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Strange rumble in the sky

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posted on May, 9 2009 @ 01:36 PM
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Hmmm, I do remember hearing thunder here in Indiana...didn't think anything of it at the time, due to all the storms we've been having.

For the person who asked if there are any bases nearby, there is one-Grissom Air Reserve Base, outside of Kokomo.

A few years ago, we did have a black helicopter fly over our house, door open, and you could see the military folks inside, in full uniform. Not sure why they chose our neighborhood, but heck, I was also worried at the time about being recalled back into the military for the Iraq war! A couple of weeks later, we had I believe it was a KC-135 flying low over our steet, but I assumed it was training for the air show they were to have that weekend.




posted on May, 9 2009 @ 01:37 PM
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I live in Mo and the amount of lighting and thunder over the last serveral days since May 7th is the loudest I have ever felt or seen, my house shook for hours and I even recorded some of the unbelievable sights and sounds so I hear your concern hopefully the next couple of nights will get better



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 04:06 PM
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I am residing in BC Canada, the south western area close to the border, about 2 hrs north of Seattle.
I am enthused that some poster actually reported this phenomenon because about middle of March I had an obligation to assist my friend move their belongings from one side on the suburbs to another suburb in Vancouver. Well we were finished unpacked the boxes and stuff off the truck by two and settled in for a beer and pizza, after a couple hours I had to get home but just before that at about 6 pm there was as stated by a previous poster a tremendous, humongo forceful roar of a frequency that I initially thought was a low flying bowing or whatever large crafts leave the nearby international airport,but the sound maintained a steady roar and didn't give the sense of moving at a great speed in concordance of the resonance sound emitted. It was so loud that we stepped outside and the sound was exponentially louder outside on the deck which faces east. The airport was on the otherside of the building to the south west and the sound was from the north to north east. After about thirty seconds of debating we concluded it was the storm of the century, but to which it only lasted up to 2 minutes. *EDIT* through out the day the weather was at 10 am overcast 12 pm it started snowing, 5 pm it was breaking in the clouds to the west and dark clouds east; at the time of the rumbling there were gold rain drops falling from the light from the west. quite an aweing experience if I may say.
Maybe Jesus Farted

[edit on 9-5-2009 by mannapolie]



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 07:10 PM
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Thanks for the welcome! I was anxious to see if anyone responded to my post
There is only one old and very large automobile factory buts its been shut down since I want to say August 2008.



posted on May, 9 2009 @ 07:51 PM
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Would make sense to cover the skies simply due to the fact I have seen strange unidentified things in the skies as of recently. Started around the same time the sonic boom happened in Kokomo (featured on UFO Hunters). I was living in Noblesville at the time (close to kokomo) and remember seeing something in the skies around the time all that went down. It was over was of those limestone digging sites and was extremely low to the ground and was in motion moving very slowly, it was not very big, and had large lights and one was a spotlight going over the ground. Too small to be any conventional aircraft I know of and way too low to the ground. Other than that I've seen things very far up in the skies since then.. twice to be exact. One was actually the other day during daylight..it was small metallic and at first wasnt sure if it was just my eyes playing tricks on me or what but finally I got my eyes focused on it, I pulled my car over to the side of the country road I was on and put on my hazard lights to take a better look at it. Its flight was erratic in nature. In addition to that, there was one other instance this past winter at night, I even had binoculars out and had my dad take a look at it. It was so far away but with the binoculars you could see there were several lights of different colors flashing. It always stayed in the same place. Dad said that he thought he heard somewhere on tv there was suppose to be some sort of nebula in the sky at that time?? However, I never saw that story anywhere.

With all of that said though, all I can say it was unidentified and I still take into account theres a possibility it could be in my head or my eyes playing tricks.. the only reason i say this is because these sightings occurred after i started researching and becoming very interested in the subject, almost to a point of a personal obsession for a period time and its not something thats easily shared with friends or family members as I'm sure you all must know alot about as well but thats a whole other conversation in and of itself.

Hope I didnt go too far off subject!



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 01:37 AM
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Originally posted by Brandon Levon
Did anybody hear the strange rumble that was going across the sky just a few minutes ago? It was heading west from Indiana toward Illinois. If it was thunder, it was like none I have ever heard before.

I would say it lasted for over 5 minutes at a steady rate as it traveled toward an area occupied by someone I know about twenty five minutes away. After talking to them, they claimed it did the same thing as it passed over them.


