posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 03:44 AM
reply to post by Chadwickus
Thanks for the advice Chad!
I did go outside, in fact that is the first thing I did after realizing the house was shaking slightly. Scared me a little, but at that moment I
didn't think it was anything from mother nature. I was thinking a car just hit my house!
I have also tried to use my camera, but not sure what good that would do... I can't make video with it and the picture will look only like a regular
cell phone pic on any overcast night
It actually sounded like what I imagine it might sound like if a giant balloon was placed under the ground and then aired up... I know that is a hard
comparison to make, since I don't really know what a giant balloon being filled, would sound like - just the impression I got from it
As to the other poster asking the suburb area I live in. It is Seymour Tennessee
It has basically all but subsided... and as I type that it starts again, much weaker now though... Not the first time I had heard strange things
here, but definitely the first with this elapsed time and material presence