Loud boom in India
A loud explosion noise echoed across Chandigarh, India on Tuesday evening, shocking residents after their doors, windows and cars started shaking around 8 pm.
Many described the loud boom as if someone had smashed their door or a big surprising shake. But again, nobody knows what it was… Maybe a sonic boom? – The Tribune
Mystery booms in Austin, Texas
Many people were woken up by several booms ressembling ‘gun shots’, ‘exploding transformer’ in south Austin, Texas and 911 calls started to came in around 2:30 a.m.
Half an hour later, police officers were sent onsite. They found nothing and did not hear the loud sounds.
Multiple viewers also say the booms were so loud they caused sirens and car alarms to go on. – KXAN
Explosion rattles North Staffordshire, UK
Families across North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent have reported hearing a ‘loud bang’ and called Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service.
One resident said: “There was a small explosion over May Bank. Two or more were then heard with the loudest one over Basford Park.“
Another added: “There was a loud bang over Basford, it was close to our house and the floors vibrated.“
Meanwhile, the mysterious boom remain unexplained. – Stoke Sentinel
Tucson residents shaking for answers after rattling booming noises
Loud booms and rumblings were heard and felt by various residents across Tucson at around 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Whether it be from an earthquake, a UFO or something else entirely, Tucsonans are working on trying to figure out what shook the Old Pueblo.
The University of Arizona’s geosciences department and @KVOA Chief Meteorologist @mattbrode confirm there were no earthquakes at this time. @DMAFB says they did not have any aircraft capable of breaking the sound barrier flying at that time.— Mac Colson (@MacColsonTV) December 29, 2020
The mystery continues… https://t.co/XoelrzAuRa
That’s really strange, isn’t it? A meteor fireball?
Here some other booms at daytime:
Nobody knows yet what this was, but they were not earthquakes. Another training flight out of Davis-Monthan AFB? The jets had been making a lot of low passes over houses in the area. – KVOA
Mysterious noise with massive flash rattles Elk Grove, California
Elk Grove residents were woken up by a large explosion and massive flash in the middle of the night, which were captured on video:
The Elk Grove Police Department said the incident is just another example of loud booms people have been reporting for weeks.
So what are these loud booms rattling homes in Sacramento County? – CBS Sacramento
Mystery boom heard in Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky
A mysterious loud boom shook various communities across the Tri-State, from Newburgh, to Evansville, and Henderson, around 2 p.m. Friday.
What was that boom? Nobody knows but a witness in Henderson reports: “The whole apartment shook so I was pretty confused. I didn’t know what was going on.“
No earthquakes, nothing weather-wise. So what? – Tri State Homepage
Booming noise in Muskego, Wisconsin
Muskego police couldn’t determine what caused some loud booming noises that caused a flurry of questions online on Dec. 27th.
The loud booming noises was reported from Waukesha to Franklin, Caledonia to Wind Lake.
“I was watching TV and then I heard a really loud boom. Kinda sounded like something happened in my garage, like it collapsed or something,” said Michelle Bykowski.
Officials believe it was a frost quake. Any other ideas? – Fox 6 Now
Loud booms in Lewisville, Forsyth County
Loud noises around Lewisville overwhelmed the 911 system of Forsyth County on Jan. 2nd. Do you think these were fireworks?
Meanwhile, there were no reports of injuries, but the causes of the noises remain a mystery. – Journal Now
A few weeks ago, another series of unexplained booms were reported in Sydney, UK and the US. And yes! Skyquakes are real!