Strange Boom, Ice Craters and “Frozen Waves” in Newfoundland

“We've looked all around (1st ice crater in Dawes Pond). There doesn't appear to beanything else that could have caused this except something that fell out of the sky.”

- Jim Gillard, Manager, Twillingate Astronomical
Observatory, Badger, Newfoundland

Strange “frozen waves” near the second crater in 2-foot-thick ice,  this one at Powderhorn Lake, photogaphed by cabin owner  Peter Butler on Sunday, March 10, 2013.
Strange “frozen waves” near the second crater in 2-foot-thick ice, this one at Powderhorn Lake, photogaphed by cabin owner Peter Butler on Sunday, March 10, 2013.
Dawes Pond and Powerhorn Lake are about four miles apart  at the Google map pointer near Badger, Newfoundland, Canada.
Dawes Pond and Powerhorn Lake are about four miles apart at the Google map pointer near Badger, Newfoundland, Canada.

March 13, 2013  Dawes Pond and Powderhorn Lake, Badger, central Newfoundland, Canada - Two mysterious ice craters surrounded by odd, rising ice patterns that resemble frozen waves have been reported by cabin owners living about four miles apart, one on Dawes Pond and the second on Powderhorn Lake - both near Badger, Newfoundland, Canada.

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