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Originally posted by deadeyedick
I suppose that trains are left parked unattended in front of ammunition dumps and that is why the railroad commission failed to report this incident to the local police as policy states.
Also an ammo dump was left unguarded was must have been abandoned and that is why that no one there followed procedure and contacted the railway commission and the local police.
I thought homeland security was created to ensure communication on these matters.
It all makes perfect sense now.
Originally posted by Staroth
3-D Radar of Mystery Object That Hit Louisiana
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Additional Info: National Weather Service Public Statementedit on 16-10-2012 by Staroth because: more cowbell
see what the people are saying here KTBS 3 News Facebookedit on 16-10-2012 by Staroth because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Asktheanimals
I think we can rule out a bunker explosion due to:
The amount of time taken to report it - 7 freaking hours??! ("we cuddint fine no 'sploded bildin's at fust")
Shockwave strong enough to break windows miles away leaves no one injured at the worksite?
The pictures look nothing like an exploded munitions bunkers to me. In fact, it reminds me of the flight 93 wreck site they kept showing on 9/11.
Plume on radar doesn't match up with munitions site.
That only leaves a hundred other possible explanations but this is weird with a capital "W".
Originally posted by wirefly
reply to post by Donkey_Dean
I did some poking around on bing maps and found that the trains are just sitting there. They look like they are spur rails that service the bunkers.
These are the coordinates of the bing map image: 32.557992, -93.351148
...WERE AWOKEN BY THE EVENT TO WHAT FELT LIKE AN EARTHQUAKE.