Loud booms were heard and felt by many residents around Guthrie, Oklahoma, on Friday 14, 2014. They were created by four earthquakes. The largest, a 3.1-magnitude quake at about 6:20 p.m caused damages in Guthrie.
Shallow earthquakes can cause boom-like sounds. This new example of earthquake booms occurred around Guthrie, Oklahoma, on February 14 2014 between 10 a.m. until after 6 p.m.
As reported Newsok, mysterious booms and rumblings were felt around Guthrie in Oklahoma, last Friday. The USGS measured a 3.1-magnitude earthquake four miles south of Guthrie and 11 miles northeast of Edmond at 6:20 p.m. on this same day. Moreover, seismographs recorded four smaller earthquakes in the same area throughout the day. Were they related to fracking?
Keep in mind that earthquakes can be created by fracking… In other words, these quakes may not be natural.