— “The sounds being heard are coming from the Earth itself.
Changes deep inside the core are vibrating the crust near thin areas
and causing the crust to act like a speaker most often times projecting
deep waves up to the ionosphere where they are (bounced back) at audible
frequencies... These inner ground vibrations are also what is causing
the sink hole issue around the world... and underground water
sources are being vibrated to the point of dispersion.”
- Retired electronics engineer 2005, Hill AFB, Utah
— “Then an explosion happened right in the middle of my living room
that had the sound and force of an explosion with an after-sound of breaking glass.”
- Resident Anna Hoaglan, Woodland Hills, CA, March 7, 2013
— “This sounded like someone set off dynamite in front of my house.”
- Eddie Lashley, Louisville, Kentucky, on March 17, 2013
— “Why was the Civil Air Patrol Wing at Bowman Field, Kentucky,
monitoring with a Cessna Skyhawk over Louisville from June through
October 2012, for 6 to 8 hours a day on a classified mission?”
- Kentucky resident between Fort Knox and Louisville, Kentucky
Strange sounds ranging from breaking glass and metal crashing to loud house and bone-rattling
booms have been reported between March 7 - 23, 2013. In Woodland Hills, CA, (far left red
circle) on March 7th, a resident reported sound of breaking glass sound at 3:30 PM Pacific.
Loud booms were reported on March 13, in Tiverton and Little Compton, Rhode Island,
and Westport, Massachusetts (far right red circle) that are 940 miles east of Louisville, KY
(Google pointer). Between March 11-15, loud booms were heard in Alabama, NY, (red Great
Lakes circle) between Lake Erie and Lake Ontario; March 16-17, loud booms in Kamiah, Idaho,
65 miles east of Lewiston (upper left red circle), is 2,102 miles northwest of Louisville
that is straight east of southern Illinois and Indiana where loud booms were reported
March 16-17 in all three states. Then on Thursday, March 21, 2013, near 9 PM EST,
residents from several counties around Gainesville, Florida (north central
Florida red circle) reported similar house-shaking, window-rattling.
Updated March 28 / Original report on March 19, 2013 Louisville, Kentucky - Since March 7, Earthfiles has received many more boom, light flash, military helicopter and higher strangeness sounds of metal crashing and glass breaking reports - but no physical evidence or known source. Here is a sampling:
- Saturday, March 23, 2013, Southern Indiana 10 miles north of Fort Knox, Kentucky: “Yesterday evening Saturday, March 23rd, at 8:43 PM, as I was in my living room, I was startled by a loud boom/explosion that was most definitely felt through my house structure. It was most Odd!! I live approximately 10 miles due north of Fort Knox, Kentucky, in southern Indiana. This is farm country, hills. Louisville, Ky. is about 25 miles to my northeast. I have lived here for 25 years and been witness to all sort of activities and sounds from Fort Knox Army exercises south of me - Jets, Helicopters, C-130's, 50-caliber fire, and most strongly Tank rounds at times from their training course. The Tank shell explosions are fairly strong, even at this distance where I live, and you can feel them shake the house most of the time - we are on limestone. So, we are used to these military sounds from Fort Knox - no problem.
What happened yesterday, March 23rd, was completely different!! It got my immediate attention! This boom/explosion was quick and done - it shook the house. I could feel it in my body like a shock wave. I was instantly on my front porch looking south, the direction it came from and - nothing! Over, done and gone. The sounds and vibes from the artillery shells kind of rumble and last a few seconds. Some people relate them to distant thunder. This occurrence was sharp and quick - no more than one second. It seemed distant, but strong. I had never experienced anything quite like it and it had me baffled.”
- 2012 Classified Cessna Skyhawk Flights Over Louisville, Ky: “We live about 35 miles or so from Ft. Knox as the crow flies. What we did find odd last year in 2012 from about June through October was a small Cessna 172 Skyhawk circling our neighborhood for momths on end about 6 to 8 hours a day. I did a lot of flying in my past and know aircraft much better than the average person. Last summer we would sit out on the patio on a nice day and we kept hearing the drone of a small plane circling overhead at I would estimate at 3500 to 4500 Ft.
