Part 1: Hundreds of Earthquakes, Low Rumbling Sounds and Aerial Lights in Surprise Valley and Cedarville, California

“There was no way the lights could have been an airplane. It almost looked like something was shooting something out, the way it was in a straight line.”

- Cindy, Cedarville, CA. eyewitness of strange aerial lights

Cedarville (red pointer), population 514, is in Surprise Valley of Modoc County, California. The green valley has hot springs and artesian wells. Lassen Volcanic National Park is 143 miles southwest and Vya, Nevada, is 22 miles straight east. All three areas have felt the swarm of earthquakes numbering in the thousands. Some Surprise Valley residents have felt the 112 magnitude-3 and twelve magnitude-4 quakes since they started in July 2014. In addition to increasing quakes, Surprise Valley has also had repeating loud rumbling sounds associated with many appearances of unidentified aerial lights. USGS, Stanford University and other university seismologists are now studying unusual and sudden hot springs temperature changes in November 2014. 
Cedarville (red pointer), population 514, is in Surprise Valley of Modoc County, California. The green valley has hot springs and artesian wells. Lassen Volcanic National Park is 143 miles southwest and Vya, Nevada, is 22 miles straight east. All three areas have felt the swarm of earthquakes numbering in the thousands. Some Surprise Valley residents have felt the 112 magnitude-3 and twelve magnitude-4 quakes since they started in July 2014. In addition to increasing quakes, Surprise Valley has also had repeating loud rumbling sounds associated with many appearances of unidentified aerial lights. USGS, Stanford University and other university seismologists are now studying unusual and sudden hot springs temperature changes in November 2014.

 

Aerial view of Surprise Valley with its many hot springs and some artesian wells outside the town of Cedarville, population 514. Image © 072508 by Bioflyer.
Aerial view of Surprise Valley with its many hot springs and some artesian wells outside the town of Cedarville, population 514. Image © 072508 by Bioflyer.

November 20, 2014 Cedarville, California -  In the past few weeks, Earthfiles has received more unexplained booms, rumblings, trumpets and metallic scraping reports along with periodic sightings of unidentified amber, red and other colored aerial lights — sometimes at the same time as strange sounds. This combination of phenomena has been reported persistently since January 2011 all over North America, but in this era of terrorist threats and national security excuses to spy on everyone, neither the American nor Canadian government leaderships have acknowledged the hundreds of reports and growing concerns of their taxpayers.

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