Loud explosion in North Hollywood still a mystery, police say
The loud explosion that jolted North Hollywood on Tuesday night remained a mystery the next morning, authorities said. An officer at the Los Angeles Police Department's North Hollywood station said police searched the area for a half an hour Tuesday night but had no luck in determining what caused the sound. The officer said police received numerous calls about the noise.
Marblehead residents reported hearing a loud bang in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Salem and Marblehead police officers searched the area of Ocean Avenue early Saturday morning for evidence of what could have caused the large boom that prompted residents across the area to call 911. According to Sunday morning's Salem police log, At 1:34 a.m., police received multiple calls regarding a "loud bang" on Ocean Avenue. They were unable to locate the source.
Source of loud boom in Red Bank remains a mystery
LEXINGTON COUNTY, SC (WIS) - Residents of Red Bank in Lexington County appear to have gotten a loud awakening Thursday morning as multiple reports indicate a loud booming noise in the area. WIS News 10 viewers poured onto our Facebook page this morning to report the sound. "What was the horrific boom in the Redbank area," asked Lisa Russell Fields. "People are saying it sounded like a plane crash or explosion." "I also heard the "big boom" this morning. So did a lot of other people, it sounds like a close cannon or something and will shake the whole building/house," said Jennifer Lee Stokes Kleine. "Does anyone have a concrete explanation for the loud boom that shook houses in Lexington County around the Redbank/YMCA/Old Barnwell Road area this morning around 8:30 a.m.," said Mary Frances Henry Bell.
Mysterious booms in northern Utah remain unexplained
SALT LAKE CITY — Hundreds of people from Weber County to Utah County, and some as far north as Rock Springs, Wyoming reported that they felt shaking or heard loud booms Tuesday night around 9 p.m. The FOX 13 Newsroom received several calls from concerned citizens about the phenomena shortly after 9 p.m., but the cause remains a mystery. Experts at the seismology department at the University of Utah confirmed there was seismic activity measured just behind the Capitol building. “There are low-frequency signals that are usually from the atmosphere. The infra-sound network is most sensitive to signals that come from the atmosphere, so we think this was an above ground event,” said Katherine Whidden, research seismologist. “These can be airplanes that are breaking the sound barrier, they can be explosions or they can be storms.”
Originally posted by BurbGirl378
reply to post by chardonnay
Chardonnay, if you read back into the pages on this thread you will find some interesting theories. Oort Clouds, Solar magnetism, and I posted a few theoretical questions myself; like the fact that we keep pumping oil and water up creating an underground void so things are collapsing under the surface to fill the empty space. I heard a talk radio discussion about a theory that our atmosphere is collapsing and the Gov't is using HAARP to try to prop it back up. Wind Turbines? The thing is not everyone can hear this Hum.
Here is a link with a map of Strange Sounds that is being compiled. These sounds are different from the Hum, but just as mystifying. They seemed to have started right about the time I started hearing the Hum. So far no one has been hurt. Until there are actual injuries or casualties I'm sure information will be on a 'Need To Know' basis.
The Hum is annoying, and can be sickening. Low level noise in that spectrum can cause physical symptoms:
4 Possible Effects
4.1 As with any noise, reported effects include annoyance, stress, irritation, unease,
fatigue, headache, possible nausea and disturbed sleep.
Good Luck with section 6.1 >>>
6 Investigation procedure
6.1 The general investigating procedure, as with any noise investigation procedure,
should be to listen for the noise, measure the noise, assess the noise, locate the
source and where necessary take action to resolve the problem.
SO FAR NO ONE HAS CLAIMED TO KNOW THE SOURCEedit on 1-1-2013 by BurbGirl378 because: Edit
Sometimes low frequency noise seems more like vibration than noise and it can cause structural vibration. It has also been postulated that non-acoustic sources such as high intensity electromagnetic fields or radar microwaves may create for some people the illusion of low frequency noise.
Originally posted by aboriginee
reply to post by will615
I think it`s something with magnetism.
About one month ago we had a thunderstorm here in Germany where I live, about 60 kilometers from Frankfurt.
Okay, it was a week thunderstorm regarding thunders and storm.
But there were many, many lightnings, it lasted more than 3 hours.
Has anyone ever seen lightnings without thunder?
No, I dont mean the light of lightnings, that are far away. They happened just above my head!
Normally, when you see a lightning just above you, a very strong thunder follows at once.
But nothing happened! That went zack, zack, zack, every few seconds.
I called my husband, we`ve never seen something like that.
It was already night and therefore we didn`t want to wake up neighbours or friends.
But a friend of mine, she`lives in our village, told me about it later. She also called her husband, and they observed the lightnings, she did it for hours.
Okay, perhaps you don`t know, that people in villages in Germany normally tear down their roller blinds (are those the right words?) in the dawn.
But there was also nothing written about it in our regional newspapers or in the internet.
Originally posted by BurbGirl378
Call your local news channel and ask about it. You may feel uncomfortable, but the local news stations seem to be intelligence gathering sources for these sounds. WE BELIEVE YOU. This map hasn't been updated in a while.
World Wide Reports From YouTube
Of Mysterious, Unidentified Events
Strange Sounds Map