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Roughly a year after a series of bizarre rumbling was reported across the Magic Valley, similar incidents are being reported again in south-central Idaho and northern Nevada.
COLUMN: West Enders are Idaho's mysterious noise experts
You'd have a tough time convincing residents of Twin Falls County's West End that the recent late-night mystery noises aren't coming from the Air Force ... The eastern edge of the Idaho Training Range is only 40 miles from Castleford and Buhl, and a supersonic jet travels 40 miles in 3 minutes ...
So West Enders are accustomed to things that go bump - and go bump loudly - in the night ...
"Usually we hear the explosions when the air is humid and cold, thus transmitting sound easier," said Filer farmer Bill Bitzenburg ... "Many times in the summer you see flashes then hear nothing, because of the warm thin air" ...
In March 1997, a sonic boom was blamed for damaging the Castleford High School gym - $150,000 worth of damage ... The Air Force denied it was responsible and refused to pay compensation
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Thanks for your replies!
I wonder what kind of weapons they are tesing and if it is related?
Edit to fix quote, didn't work. Sorry.
[edit on 18-3-2009 by dodadoom]