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"All we know is that there's a large concentration of people's homes shaking, violently, along Lake Avenue," Brugger said. He said the one resident says the sounds started four months ago
The complaints appear to be confined to neighborhoods between State Boulevard and Lake Avenue -- from Anthony Boulevard to Maysville Road.
People have described them as sonic booms, loud explosions, even minor earthquakes -- and some residents said it's enough to make them think that their neighbor's house has exploded.
Justin Brugger, a city neighborhood specialist, says a day after city officials said they were trying to determine the source of the booms and wanted residents who heard it to call in, the city was flooded yesterday with hundreds of calls.
He says the city has not been able to analyze any data yet.
Fort Wayne began investigating mysterious loud noises in its northeast side this week after several residents called to complain about similar incidents.
One thing remained the same for the newer callers. They all describe loud, booming shakes.
(Fort Wayne-WANE-November 10, 2004) - After about a month of silence, Fort Wayne's mysterious "boom" has returned.
"You can't describe it," said Helene Lilly, who heard it almost 10 times Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. "You think you're in a war."