Updated: Mysterious Booms Heard May 27 and May 28 in Four West Michigan Counties

“There are these two trees that were at least 60-feet-tall
and 10 feet apart from each other ... snapped now about 15 to 20 feet
off the ground ... and the upper parts are laying in my driveway.”

- John  Nieuwenhuis, Owner, Little John's Excavating
and Envir. Services, Kalamazoo, Michigan

The two, once 60-foot-tall trees, snapped off about 20 feet above the ground and found by John Nieuwenhuis in his front yard as he investigated around his Kalamazoo home at 8:30 AM, Monday, May 28, 2012, after a huge boom shook his 4,000-square-foot-house. Video frame image © 2012 West Michigan News WWMT-Channel 3 (CBS).
The two, once 60-foot-tall trees, snapped off about 20 feet above the ground and found by John Nieuwenhuis in his front yard as he investigated around his Kalamazoo home at 8:30 AM, Monday, May 28, 2012, after a huge boom shook his 4,000-square-foot-house. Video frame image © 2012 West Michigan News WWMT-Channel 3 (CBS).

Updated: May 30, 2012  Kalamazoo, Michigan - Between 10:30 PM on Sunday night, May 27, 2012, and the next morning at 8:30 AM local time in four counties of southwestern Michigan, something highly strange caused booms loud enough to provoke residents to call police and fire departments.

 

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