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Rumbling noise being heard around the here...

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posted on May, 31 2015 @ 04:39 PM
I hear the rumbling all the time in Chico, Ca. I always update my wife in it when I hear it. I always think maybe it's tremors for an earthquake but nothing ever happens. It's strange though. I wonder what it is.

posted on Jun, 26 2015 @ 12:01 AM
Heard in Northern New Jersey, 12-12:20 am, June 26th.

posted on Jul, 17 2015 @ 04:10 AM
Back on May 29th,Memorial Day weekend, 2010, my wife and I went halibut fishing in prince Williams Sound here in Alaska. We paid for a charter that took us out to this area called Smith Island.

The fishing was unbelievable for the first couple hours. The sky was clear and blue almost no cloud in the sky. Water was like glass.

When the fishing died down we were Talking when we started hearing this sound at about 9am.

The sound grew over 2 or 3 minutes into an incredible jet-engine sounding roar that we could feel In the boat and in our chests. It was as if a jet engine was a like 100 yards away but nothing was there. No other boats, no visible aircraft, nothing. The entire event lasted about 6-7 minutes I'd say.

This noise definitely came from the sky. We were on the southeast side of smith island and the roar was coming from the west.

The captain said he had never heard it before in the six years he had been running the charter. It was so loud and rumbling we were looking across the water thinking a wall of water was coming but nothing happened and the water remained completely flat.

From the time we started hearing what sounded like a high flying passenger jet to when we heard the incredible thundering road sound was about 2-3 minutes. The roar sound built up and then faded in the period of about 1-1.5 minutes.

Another thing is that it appeared to be moving slightly in the western sky from south to north.

We looked for aircraft but saw nothing. One thing I remember..

The build up occurred in a slow and steady way. The fade out occurred more rapidly and had these loud popping or clapping sounds along with it during the fade out.

It is one of the strangest things I've ever experienced. There were five people on the boat but no one could explain it and we had two biologists on the boat even. They were as perplexed as we were.

We discussed the possibility of it being a classified aircraft but to me that doesn't make sense. I can't stress enough the intensity of the sound. I felt like my entire body was vibrating and it was right on the borderline of being so loud you would need hearing protection ( I'm ex Air Force).

In my time in the air force I experienced just about every aircraft in service but nothing would even come close to how loud this was. I used to work on the flight line too so I know how loud these aircraft can get.

I told my wife I would talk about it on ATS.

I think I've posted about it previously but I think its a worthy addition to this thread.

I had a similar experience in talala ,northeastern Oklahoma, in 1994. My friend saw a spark in the sky through a window out of the corner of his eye. This was 11am in summer. Few clouds In the sky. Suddenly there was a loud roar and the house shook. Things started falling off shelves and we thought the windows were going to explode.

This event was much more short lived - about 3 minutes. Went across the street to my grandparents house about 500 feet away. They had been up since 7am and didn't experience anything. No loud noises and no shaking.


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posted on Oct, 6 2015 @ 10:52 PM
I joined this site just to respond to this thread. My experience happened in central Missouri, out in the sticks. I am posting this about an hour and 15 minutes after it occurred. It started while I was in a room with a window facing the front of my house. I heard a low rumbling sound that to the best of my ability I could only identify as thunder. I went to the back door to look outside for lightning and couldn't see anything. When I opened the large door and was looking at the screen door, I had this odd feeling come over me and I felt scared. I'm not the type of person to get scared easily but my gut had the feeling that something wasn't right. I turned on my back porch light and looked around my yard, I couldn't see anything and my dogs were clicking their nails on the linoleum so I couldn't hear the rumbling clearly. I turned off the light and stepped outside and I could hear the rumbling clearly. Almost completely constant except a short pause here and there. The oddest part was that I could feel the rumbling in my chest. The sky was partly cloudy and I thought maybe it could be planes flying overhead but the sound stayed the same and constant and I could see no trace of planes. I thought maybe a storm was moving in far off and I just couldn't see the lightning so I went inside to check the radar on my computer. Looking online I could see there was no storm close to me and nothing on the radar in my whole state. I checked the earthquake tracker. The most recent earthquake was almost a half an hour before the sound started and out in the pacific. I figured it wouldn't have been felt in central Missouri let alone heard. If anyone has experienced this please tell me, I haven't heard it since and I just want to make sure I'm not going nuts. *edit* I think I should mention also that I went back outside after I looked online for weather and earthquakes and the sound had stopped.
edit on 6-10-2015 by aliceinmissouri because: I forgot a piece of information

posted on Jan, 3 2016 @ 12:15 AM
Speaking of rumblings, prior to these noises something just dropped out of vietnam's skies. Can anyone get a confirmation on what is this? This was also reported in local news

posted on Jan, 3 2016 @ 01:47 AM
Hydrazine tanks, just as the Reddit says. a reply to: PoppyMoppy

posted on Jan, 5 2016 @ 02:56 AM
I heard something tonight that sounded like thunder. It's too cold for that and no storms are around.
I was thinking of possibilities.
1. a truck had something rolling on it that made a rumble.
2. maybe something else, not identified.
3. maybe some top secret aircraft using so called pulse technology or some other secret propulsion that sounds like thunder.

Since this is ATS, it must be some secret tech. It wouldn't be worth mentioning if it was ordinary thunder would it? I really have no idea what caused the rumble. It wasn't real loud. I just have good hearing.

posted on Feb, 22 2016 @ 04:38 AM
link Ol

Just another report
Does seem strange but then why do we as humans assume we have an answer for everything

posted on May, 30 2016 @ 08:43 PM
I cant possibly review the entire thread...

But here in the Tampa Bay area this is extremely common, as you see we have the MacDill AFB here and the jets are the typical culprit. One time, many years ago after first moving to the general area, the entire block was shaking and rumbling. I thought 'this is it the nukes went off the walls are going to come blasting in any second'... but after like a minute I finally went outside and everybody else next doors was doing the same. It was wild! Eventually decided it had to have been a B52 up there over the cloud cover in the dark.

Now that I live in the South Shore area of the bay, military aircraft sightings are common. I see fighter jets, AWACS, transports, and various other military / Coast Guard aircraft. I had 2 f18's fly in formation straight across overhead recently, not too high up either, and they did the full sonic boom. They're not actually supposed to boom over populated areas, and for GOOD reason its LOUD (I'm talking the kind of 'loud' that you FEEL through your entire skin surface), but its semi-rural here and boys will be boys. Honestly it's pretty cool, unless it were like all the time.

Commercial jumbo jets also have a bit of this capability not even hitting sonic boom speeds, although they dont often work their machines like that in general let alone over cities.

SO what I'm saying is if its too dark / cloudy to see whats going on up there then it's probably just aircraft, but now if its a nice clear day out and not a jet in sight then perhaps oh noes...

PS: Earth moving equipment can cause it too. A couple years ago, when I lived in the city, and they were working on the highway, at night there were a few times at night I had the 'woah' feeling as the machines weren't immediately adjacent to my position, but alas they weren't but a half mile away or something like that so in all screaming likelihood it was just the construction stuff.
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posted on May, 30 2016 @ 10:09 PM
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