Strange “Rumbles” Reported In Wisconsin, A Mysterious “Boom” In Canada

Posted by on March 21, 2012 ⋰ 1 Comment

We’ve heard the strange noises around the world, allegedly from the sky.

Now, “mysterious booms” are mystifying residents in Clintonville, Wisconsin.

The sounds began on Sunday night, strange rumbles that seem to originate underground. But they’re not necessarily earthquakes — none have been recorded in the area — and city officials have “ruled out” mining activity as the cause.

Some residents claim the “booms” have been happening for weeks.

What’s even more curious is that, during the daytime, the rumbles seem to die down.

They were reported on the evening of Sunday, March 18. Then, they seemingly vanished until beginning again on Monday evening, lasting until 5 a.m. on Tuesday, March 20.

Harold Tobin, a seismologist at the University of Wisconsin, says he’s “as intrigued and as puzzled” as everyone else.

This news arrives alongside another troubling mystery in Sooke, BC, Canada, where a barn was utterly destroyed by “unexplained tremors.”

Apparently, a series of tremors followed by a “large boom and rumble” occurred on the morning of Thursday, March 15. The event was so powerful, the barn collapsed to pieces.

Again, no earthquakes were recorded in the area, and residents have claimed that the tremors and “booms” have been occurring for weeks, if not months.

What’s going on?

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Rob Schwarz is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. He manages Stranger Dimensions in between changing aquarium filters and reading bad novels about mermaids.

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  1. They are occuring globally – Last night we heard and felt 2 intense but distant “BOOMS”, followed by several minutes of random rumbling.

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