After a few weeks my curiosity got the better of me and I got out a pair of high powered binoculars to try to identify the craft. I noticed that it had CAP markings on the wing for the Civil Air Patrol Wing based at Bowman Field. I looked up their mission statement on the web and it basically stated that they flew emergency flights like looking for downed aircraft. The next day I called the Bowman control tower and asked them what was going on with these flights directly over our area and they said they new nothing about it.
So I called another person the next day and I was told that they were not at liberty to discuss it. It was considered Classified. So the question begs: why was the Civil Air Patrol Wing at Bowman Field, Kentucky, monitoring with a Cessna Skyhawk over Louisville from June through October 2012, for 6 to 8 hours a day that is a classified mission?
- Week of March 11 - 15, 2013, Alabama, New York: “I know that you are tracking the mysterious 'booms' in the atmosphere around the U.S. and so I have attached a recent article from our local paper about the phenomena in the greater Buffalo, NY area.”
Saturday/Sunday, March 16-17, 2013, The Daily News, Batavia, NY,
about repeated loud booms in Alabama, New York,
in the week of March 11 - 15, 2013.
Alabama, New York (red Google marker) is a town of about 1,900 people
in Genessee County, between Buffalo on Lake Erie and Rochester near Lake Ontario.
Batavia's Daily News reported that a former Daily News editor, Ben Beagle, was in his living room on March 9, 2013, about 9 PM, when he heard ‘some booms.’ Then nine minutes later at 9:09 PM, came “a series of boom-boom-booms that I thought must be thunder.” But the weather service radar was all clear.
Around that same date, Alabama resident Randy Smith was walking his dog outside when he heard a loud, mysterious boom, the third he has heard. His dog began growling. Smith and his father, Laverne Smith, live at 748 Lewiston Road on Route 77 in Alabama and both say they have heard the strange booms for nearly two years.
The small town of Alabama, New York, is on Route 77, Lewiston Road.
Randy and Laverne Smith live a little outside town center at 748 Lewiston Road
where the two have heard at least thirteen loud, sudden, unexplained booms
since 2011, the year that the boom phenomenon seemed to begin.
In 2012, they heard the loud, unexplained booms at least ten times “sometimes during the day and sometimes at night. It seems to be just around here. I asked my sister who lives in Alabama Center and she hasn't heard it.”
Buffalo TV station WIVB asked a local seismologist what's going on? Mark Castner, Ph.D., is Director of the Braun-Ruddick Seismograph Station in Buffalo. He gave some possible options ranging from earthquake, quarry blasts, building implosions and sonic booms. But seismographic records do not show any recent unusual earthquake activity in the Alabama, New York, area. Officials at Niagara Falls Air Reserve said no aircraft of theirs was flying in the Alabama, NY region at the 9 to 9:09 PM Eastern time on March 9threported by Ben Beagle. The National Fuel's Empire Pipeline company for natural gas said “we have no issues with the pipeline and we're not doing any testing and we have no reported leaks.”
Woodland Hills, CA, March 7, 2013,
3:30 PM Pacific
Woodland Hills, California, is 25 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
Another strange sound reported on March 7, 2013, is perhaps a new variation of the odd, unexplained crashing metal sound phenomenon, but this was the sound of glass breaking in a Woodland Hills, California, home without any physical residue of broken glass anywhere.
Play MP3 interview.
Anna Hoaglan, a bright 80-year-old retiree, was calmly knitting in her Woodland Hills, California, home about 25 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. It was 3:30 PM Pacific. She was so stunned by the sound that suddenly filled the center of her living room that she could not even move, trying to comprehend what had happened.
Anna Hoaglan, 80, Woodland Hills, California: “I was sitting in one end of my living room knitting. Then an explosion happened right in the middle of my living room that had the sound and force of an explosion with an after-sound of breaking glass.
After the explosion, nothing shook and nothing moved and nothing was disturbed in the room. It was just a loud explosion.
