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People across Devon and Cornwall have inundated police with calls saying they had experienced an earth tremor.
We checked with the British Geological Survey to ask if it was because of a tremor, but they said it may have been caused by something a little more spectacular - possibly a sonic boom from a meteorite as it caused pressure changes in the atmosphere while falling.
According to the BBC, doors were blown open at a police station in South Devon.
One can't help but think there may be something else going on up there?
Earth will pass through a stream of debris from Halley's Comet beginning today, which will give us the benefit of the annual Orionids meteor shower—though you probably won't see much until a bit later.