Mysterious booming sounds are occasionally heard on the North Carolina coast, often powerful enough to rattle windows and doors. The residents of coastal North Carolina are occasionally treated to sequences of booming sounds of unknown origin. The sounds are often energetic enough to rattle windows and doors. So the commonly asked question, What’s making these booming sounds? Reverberations powerful enough to shake beach cottages are heard several times every autumn along the coast in New Hanover and Brunswick counties. A spate of mysterious booms has been shaking a city in central Oklahoma. Mysterious booming sounds are heard around the world. There are recurring booms off the coast of North Carolina, often powerful enough to rattle windows and doors.
26 to hearing a boom or booms, windows rattling and then feeling the floor move. The sounds he’s heard have not been booms and have not sounded like aircraft. Twitter came alive with reports of loud booms off of James Island. Mysterious booming sounds are occasionally heard on the North Carolina coast, often powerful enough to rattle windows and doors. Of all the loud booms heard, recorded and studied there has never been any direct relationship discovered between any seismic activity. The window-rattling, wake-up surprises have been random, often occurring late at night, but not always. It was the second mysterious explosion-like sound to hit the area in two weeks.
I have long been intrigued by the phenomenon of mystery explosions that seemingly manifest from nowhere for no reason and startle area residents with that same kind of sudden shock as a cherry bomb set off behind unsuspecting picnickers. A Coast Guard launch plowed the water for two hours without finding any debris. A local hunter testified that he distinctly heard an explosion sounding above him, and not from beneath his feet. California, two unexplained explosions rocked Henderson, North Carolina. April 3, 2015: Earthfiles YouTube News about Ceres Mystery Bright Spots. Occasionally you see wolves kill five or six animals, but 19 is very unusual. It’s difficult as the cats are (often) found at midday and then we have to work out when they were last seen the ones with owners that is. I live in Babylon, Long Island, New York, about 1 mile North of the Atlantic coast. I heard a very loud BOOM noise that rattled the windows of my house. Strange boom sounds have scientists baffled. Armageddon, or just bad gas?. Article by Charles Q. Choi OurAmazingPlanet Mysterious booming sounds are occasionally heard on the North Carolina coast, often powerful enough to rattle windows and doors.
11 p.m. that night with residents describing walls shaking and windows rattling. But an airburst powerful enough to cause tremors all over San Diego County would have been noticed by scientists, Beshore said. Similar noises and vibrations were also felt in New Jersey around October, as I wrote in my article New Mysterious Booms Reported in New Jersey. A loud boom shook the coastal Lowcountry Wednesday morning, felt from Mount Pleasant to West Ashley. I peaked around the corner of the door, and sure enough the tv was OFF. Out of nowhere I hear this sound in the back seat area right behind me, (driver side) it wasn’t a sound where it really caught my attention until it got a bit louder as if it was moving in the air. Now I keep hearing a random little clink noise every so often, and I have all of the lights on and, the volume up on the TV and it is now 4am and I don’t see myself falling asleep anytime soon. She looked out the kitchen window, and saw an object very much like mine, moving toward her. That night with residents describing walls shaking and windows rattling. Neighbors around Sausalito Drive, west of the Colorado Springs Country Club, heard the latest noise Tuesday around 11 p.m. They say it was loud enough to shake homes. Geological Survey Earthquake Center said it had not record of an earthquake along the North Carolina coast and local police that there were no scheduled activities in the area that would have cause the booms or buildings to shake. Mystery of FM Beach Balls. 35km (22mi) NNW of North Augusta, South Carolina 97km (60mi) WSW of Columbia, South Carolina. Athens – I’m on the third floor of a condo complex and felt all of my doors and windows shake. Not enough to cause damage though, I don’t think. Augusta, GA – We heard a roaring noise that sounded like what I imagine an avalanche sounds like.