NOW, IF YOU WERE COMPARING THE EXPLOSION PART OF THIS EVENT, THE FIRST THING THAT YOU HEARD, WHAT WOULD BE THE CLOSEST EXPLOSION SOUND TO THAT PART OF THE SOUND THAT YOU'VE HEARD IN YOUR LIFE BEFORE?
I would have to describe it as a glass window being blown out. The sound was centered right in my living room. The doors and windows were closed, so there was no outside sound coming in from like the street or in the courtyard. It was centered right in the middle of the living room.
DID YOU GET UP?
I was stunned! I just sat there and stared at the middle of the living room wondering what in the world just happened? I sat there for about a minute. Then I got up and walked over to the center of the living room to see if anything was disturbed or broken. It was right in front of my china hutch and I looked to see if anything was broken in there. Nothing was moved or nothing was disturbed.
DID YOU ASK ANY OF YOUR NEIGHBORS IF THEY HEARD ANY UNUSUAL SOUND AT THE SAME TIE - 3:30 PM PACIFIC ON MARCH 7TH?
No, I didn't. I was just so stunned. None of my neighbors came out.
DID IT SEEM SO STRANGE THAT YOU WERE ALMOST EMBARRASSED TO ASK SOMEBODY?
Exactly, exactly! Who would believe me?
SO MANY PEOPLE ARE HAVING THAT REACTION TO HEARING THESE ODD BOOMS, JOLTS, WHATEVER THESE SOUND PHENOMENA ARE. THEN WHEN THEY REALIZE THAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE EXPERIENCING IT, I HEAR MORE FROM PEOPLE. I'M CURIOUS IF THERE WAS ANY LOCAL NEWS, WHETHER NEWSPAPER, RADIO OR TV, ON MARCH 7TH OR 8TH ABOUT ANY BOOM OR ANY OTHER SOUND IN THAT WOODLAND HILLS AREA?
On Friday evening (March 8th) on the local news on KFI Radio, I heard this woman say a mysterious explosion was in her house. And then the news reporter didn't follow up on it and just went to another story.
THAT WOULD SUGGEST THAT THERE WAS AT LEAST ONE OTHER PERSON WHO HAD CONTACTED KFI ABOUT HEARING AN EXPLOSION INSIDE OF HER HOUSE.
Yes. It's very strange and there doesn't seem to be any answer for it. If you're thinking scientifically, there's just no material thing to understand what is happening. It's sound without a force.”
Louisville and Fort Knox, Kentucky,
March 17, 2013, Noon
“These folks who are reporting loud boom on Facebook
are EMS (Emergency Medical) service providers and are stating that the
boom was way way louder than anything they have heard from Fort Knox.”
- Fort Knox EMS Provider, 12:21 PM, Central, Mar. 17, 2013
Eddie Lashley, 36, has lived in Louisville, Kentucky, for the past eleven years. He is speaking on the record with his real name because he has never heard any sound before like the one that shook his house near NOON on Sunday, March 17, 2013, and he wants to know what happened. He is very familiar with the “distant thunder” of Howitzers and other military training at Fort Knox Army base about twenty miles southwest of his home. “But this shook the house, knocked framed pictures off my walls.”
His two dogs in the kitchen had been sleeping. Suddenly they lifted up their heads and perked their ears and began running around very nervously for several seconds. He even called out to his dogs like, “What's wrong?” Then came the boom that he said was like “someone set off a lot of dynamite right in front of my house.” The dogs ran for a bedroom and both went under the bed and stayed there. Eddie Lashley says he has never once seen either dog run under a bed and hide since he's had them - not for any military sounds from Fort Knox and not for thunderstorms. The weather was very cold rain drizzle under low cloud cover - no thunder or lightning.
The boom scared him, too, and within five minutes Eddie was receiving phone calls from friends 50 miles away in Kentucky's Oldham County and across the river in Indiana. “Linda, no Howitzer training at Fort Knox explains any of those far away phone calls.”
