posted on Apr, 6 2010 @ 05:02 PM
I have lived in California my entire life and I have felt many earthquakes. But, the Baja quake was the first time that I felt "very" dizzy and
disoriented about 30 hours before it occurred. I woke up Saturday morning to play golf, and I was worried about not being able to swing without
falling over. It was very intense for the first few hours of the day(and, my score reflected this, haha), but it lessened over the course of the
As far as I know, this has never happened to me before. Or, at least, I have never noticed it before. But, I live about 100 miles away from the
epicenter, and this is one of the biggest quakes (7.2) that I have felt, and been this close to. So, maybe the proximity has something to do with it?
I don't know.
I did not notice any overly bothersome high pitched sounds, though. Or, at least, no more than the normal "ear static".
btw- I just found this site today by doing a search to find out if anyone else could feel this 'vertigo'. It's nice to know that I'm not alone.