posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 01:26 PM
If some manufacturing plant were responsible for the sounds, everyone in the vicinity would be able to locate it and know that is where it was coming
from. And it wouldn't be getting 'explained' by the local media as ice falling off of roofs, which would only be heard very locally, like 1-2
houses away at most. Snow tends to slide off roofs, but that's quiet; ice tends to melt slowly or just stay there.
I lived in Rochester, NY just a few miles farther south than Toronto is for 53 years, which means 53 winters, and I NEVER heard unexplained loud booms
that seemed to be coming from the sky or were unable to be traced. The occasional fireworks nut, yeah, but even a cherry bomb is recognizable for
what it is, and the sound doesn't spread all that much.
The Seneca Guns are a common occurrence in the summertime in the Finger Lakes region farther south, and you can't blame them on ice. It's not jet
planes either because that too would be easily explainable; the Air Force would admit to it. Jets are banned from going Mach 1 over populated areas
now unless there's an emergency. This articles surmises it may be UFOs - I have no idea what it really is, but it would be nice to get some answers
from somebody instead of being patted on the head as per usual.