Warehouse worker Eddie Lashley has lived in the same
Louisville, Kentucky, house marked by the Google pointer
southwest of downtown Louisville, about 20 miles northeast
of the Fort Knox Army base (red circle), the U. S. Army's Human Resources
and Cadet Command. Adjacent to the Army base is the U. S. Bullion Depository,
used to store 4,578 metric tons of the U. S. official gold reserves.
Eddie Lashley, 36, Warehouse Worker, Louisville, Kentucky: “It was Sunday, March 17th, a little after NOON. I was sitting in the kitchen and my dogs raised their heads and their ears perked up and they started running around in the kitchen. A few seconds later, there was an extremely loud boom. The boom rattled my entire house windows. I had pictures fall off the walls. And it was something I've never heard before in my life.
WERE THE DOGS AFRAID? NERVOUS?
Yes, they acted extremely nervous.
COULD YOU AT THAT MOMENT HEAR ANYTHING?
No, nothing at all.
DID YOU CALL TO THE DOGS?
I asked them, ‘What's wrong, guys?’ And that's when the boom hit.
WHY WAS THIS DIFFERENT FROM ANYTHING YOU'VE EVER HEARD?
The area where I live is about 20 miles from the military base at Fort Knox. So we've become accustomed to the Abrams Tank training firing off rounds. That sounds like thunder from an approaching storm far off in the distance, just low booms.
[ Editor's Note: The M1 Abrams entered U.S. service in 1980, replacing the M60 tank. Highly mobile, designed for modern armored ground warfare, the M1 is well armed and heavily armored. Notable features include the use of a powerful gas turbine engine (multi fuel capable, usually fueled with JP8 jet fuel. Armaments include the M68A1 Rifled Gun; the M256 Smoothbore Gun; three machine guns.]
This sounded like someone set off dynamite in front of my house. It's one of the largest things I've ever heard. You could actually feel it inside as if it passed through you.
MEANING THAT YOU COULD FEEL IT IN YOUR BONES?
Yes, you could feel it in your bones. It was a teeth-rattling boom.
WHAT DID YOU DO?
The first thing I did was look out the window. I didn't see anything. At first I thought maybe it was an extremely loud clap of thunder. But then I started receiving phone calls from other people I know asking me about it and that's when I knew it wasn't thunder.
WAS ANY THUNDER REPORTED ANYWHERE AROUND LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ON MARCH 17?
Oh, no, it was probably around 30 to 35 degrees F. And we'd had a light drizzle all day long. Further up north, they had some snow. But around my area in Louisville and further south in Fort Knox, it was a light drizzle all day.
WHAT DID THE DOGS DO AT THE TIME OF THE LOUD DYNAMITE-LIKE BOOM?
The moment that the booms hit, they took off and went underneath the bed in the bedroom.
DO THE DOGS NORMALLY RUN UNDER THE BED AT LOUD SOUNDS?
No, never with canon fire. We set off fireworks every 4th of July and the dogs are pretty mild mannered animals. They have never done anything like that (running under bed) before.
SO, THIS IS THE FIRST TIME YOU HAVE SEEN YOUR DOGS RUN UNDER THE BED?
Yes, ma'am They were afraid and I was afraid, too.
Eddie's Friends from 50 Miles Away
Also Heard Loud Boom
NOW, THE PHONES - HOW LONG DID IT TAKE FOR YOU TO START GETTING PHONE CALLS?
It was probably five minutes until I started receiving calls from some friends roughly 50 miles away. We have an area outside Louisville that's Oldham County. From that area, I received some phone calls asking me what that boom was.
WHAT DID THOSE PEOPLE SAY THEY HEARD?
They said the exact same thing. They heard a loud explosion or boom. They said it rattled their entire house. They had no idea what it was.
WHAT IS THE PHYSICS OF ANYTHING THAT COULD BE RATTLING YOUR HOUSE NEAR LOUISVILLE AND KNOCKING FRAMES OFF YOUR WALLS AND HAVING THE SAME HEAVY DUTY PHYSICAL IMPACT 50 MILES AWAY?
