Updated: Woodland Hills, CA “Sound of Glass Breaking”; Loud Booms in Louisville and Fort Knox, KY

— “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.
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:

 

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