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    Loud Boom Phenomenon Happens Again

    Post by michael144/Admin on Mon Mar 30, 2009 1:09 am

    For about a month now reports have come in from about four different locations around the United States of a bright flash then a loud boom followed by shaking windows and entire homes.

    The first report, about 3 weeks ago, came from southern California at 9:15 p.m. followed exactly 12 hours later by reports from the Bay area of the same phenomenon at 9:15 a.m.

    Since then I set up a Google alert for the terms "loud boom" that sends me an email every time these terms hit the web. Tonight an identical report comes from the east coast and just as the other reports stated, there is no explanation for the event. - michael144/Admin

    Here is the latest story:

    Mysterious light in sky, loud explosion rattles nerves in Hampton Roads

    12:21 AM EDT on Monday, March 30, 2009

    (VIRGINIA BEACH) - Emergency crews fanned out across the city looking for whatever caused a loud explosion Sunday night.

    At around 9:45 911 dispatchers started receiving calls from people reporting a light in the sky followed by a loud boom.

    Some reported that the explosion caused their homes to shake.

    However, emergency crews could find no evidence of any kind of explosion.

    No injuries, fires or damage were reported.

    The National Weather Service had few answers.

    Jennifer McNatt, a meteorologist said the service had been in touch with the Navy, Air Force and NASA, but none of those organizations had any unusual activity to report.

    Officials at Norfolk International Airport had received reports of the light and explosion, but said nothing wsa out of the ordinary at the airport.

    The National Weather Service did tell officials in Virginia Beach that the reports of the light and the bang were coming in from Maryland to North Carolina.

    Several callers to WVEC-TV reported their doors and windows shook.

    Anyone with pictures or video of the light or the explosion should can send them to us at pics@wvec.com.

    The National Weather Service released this statement at 11:17pm Sunday:

    Numerous reports have been called in to this office and into local law enforcement concerning what appeared to be flashes of light in the sky over the Suffolk/Virginia Beach area. We are confident in saying that this was not lightning...and have been in contact with military and other government agencies to determine the cause. So far...we have not seen or heard of any damage from this and will continue to inquire as to the cause.

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    Google News Alert for: loud boom



    Loud Boom Over Hampton

    WAVY-TV - Portsmouth,VA,USA
    Wavy.com is investigating the loud boom and bright flash in the sky witnessed by hundreds of thousands of people around 9:40 Sunday night. ...

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    Mysterious light in sky, loud explosion rattles nerves in Hampton ...

    WVEC.com (subscription) - Norfolk,VA,USA
    At around 9:45 911 dispatchers started receiving calls from people reporting a light in the sky followed by a loud boom. Some reported that the explosion ...

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    Personal Accounts of the Event

    Post by michael144/Admin on Mon Mar 30, 2009 2:07 am

    Google Blogs Alert for: loud boom

    WAVY.com Blogs » Blog Archive » BOOM!


    By Cheryl Nelson

    Around 9:40 PM Sunday night, there was a large flash of light in the sky and then a loud boom that shook many residents’ homes. What was it? No one knows yet. I can say there were NO storms in our area at that time. ...


    WAVY.com Blogs - http://blogs.wavy.com/


    Wonkette : Something Weird Explodes Over Virginia, North Carolina ...


    By Ken Layne

    WAVY is investigating the loud boom and bright
    flash in the sky witnessed by hundreds of thousands of people around
    9:40 Sunday night. People from Maryland to North Carolina have called
    10 on your side and wavy.com reporting the flash. ...


    Wonkette - http://wonkette.com/

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    Possibly related

    Post by michael144/Admin on Mon Mar 30, 2009 2:14 am

    US Navy/DOD to use 4 NW States & ALL Inhabitants for Weapons Testing!!

    US NAVY, DOD AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STUDY FOR 4 STATE WEAPONS TESTING RANGE

    US Navy and DOD wants to use the State of Washington, all of the State of Oregon, part of the state of Idaho, Northern California, and the Pacific Ocean from California to Washington State as a weapons training range!!! They've decided, without the public's consent, to use public lands, the Pacific Ocean, private property, wildlife, and humans as test subjects for warfare testing in four states.



    By Rosalind Peterson
    February 21, 2009
    NewsWithViews. com


    The United States Navy and the U.S. Department of Defense have decided that their Northwest Training Range Complex, in the State of Washington, should be expanded, and have devised a draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), dated December 2008, for public review and comment. The expansion of their area of operation will include all of the State of Washington, all of the State of Oregon, part of the state of Idaho, and Northern California. This area will also include large areas of the Pacific Ocean from California to Washington. (The map designating this program area also extends throughout Northern California to the San Francisco Bay Area under a "warning area" designation. )

    Marine Mammals Will Die in Navy Warfare Testing Program
    The Navy and the U.S. Department of Defense have decided that their
    Northwest Training Range Complex, in the State of Washington, should be
    expanded, and have devised a draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS),
    dated December 2008, for public review and comment. The expansion of
    their area of operation will include the State of Washington, the State
    of Oregon, part of the state of Idaho, and Northern California. The final
    date for public comment is April 13, 2009.......

    http://www.newswithviews.com/Peterson/rosalind115.htm

    by Rosalind Peterson
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    "The bright light at first terrified me because I thought somebody was shining a light on me..."