I have no explanation. We've heard the military training before. We've actually had a couple of fighter jets fly supersonic over this area before and never have I heard anything comparable to this.
WHAT ELSE DID THE PEOPLE WHO CALLED YOU SAY?
It ranged from everything like, ‘It felt like we were being attacked.’ To ‘Did we have an earthquake?’ To,‘I just don't know what the heck that was.’ As long as I've lived here and heard numerous military exercises coming from the Fort Knox base, there's never ever been anything on this scale!
Fort Knox Army Base - First Denial,
Later It's Howitzers
DID TELEVISION NEWS PICK UP ON THIS?
Yes, the news did a little story about people were calling in with the report of a loud boom. Then later on in the day after first saying they didn't have anything loud going on at the Fort Knox army base, Fort Knox changed their story the last time I checked. Fort Knox now says that they were firing 150 millimeter round Howitzers and that the sound was bouncing off the low cloud cover atmosphere is what caused the boom. But this boom was like a bomb right in front of my house, not distant thunder.
SO THE HOWITZER EXPLANATION DOES NOT WASH WITH YOU - AND NOT WITH THE PEOPLE 50 MILES AWAY IN OLDHAM COUNTY?
No, from every part of Louisville, people were posting reports on social media that nobody has heard anything like that boom Sunday at NOON.
One other thing - along with the report that Fort Knox Army released several hours later to say they were doing training exercises, they also released a phone number in case anybody had property damage to call this phone number. I've never heard of that in my life of the Fort Knox base doing a training exercise to where they would literally have to put up a phone number to pay for property damage.
IT ALMOST MAKES ME WONDER IF THEY WANT PEOPLE TO CALL ABOUT PROPERTY DAMAGE BECAUSE THEY WANT TO GO AND INVESTIGATE THOSE PARTICULAR HOUSES TO SEE EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED TO REPORT TO SOMEONE HIGHER UP?
Yes, ma'am We've also been noticing a lot more military aircraft activity around the area. We've had a lot of military helicopters that we've seen flying around. We do have a National Guard Air Base at our airport, but you don't usually see a lot of Black Hawks and Apaches and we've seen quite a few lately. Also, we see a lot of flatbed trucks hauling military vehicles on the back of them - hummers and things of that nature.
WHICH WAY ARE THEY GOING?
Usually the helicopters are flying a westerly route. And the vehicles with flatbeds, we usually see on expressways going south.
DID YOU SEE ANY BLACK HAWKS, APACHES, ANY MILITARY ACTIVITY AFTER THE BIG BOOM ON SUNDAY, MARCH 17TH?
No, I stayed in all day because this kind of rattled me.
Why Aren't FEMA and Homeland
DO YOU THINK IT IS STRANGE THAT WE'RE NOT GETTING ANY COMMENTS FROM FEMA AND HOMELAND SECURITY, OR EVEN DEFENSE DEPT., ABOUT WHAT THE PERSISTENT, LOUD , UNEXPLAINED BOOMS ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES ARE?
It almost angers me at the excuses they give because they are just so blatantly misleading. Most people see these explanations and they know they see through them that it's not true. We all deserve an explanation for what is going on.”
Fort Knox Army Base Announcement on March 17, 2013:
Anyone who had property damage from the vibrations, can file a claim with Fort Knox. The phone number is 502-624-0993
Rhode Island, Massachusetts,
Southern Illinois, Kamiah, Idaho
In the five day period of March 13 to 17, 2013, Earthfiles received dozens of loud, unexplained boom reports from Rhode Island and Massachusetts; southern Illinois; Kamiah, Idaho; and the greater Louisville and Fort Knox, Kentucky region.
Six months ago beginning in mid-October 2012, there were unexplained bright light flashes, loud booms and strange humming sounds that puzzled residents and authorities from Warwick and Providence, Rhode Island, to the Somerset and Salem, Massachusetts region. See 120812 Earthfiles. Now again in the same Rhode Island and Massachusetts region on March 13, 2013, more booms, light flashes and strange humming sounds were reported.