[edit on 8-5-2009 by Brandon Levon]


WOW I HEARD IT TOOO!!!

Im in arlington heights illinois.

It sounded almost like a sonic boom, louder than thunder. I looked in the sky right away and saw nothing...

I hope the op sees my post because I did hear it. I wanted to post it on here but was too tired.



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 04:37 AM
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I just thought that I would let you know that I have not been paying attention to the skies lately but since your post, I have been in contact with several people that have. They made the same claim that you did, and when I asked where these patterns were seen the most, they all agreed that it was above the area of town with the most people. They all agreed that these patterns have been seen a lot above the south end of town over the area most concentrated with restraints, various stores, the Mall, places where you would find most of the families on a daily basis.



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 04:45 AM
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No, you have not gone too far off of topic, and I am sure there is a category here for anything you may have ever thought was strange.

Thank you for the post.



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 04:49 AM
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Yes, it was definitely something that made you wonder if it should be posted or not. I myself have never heard anything like it ever before.



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 05:05 AM
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Originally posted by NoRegretsEver
reply to post by Brandon Levon
 


I live in Mo and the amount of lighting and thunder over the last serveral days since May 7th is the loudest I have ever felt or seen, my house shook for hours and I even recorded some of the unbelievable sights and sounds so I hear your concern hopefully the next couple of nights will get better


I have been noticing that, along with the excessive wind. It was thundering the other night and I first thought it was a plane, but it never got louder or quieter, but the thunder does seem to be rumbling for a long time each time. Maybe it's not thunder? Either way, there are alot of strange things going on in the atmosphere right now.



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 06:34 AM
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It could be the US airforce testing a new "invisible" aircraft, just a thought. Anyone tried to map the apperance of the thunder/sound to known airbases in the US ? Yes i know those aircraft can cover some huge distance but not for that long at supersonic speed. /Cheers.



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 10:05 AM
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WOW I HEARD IT TOOO!!!

Im in arlington heights illinois.

It sounded almost like a sonic boom, louder than thunder. I looked in the sky right away and saw nothing...

I hope the op sees my post because I did hear it. I wanted to post it on here but was too tired.


That is fitting the profile of the rumbling I heard. a Rolling sonic boom that which could easily been mistaken for a jet engine due to the duration of the noise. you heard this last night. I am starting to wonder why the NEWS hasn't covered this I wondered this from the time I heard this. Has the NEWS covered this topic/phenomenon in your area, if so can you post a link I am getting a thunder boner on this topic. so to speak


Originally posted by reugen
It could be the US airforce testing a new "invisible" aircraft, just a thought. Anyone tried to map the apperance of the thunder/sound to known airbases in the US ? Yes i know those aircraft can cover some huge distance but not for that long at supersonic speed. /Cheers.


I can tell you that there is no UAF base anywhere near, nor a CAF base in the vicinity on a 100 km from here. The nearest is probaby in sourthern California about 800 or more miles away

[edit on 10-5-2009 by mannapolie]



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 10:52 AM
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unexplained rumble plagues my neighborhood to and theres nothing in the sky but floor and windows rattle happens several times a month i dont have any idea what it could be but there are some unmarked factory/buildings with high fences around them just a couple of miles away



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 11:07 AM
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A very common source of long lasting, very loud but apparently inexplicable noises are power stations. Specifically coal fired power stations which operate high pressure steam turbines. Every so often, safety regulations require these facilities to test the high pressure safety valves. This causes an enormous racket, unlike anything most people are familiar with. Steam at several thousand psi is released into the atmospher creating a rumbling noise that can be heard for miles. This noise can last up to half an hour. If anyone ver hears such a noise, the first thing I would ask is, is there a power station within five miles?

WG3



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 11:14 AM
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Originally posted by waveguide3
A very common source of long lasting, very loud but apparently inexplicable noises are power stations. Specifically coal fired power stations which operate high pressure steam turbines. Every so often, safety regulations require these facilities to test the high pressure safety valves. This causes an enormous racket, unlike anything most people are familiar with. Steam at several thousand psi is released into the atmospher creating a rumbling noise that can be heard for miles. This noise can last up to half an hour. If anyone ver hears such a noise, the first thing I would ask is, is there a power station within five miles?

