Booms Continue from Montreal to Arizona

“What was that boom? What was that flash of blue-green light?
And where were they coming from?”

- The Montreal Gazette, November 26, 2013

“Something big blew up over Montreal around 8 PM, November 26th.”

- WPTZ-TV News Channel 5, Burlington, Vermont

The Google pointer marks St-Lazare west of Montreal, Canada. 64 miles south of Montreal is Plattsburgh, New York. Residents in all three regions reported hearing an enormous explosive boom with a flash of blue-green light around 8 PM on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. No source of the mysteirous loud boom is known.
The Google pointer marks St-Lazare west of Montreal, Canada. 64 miles south of Montreal is Plattsburgh, New York. Residents in all three regions reported hearing an enormous explosive boom with a flash of blue-green light around 8 PM on Tuesday, November 26, 2013. No source of the mysteirous loud boom is known.

November 27, 2013 Albuquerque, New Mexico - Last night around 8 PM Eastern, residents in Montreal, St-Lazare and the surrounding Canadian region as far as Ormstow and Cornwall, Ontario, onward to Plattsburgh, New York, were literally shaken by a loud boom and a bright flash of blue-green light in the night sky. But no one anywhere – including Environment Canada and St-Lazare Mayor Robert Grimaudo – knows for certain what caused the loud, mysterious boom and light flash over so much geography. One speculation is a meteor hitting the atmosphere with a sonic boom. But mysterious booms – some with bright light flashes, usually white – have been reported around the United States since January 2011 without explanation. See November 22nd Earthfiles and November 24th Earthfiles.

 

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