— March 13, 2013 - Another Strange Boom in RI and Mass. Was this related to a small 2.3 magnitude earthquake reported by USGS in NY?
Tiverton-LittleComptonPatch.com: “At approximately 8:40 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13, residents across Tiverton and Little Compton, Rhode Island; and Westport, Massachusetts, dialed 911 to inform their local police stations of a strange, earth-shaking phenomenon.” See: Patch.com.
Tiverton and Little Compton, Rhode Island, marked by Google pointer,
are about 10 miles west of Westport, Massachusetts (lower right red circle).
In October 2012, many booms and light flashes were reported from
the Providence and Warwick, Rhode Island region ( left red circles).
— March 16-17, 2013 Email “Unreal booms in Kamiah, Idaho” (SE of Lewiston ):On the afternoon and night of 03/16/2013 there were five different ground rattling booms that shook the house and the ground under it. Then again this afternoon March 17, 2013, around two PM. I am 48-years-old and have heard many sonic booms when I was a kid and dynamite. This boom literally can be felt in your bones. My mom lives about 1/5 of a mile away and she heard and felt them as well. No one knows where the booms are coming from. It's like they are non-directional. I personally think they are coming from under the ground. We have no mines in the area.
Above: Kamiah, Idaho at the red Google map pointer is 65 miles east
of Lewiston and below: 2,102 miles northwest of Louisville, Kentucky.
- March 28, 2013 - Email today from 2005 retired electronics engineer, Hill AFB, Utah:
“The sounds being heard are coming from the Earth itself. Changes deep inside the core are vibrating the crust near thin areas and causing the crust to act like a speaker most often times projecting deep waves up to the ionosphere where they are (bounced back) at audible frequencies... These inner ground vibrations are also what is causing the sink hole issue around the world... and underground water sources are being vibrated to the point of dispersion.”
If any Earthfiles viewer has more firsthand information about the source of the persistent and very loud boom , light flash, military helicopters showing up or other bizarre, unexplained sounds such as metal crashing and glass breaking without physical evidence, please email: email@example.com. All requests for confidentiality are honored.
For further information about the mysterious boom, light flash and appearance of military helicopters doing grid searches afterward, please see boom reports below and in the Earthfiles Archive.
• 03/23/2013 — Mysterious Booms Over Multiple Counties in Florida and Illinois
• 03/19/2013 — Loud Booms in Louisville and Fort Knox, KY; Southern Illinois; Kamiah, Idaho; and Rhode Island
• 03/13/2013 — Strange Boom, Ice Craters and “Frozen Waves” in Newfoundland
• 03/10/2013 — UPDATED: “Sound Guns” - Viewer Comments
• 03/07/2013 — More Loud, Unexplained Booms in Bowling Green, KY, Elizabethtown, ILL, and Flint, MI
• 03/01/2013 — Mysterious Booms - A Secret Military Weapon?
• 03/01/2013 — After Mysterious Booms, Why Do Military Helicopters Fly Search Patterns Below 500 Feet Over Residential Houses?
• 02/20/2013 — Part 2: Unexplained Loud Booms and Light Flashes Persist in U. S.
• 02/16/2013 — Part 1: More Earth-Shaking Booms in Morristown, Tennessee and “Shock Wave” Booms in San Manuel, Arizona
• 02/06/2013 — Viewer Emails about Boom Mystery
• 02/01/2013 — Mysterious Booms and Light Flashes Across U. S.
• 01/25/2013 — Updated: Unexplained Loud Booms Persist in United States
• 01/11/2013 — Part 1: Could Computer-Interfaced Communication with Other Realms Be Linked to Strange, Unexplained Booms?
• 01/11/2013 — Part 2: Could Computer-Interfaced Communication with Other Realms Be Linked to Strange, Unexplained Booms?
• 01/11/2013 — Part 3: Could Computer-Interfaced Communication with Other Realms Be Linked to Strange, Unexplained Booms?
• 01/05/2013 — 26 Hours Before 7.5 Quake, Unexplained Rumbling Boom in Southcentral Alaska
• 12/08/2012 — What's Causing Mysterious Lights, Loud Booms and Strange Hum in Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island?
