Shreveport loud boom remains unexplained.
But weather radars picked up a mysterious image exactly at the same time and over the same area where residents reported hearing the loud boom.
As reported on this blog, a loud noise was heard just after 4 p.m. by Shreveport residents last Monday. According to witnesses, it sounded like a sonic boom and rattled walls and windows.
The USGS didn’t detect any seismic activity in the area. Military bases were at rest and there were no evidence of any explosions or plane crashes in the immediate region.
So WTF? There may be a new clue to our mystery.
A weather radar captured strange images at the same time and in the area where the noise was reported. According to weather specialists, these pictures are consistent with a debris field and originated. There was indeed no rain in the area at the time and whatever was caught on radar rose to about 1,000 to 1,500 feet in the air.
Pretty weird! This must have be densed in particles, such as smoke or ash, to be picked up by a weather radar, no? I just would like to add that when a jet or a meteor sonic boom occurs, smoke is released! But this does not help any further…
Whatever happened that radar detected, it didn’t elicit a response. So this loud boom remains a mystery, for now!