posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 11:31 PM
Working here this month.
Yes, there has been these sounds as of late. I commented on what they were some months ago, even made a thread to clear up the whole business, but it
didn't receive many flags, so I figured people didn't care to learn how the sounds were created. I can try to find it again if anyone cares, but it
is here on the forums. And I do back up what I infer.
Another thing here recently at night, if you haven't noticed, are the "flash bang" sounds.
These sounds will come from the west, for example, bang loudly in the sky, then repeat again and again as they travel through the air from one horizon
to the next, then turn and follow a new path as they go further away. I observed this a week and a half ago. Followed it in the sky and saw nothing
was visible. I wasn't made aware of any tests here this week, so it was a bothersome mystery. These occur usually around 1 am - 3:30am.
Much like a pulse engine that's ignited, then traveled a ways, then again, further, then again, then turned. That's precisely how it sounds during
Anyways, for this instance, I followed up on it the next morning. Was greeted by the sight, I kid you not, of a car parked in the neighborhood area
whose back left end was literally melted (No black smoke or ash marks anywhere). You could see where the trunk of the car and even the metal around
the gas nozzle entry was literally just... well, it was quite indescribable. I haven't seen the vehicle since the incident, and I wasn't part of any
testing with r&d (haven't been for a least a month and a half now) so this was a real surprise for me.
I have NOT followed up on this more than this chance curiosity I happened to run into. If by any chance I see the vehicle again (doubt it), I will
take some photos.
But yeah, there's been some interesting developments here in the area.
You'd be floored to learn just how many tests take place here.