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Originally posted by hadriana
I would just like to know what can rattle doors and windows and not move windchimes or porch swings.
Can anyone explain that to me?
I tend to think it was electromagnetic and it caused people to hallucinate/perceive danger, some more than others.
What's the most common danger we perceive that may or may not be there?
Someone is outside. "I thought someone was trying to get in with me." Home invasion.
Could be the good Lord(s) above trying to warn us that there is danger outside our homes. Who knows?
But I used to live overseas and heard sonic booms once a week or more, and they never made me think someone was trying to get in the house.
Originally posted by rocksarerocks
I am in SoCal and I felt nothing last night at 9:30pm and my house didn't shake or I would have felt it.
Originally posted by Icarus Rising
9am here in SoCal this morning and we had another window rattler. No ground movement as in a quake, but definitely some type of pressure wave as if from a blast over-pressure. Anybody else feel it? I'm in Southwest Riverside County. The event seemed to be moving from west to east.
947am here and we just had another one. I think it may be explosive ordinance (bombs or artillery) being used for training at Camp Pendleton just over the hills to the west. If so it is big, bunker buster type of stuff, because the pressure wave is significant, though not accompanied by any real loud noise.
Just had another event here at about 123pm. More of a boom this time and less of a rattle. A couple minutes later I heard a jet go by in the near distance.
The mystery has spurred its share of conspiracy theories. On the Sentinel Web site, readers comments suggested the boom was E.T.'s return, an intercontinental missile that North Korea, or test runs of new, secret U.S. Navy jets.