith. I also noted the location of SFC on the map since we brought that into the thread a couple pages back. Anyone else think the "explanation" doesnt hold water? Now I cant verify the area of reports as I 'found' that map on another forum site (this story has been posted all over the place after I posted it here!) but even unverified... this is the general area of the reports according to the news station.



posted on Jan, 23 2009 @ 08:51 PM
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Question... If this is underground tunneling/ bases, where is all the dirt/ rocks, debris going? How is it leaving the area? Wouldn't there be train cars or something full of dirt? Or do the aliens leave with it in their pockets?

Show me the dirt piles, please.



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