    Post by michael144/Admin on Mon Mar 30, 2009 10:43 am

    The Virginian-Pilot
    ©️ March 30, 2009

    Were they meteors? A comet? UFOs?

    People from Maryland to Hampton Roads heard loud explosions and saw brilliant, streaking lights in the sky Sunday night.

    There was no immediate explanation, the National Weather Service office in Wakefield said. The Virginia Beach 911 center had numerous calls waiting just before 10 p.m., a supervisor said.

    The Weather Service said reports were made from Dorchester County, Md., to the Virginia/North Carolina border. People said they saw a streak in the sky and heard an explosion.

    "It was orange, like a fireball," said Steve Wagner, who lives in the Great Bridge area of Chesapeake and said what he saw was too close to be a shooting star. Wagner was outside cooking with family when he saw the streak. He said he went inside when his daughter called, then heard an explosion that sounded like thunder.

    Chris Wamsley, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service's Wakefield office, said there could be various causes of the explosions and lights. A team of people is looking into what happened, he said.

    Alan MacRobert, senior editor with Sky and Telescope Magazine, said the loud boom that followed the brilliant lights probably means the object probably exploded.

    There could be meteorites that fell to the ground, MacRobert said.

    If enough observers can provide information on the direction of the object and how high it was in the sky in relation to other objects such as buildings or constellations, scientists could figure out where to organize a search.

    Observers can report what they saw last night on the American Meteor Society's page here.

    Lindsey Hosek of the Great Neck area of Virginia Beach was jogging along the water with her dog when the sky lit up, she said.

    "The bright light at first terrified me because I thought somebody was shining a light on me, and then I saw it, and I was in complete awe because it was so beautiful," she said.

    Then she saw something that looked like a comet moving low toward the ground; it was blue in front followed by orange and appeared to be the shape and size of a refrigerator.

    "It was just so low. It was like where a bird should be," she said. "It was definitely heading downward."

    She was on the phone with a friend a minute later when she heard an explosion.

    Kenneth Martin of Chesapeake's South Norfolk neighborhood said he saw what appeared to be lightning, then the sky turned blue.

    Then, he said, a white ball of fire shot close to the ground and appeared to burn out. He said he's sure it was a meteor.

    "It was so vivid in the sky, blinking," he said. "It was the strangest thing I've ever seen."

    No damage was reported, the Weather Service said.

    Pilot writer Diane Tennant contributed to this report.

    Patrick Wilson, (757) 446-2957, patrick.wilson@pilotonline.com
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    Published: March 20, 2009

    Post by michael144/Admin on Mon Mar 30, 2009 10:59 am

    Published: March 20, 2009

    UNDATED—A loud noise was heard shortly before 3 a.m. Friday morning in Aiken, Richmond and Columbia counties.

    Local law enforcement agencies also report hearing the boom, but no one knows what caused it.

    Chris Turner, and Aiken County resident, told WJBF News Channel 6’s
    Sheena Bodie what he saw and heard, in a phone interview. We have also
    been informed that two Aiken County Sheriff’s Office deputies
    reportedly saw a fireball in the sky.

    According to the Director of the DuPont Planetarium at USC-Aiken,
    Gary Senn, the cause of the boom could have possibly been a meteor.
    Stay tuned to WJBF Newschannel 6 and WJBF.com for more on this
    developing story.

    Let us know below by leaving a comment to let us know what you saw
    or heard. You can also report meteor/fireball sightings to the American Meteor Society’s website.

    If you happened to capture a photo, video, or cellphone video, please email producers@wjbf.com

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    Emails about the mystery in the sky

    WAVY-TV - Portsmouth,VA,USA
    9:55 pm - Jim in Virginia Beach: Hello, we heard a loud boom and the ground shook a little at about 21:48, the same noise was heard by my son's friend who ...

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    Re: Loud Boom Phenomenon Happens Again

    Post by Guest on Tue Mar 31, 2009 8:31 am

    The reptilians have returned.............
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    Re: Loud Boom Phenomenon Happens Again

    Post by metaloop on Wed Apr 01, 2009 1:41 pm

    Very strange. Has anything like this been reported in years past?
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    Re: Loud Boom Phenomenon Happens Again

    Post by michael144/Admin on Wed Apr 01, 2009 2:26 pm

    metaloop wrote:Very strange. Has anything like this been reported in years past?
    Not that I know of....but the same scenario has happened four times in different areas of the U.S. with no explanation...Very strange.
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