Skip to comments.Mysterious ‘Boom’ Reported Across Several Counties In Alabama, No Quake Detected
Posted on 11/14/2017 1:55:06 PM PST by BusterDog
ALABAMA Residents in and around Birmingham reported hearing and feeling a very loud boom Monday afternoonsome say their homes shook.
The United States Geological Survey has not detected an earthquake in the area and there was no explosion or smoke reported.
The unknown event was reported in Cullman, Walker, St. Clair, Jefferson, Calhoun and Blount Counties.
The National Weather Service in Birmingham tweeted: Re: loud boom heard: we do not see anything indicating large fire/smoke on radar or satellite; nothing on USGS indicating an earthquake. We dont have an answer, and can only hypothesize with you. 1) sonic boom from aircraft; 2) meteorite w/ current Leonid shower?
Law enforcement agencies were looking for a possible cause but have found no evidence of what caused the sound.
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Probably Air Force from Eglin AFB...............
Uh-oh. I’ve seen enough alien invasion movies to know what’s next.
Just testing Dick Cheney’s earthquake machine fresh from its success in Iraq and Iran. California is next...
In the 60’s and early 70’s we had Major Sonic Booms all the Time in the San Fernando Valley from Numerous Military Planes, Some of them even Broke all the windows in the neighborhood
Judge Moore campaign revving up?
Just a couple of good ol’ boys getting rid of a dead tree with some Tannerite.
Geez the GOP Establishment will do ANYTHING to get rid of Roy Moore
Boxes of ballots with Moores name on them?
It was the bottom falling out of the Washington Posts credibility
Sonic booms were a normal occurrence in the 50s-60s in So CA, now they’re far and few between and people freak out.
We hear a “BOOM!” all the time at FR , but nothing ever comes of it.
It was Jeff Sessions actually appointing a special prosecutor for the Clintons! Like a bomb went off!
(We can dream, can’t we?)
My Brother made his Famous Baked Beans ,sorry
Doug Jones’ head exploding...
Meanwhile millions of disappointed bloggers prepare to sue the headline writer for plagiarism.
Would a sonic boom be reported across 6 counties, though? NWS Birmingham suggested it might be a meteor, too.
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