The mysterious booms and strange sounds in the sky are continuing in 2022, probably announcing the end of the world as we know it. Here are the latest reports!
Something strange in happening in the US:
Strange noises in the sky or underground?
Oil well site source of mysterious sound bothering residents near Luther, Oklahoma
Strange Times we’re living in Loud Boom herd all over the World!
SpaceX Raptor 2 rocket engine test in McGregor, Texas on February 16, 2022. There was a loud sonic-like boom at the start…
‘Earthquake’ that shook Merseyside confirmed as sonic boom…
An early morning explosion Thursday at the Dyno Nobel ammonia plant in the Cornerstone chemical complex in Waggaman, Louisiana, shook nearby houses and damaged equipment at the site, but company officials reported no injuries.
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I heard this early this morning.
I woke from a deep sleep, to a low, spooky noise that I can only imagine as a mix between plastic stadium horns and metal crunching. It lasted for about an hour, each blast lasted about 40 seconds, with a pause in between.
It was truly unnerving.
Heard in northern Michigan