Residents on both sides of the USA are currently reporting mystery booms and officials only come up with BS explanations or have no ideas about the origin of these loud booms. Most probable sources are earthquakes, skyquakes, army trainings, frost quakes… On the west coast you can certainly talk about earthquakes being the culprit of these booms. In the Northeast, the current polar vortex – record cold temperature beaten in Boston – and thus frost quakes may be responsible for the loud noises. Other sources will be army trainings. But what about Idaho, Alabama, Texas, Louisiana, Texas, South Carolina and Florida? Read below to debunk the mystery:
Loud booms heard in Southern Idaho – Nov. 14th
Social media has been going crazy over the last 48 hours with inquires about loud ‘booms’ heard around Southern Idaho. Earthquakes, skyquakes, army trainings?
Loud ‘booms’ heard across NE Jefferson, St. Clair, Blount counties, Alabama – Nov 14th
In California, loud booms will be heard along Route 50 due to testing of avalanche material:
You’ll hear some loud booms above Highway 50 again as we test our avalanche control canons a few times throughout the day today. pic.twitter.com/kPE4TNa8fW
— Caltrans District 3 (@CaltransDist3) 14 novembre 2017
Loud booms Sayville/Bohemia/Ronkonkoma, New York – Nov. 13th
Has anyone else heard the loud booms by me too? Anywhere near Sayville/Bohemia/Ronkonkoma maybe…
— Matthew Anthony (@MattyAnthony) 14 novembre 2017
Huge boom rattles windows and houses in Marion and Citrus County, Florida – Nov. 13th
What were those loud booms in southern marion county?
— Ellie joe (@ejdelve) 13 novembre 2017
Sonic booms out in the Gulf. Very loud
— Mike Blackmore (@2_blackmore) 14 novembre 2017
Army exercices at the range on Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana until Wednesday – Nov. 13th – Nov. 15th
The 2nd Civil Engineers Squadron team will be training from Monday, November 13 through Wednesday, November 15 starting at 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Demolitions training at McCrady, South Carolina – Nov. 12th
— S.C. National Guard (@SCNationalGuard) 12 novembre 2017
Mystery booms across Caroll County, Maryland – Nov. 12th
Loud booms, cracking sounds and houses shaking reported in Carroll County last night. Was it a Frost Quake? We had around 1″ of rain on the 7th, then a deep freeze this weekend…so maybe! Just a theory. #FrostQuake
— Tony Pann (@TonyPannWBAL) 12 novembre 2017
Loud booms and rumblings in DFW, Texas – Nov. 12th
Lots of folks asking about the “loud booms” heard in southern DFW area. There is a large fireworks display tonight in Rendon.
— DFW Scanner (@DFWscanner) 12 novembre 2017
Wow! Rendon is ~56 miles from my @visitplano home, but I thought those booms were coming from just the other side of the #DNT. How loud must those fireworks have been for me to hear them from about an hour’s drive away? 😳
— Todd P. Emerson 🦊 (@DeathFox99) 12 novembre 2017
Mystery booms in Mesa California – Nov. 11th
Lights out in Costa Mesa California. Heard 3 loud booms then car alarms. Now everything off. Real quiet. I can see lights at the O C fairgrounds.
— Elaine Carrillo (@celaine36) 11 novembre 2017
Meanwhile in England some weird ‘fireworks’ just detonated like bombs annoying at least one resident. Really fireworks?
We live in Tewkesbury town and the fireworks were louder than those used in the public displays last week -why? They were excessively loud. The booms sounded like bombs going off especially when we had just been woken up. Very unpleasant experience,hope it does not happen again.
— Karen Dodd (@Doddster10) 14 novembre 2017
We’ve seen several other explanations, including everything from UFO to underground tunnel conspiracies. Please live us your comment below!