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Originally posted by lo_fye
reply to post by resistor
We might be wrong about Government underground bases, and possibly right about ET underground bases, or natural phenomena. Why? Because it's (apparently) been happening for over 150 years... but more about that in a moment.
You guys keep focussing on Sallisaw, but the 4029.com article mentioned 5 places (none of which were Sallisaw):
Sequoyah, Adair, & LeFlore counties in Oklahoma.
Crawford & Sebastian counties in Arkansas.
If you connect the dots, they seem to surround the Rocky Mountain area
Also of interest, do a Google search for "mystery boom", and you get a whole lot of interesting results.
This rense.com article describes mystery booms in North Carolina which cause doors & windows to shake, but not the houses themselves. The trick here is that these have been ongoing since the 1850s! Sonic booms & storms have been ruled out. www.rense.com...
Queensland Australia has been experiencing mystery booms for years at about 3:30pm, making their booms happen at roughly 11:30pm Oklahoma time.
It even brought up an old ATS thread about mystery booms, where LAES YVAN (United States Navy) suggested "they" were testing a sonic device which is used to generate earthquakes. www.abovetopsecret.com...
Here's a very extensive list of mystery booms across the United States (including Tennessee & Mississippi): worldnews2005.tripod.com...
It mentions one key story though...
"December 13, 2004: Associated Press - Mysterious S.C. booms now heard in N.C. -- A loud boom breaks the stillness on a clear day. There are no storms in the area, no jet aircraft flying by and no reports of earthquakes or explosions. The booms, heard from time to time in South Carolina and more recently, in North Carolina, are popularly known as Seneca Guns, a folk term for unexplained booms that have been noted along the East Coast for years. The name comes from Seneca Lake in upstate New York where the booms have been heard at least since the 1800s. "
So, we're apparently dealing with something called "Seneca Guns", which have been around longer than the technologies we'd use to produce such sounds.
More here: home.att.net...
And here: www.ynetnews.com...
And here: www.sott.net...
That last one contained this report, about Oklahoma!
"Several reports from last night, 2/2/99, at about 7:30p.m. the town of Elk City, Oklahoma, (100 miles w. of Oklahoma City) was rocked by a "Mystery Boom" similar to what has been reported in other locations recently.
I contacted the local police and they reported multiple phone calls from concerned citizens, all reporting windows being shaken and a loud booming sound. I was monitoring the area military aircraft bands at the time and I noted no unusual activities.
This report comes on the heals of last week's report of a sound described as being similar to a "rocket taking off" heard over a large area of western Oklahoma.
By coincidence, Elk City is 15 miles w. of the old SAC Air Force base, which is under consideration as a possible launching facility for NASA's new X-33 Space plane..."
Hope this helps.
It's my first ATS post, so I wanted it to be fruitful