• 11/15/2012 — Real X-Files: 1950 - 1983
• 11/11/2012 — Rapid, Unidentified Aerial Objects Over Denver and Strange Amber Cigar-Shaped Aerial Craft Near Philadelphia
• 11/03/2012 — Another Mysterious Translucent Aerial Object, This One Over Gardiner, New York
• 10/27/2012 — Unidentified Aerial Object As High As Jet Stream?
• 10/17/2012 — Loud Boom and 3-D Radar of Mysterious Aerial Object in NW Louisiana
• 08/26/2012 — Updated: More Unexplained Boom Sounds from Sweden to Calif: What's Happening Now in Sacramento? And What Happened August 21st In Oakland, California?
• 05/30/2012 — Updated: Mysterious Booms Heard May 27 and May 28 in Four West Michigan Counties
• 05/10/2012 — Mysterious Horn and Boom Sounds Still Being Heard
• 05/01/2012 — More Unexplained Booms in Boston and Beyond
• 04/26/2012 — Updated: Mysterious, Persistent Booms Throughout North America and England
• 04/22/2012 — Huge Boom Heard in Central California and Northwestern Nevada - Did Meteorite Hit?
• 04/08/2012 — Part 3: Confusion About North American Booms and Man-Made Quakes
• 03/30/2012 — Part 1: Updated 033021 with boom recordings - Mysterious Rattling Booms Expand from Clintonville to Montello, Wisconsin and Beyond.
• 03/30/2012 — Updated with boom audio Part 2: Boom Phenomenon in Several States and Canada
• 03/20/2012 — Two Nights of Mysterious Rattling Booms in Clintonville, WI
• 03/15/2012 — Updated 031512 - High Strangeness Email: Unidentified Aerial Craft, Strange Sounds and Door-Rattling Booms
• 03/01/2012 — Updated 030112: Solar CMEs Hitting Earth's Magnetic Fields - Do They Make Strange, Loud Sounds?
• 02/28/2012 — Strange Sounds in Washington State
• 02/23/2012 — Updated Feb. 23: Eerie, Strange Sounds Heard in Tennessee and Kansas
• 02/04/2012 — Video of Kiev-like Strange Sound in Amarillo, Texas: What Happened?
• 02/02/2012 — Updated: Earthfiles Email About Mysterious “Chorus of Trumpets” and Other Strange Sounds
• 01/29/2012 — Part 4: Tall, Cat-Eyed Beings in Pennsylvania Turnpike Abduction
• 01/26/2012 — Updated - Part 1: Photos of Unidentified Utah Aerial Craft - and Missing Time?
• 01/20/2012 — Part 3: Tall, Cat-Eyed Beings in Pennsylvania Turnpike Abduction
• 01/18/2012 — Part 2: Utah Aerial Craft, Missing Time and Cat-Eyed, Blond Beings
• 12/31/2011 — Updated - Part 1: Earthfiles Mail About High Strangeness
• 11/13/2011 — Updated: More Loud Booms in Virginia and Missouri; More Quakes in Oklahoma
• 10/27/2011 — More Mysterious Hum Reports from North America to China
• 10/12/2011 — Unidentified Orange Spheres, Discs and Entity Encounter in Kansas City, Missouri, Since April 2011
• 10/04/2011 — Updated: What Are Strange “Hums” That Keep People Awake?
• 10/03/2011 — Part 1: Viewer Letters About Strange, Loud Booms
• 09/30/2011 — High Strangeness in Australia's Northern Territory
• 06/07/2011 — What Are the Mysterious Booms?
• 05/13/2011 — More Viewer Letters About Mysterious Booms
• 05/11/2011 — Updated Reprints: Earthfiles Viewers Reports of Strange, Loud Booms
• 02/08/2011 — More Reports of Strange Booms and Aerial Lights
• 02/08/2011 — Part 5: Private Detective's Encounters with Non-Humans
• 01/29/2011 — Earthfiles Viewers Reports of Strange, Loud Booms