WG3



We run off of hydro power, the area this happend in; was over a residential area of town



posted on May, 10 2009 @ 11:04 PM
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Originally posted by beautyfrompain
This reminds me of the one time I was in Montreal and I went outside because it sounded like we were getting a storm. Turns out it was a beautiful night with no lightning or rain. We heard consistant [think thunder that doesn't end at all] for about an hour.
I started to panic a little thinking it was some kind of explosion.


I love thunder, I wish I could hear one for an hour. I found this video of a thunderstorm in Arizona, the guy recording it says the thunder has been constant for 20 minutes, and in the info section he says it lasted over 40 minutes. I definitely have never seen anything like that in my life:

www.youtube.com...



posted on May, 16 2009 @ 11:54 AM
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I don't see how that is relevant to the topic at hand ~leto~ this was a rumble/roar
not some freak lighting storm



posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 01:08 AM
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posted on Jul, 1 2009 @ 12:43 AM
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If storms were nearby it could have been "hail roar" believed to be from hailstones colliding with each other within the storm. It also could have been caused from constant anvil lighting way up in the storm. I have heard it before and it is a constant rumble unlike a normal clap of thunder.

An example of "hail roar" www.youtube.com...



posted on Jul, 1 2009 @ 12:44 AM
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Friday night i decided to stay in to catch up on so much needed sleep. just passed 11:30 pm i was laying with my eyes closed and burried under pilllows trying to sleep. suddenly an unknown bright light nearly blinded me. In a split second a brillant flash of light came from all directions cutting right through the cotton pillow. All the night sky apeared brighter then a summer morning. I got up to look out the window but was unable to see a single star or the moon in the bright night sky. The end of the world i thought to myself. My face felt burned like i was in the sun for to many hours. As gentle as i could i wiped my sore burning face just begining to feel the heat arround me increase steadily. Dusty clouds of smoke and ash littered the entire view outside my window, unable to make out any building to south where the downtown area of the city was just acrossed the river. I went outside barely able to see the ground i decide to go to climb a hill to get a better view. The hill looked like it was cut out of stone sharp blades of grey grass blanketed in a thin layer of ash. when i reached the top of the hill below me on the other side was a field. Much diffrent from all else arround me I was dumbstruck by Green trees the last patch of green i could see for miles and miles. A loud Boom and another bright light flashed from the distance behind me, blinding me from seeing anything at all. when the flash ended in the field below me the trees green less then two seconds before were now were black. Smoke rose from the charred stumps towards the sky. acres and acres of woods and suburban homes burned to the ground in just a split second. The heat becoming more then i could take caused me to lay down on the ground where the air was much cooler. Laying on a wet hillside watching animals with smoldering fur and searing flesh crawl out from the woods most dying while they search through an ash covered field despritly longing for water. Any water was burried under rubble and soot. the beautiful death all arround me was just what i needed to see.


The Fear of dying was not enough to stop me from laughing. The end the beautiful end I thought as i watched the world come to an end. Finally the crimanals that told me how to think endlessly bitching at me for not being what they wanted me to be would see that all the time they wasted trying to fit into a small box called society was wasted time that could never be made up now. Looking out i could not see one star bucks, this gave me eurphoria. No more shopping malls, no more politics, no more religion, no more wars., All my reasons to be angry seemed to just disapear. The endless routine of american consumerism was at an end, All i could do was cheer. The things i would miss were inconsequential. Comfort came from the fact all the evil and false pious people would feel the same wrath. please let this be the end i asked looking up towards the sky. I scribbled the events just after the first flash with a rock into a piece of charred wood on the ground by me. I explained what was happening as they were known to me followed by the words I have secretly always wanted this, with hope Maybe someday a race of people will find this and know that corruption and consumption lead humanity to its brink. A bright fog formed in the air over the field. The warm poisonous air filled my lungs making me want a cigarette more then I ever had. Orange haze filled the sky above me then spread like a spilled drink into the backdrop killing everything left alive. Just passed midnight and I was able to see what is best explained as the sun exploding into billions and billions of basketball sized orange rain drops buring all the good and green left in the sick world. I noticed that the back of my shirt was getting wet. a hot liquid filled the air and ground like the earth was crying. now standing my feet absorbed the moisture from the ground burning the skin on my feet decieving me with thoughts of flight. I lit my last cigarette and smiled as I watched it all come to an end



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