Unexplained Nighttime Booms Rattle and Shake Clintonville, WI

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Unexplained nighttime booms are occurring in Clintonville, WI. Residents started reported the strange ground-shaking to 9/11 for the fourth night.

Residents were first awakened to the booming noise last Sunday around 1:30a.m., and the sounds continued until 5:00a.m.

The sound has been described as coming from underground and led to theories that include military activity, to fracking which is known to cause ground tremors and earthquakes in regions of the country not known for seismic activity.

Speculation has raged for decades, the U.S. government is building underground tunnels across the country for clandestine purposes.

Thousands of local people in the area have reported the booms and earthquake-like vibrations which have rattled homes and apartments.

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9 Responses to Unexplained Nighttime Booms Rattle and Shake Clintonville, WI

  1. feminazi says:

    Fracking is suspected in a series of earthquakes in Oklahoma and Missouri. I have to wonder what the long range impact is to the surface of the planet as we continue to break it to find oil?

  2. onefly says:

    The reason is known but not for peons.

    We peons need to get a few of those in the know by the nuts and behind closed doors with a vice.

  3. okjimm says:

    HA… that is just up the road …. word is…. it is the Wisconsin GOP trying to bury Governor Walker’s bullshit…. and the good earth is spitting it out.

  4. It’s ridiculous to think that modern man, with all the massive known and secret knowledge, can’t explain the booms. We can do miraculous things…but we can’t explain the booms. Being fed a line of bull excrement. Somebody knows what those booms are.

  5. Randy Arroyo says:

    This is very peculiar. Makes no sense. But it smells of the Feds.

  6. Mets Fan says:

    The so-called “authorities” can’t figure this out?

    Very strange. In face, as strange as the booming itself.

  7. Brigadoon says:

    I think feminazi is onto something. I’d bet it is fracking.

  8. retahyajyajav says:

    USGS representatives now claim the booms were a series of small earthquakes. It’s an interesting, if unlikely theory.

    For starters, there are no known active fault lines in the area. Also, earthquakes don’t occur each night, during the same four hour period. Earthquakes are random. Now, it is becoming widely understood that fracking can cause earthquakes. Is fracking underway in Wisconsin?

  9. Sean says:

    and no one has captured the sound or vibrations on video???

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