Update: Mystery Cracks Near Cedarville, California

“Talked to a Surprise Valley resident today who has been feeling some of the quakes. She said it felt like her home was speeding down a very washboardy road on one; and another just a hard jolt or two.”

- Jean Bilodeaux, Modoc County Record writer-reporter, Nov. 29, 2014

“The thousands of earthquakes in the last several months is the strongest
of the swarm-type sequences recorded in Nevada in recent history”
(east of Surprise Valley, CA).

- University of Nevada Seismological Laboratory

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.

December 1, 2014  Cedarville, California - Twenty-two miles west of Vya, Nevada, is Surprise Valley, California, where residents in Cedarville have been reporting strange unidentified lights the past year that have appeared before and after ominous rumbling sounds that some people think are coming from the sky, while others sense are coming from underground. Since mid-July 2014, there has been an ongoing seismic swarm of thousands of small magnitude quakes effecting Surprise Valley, the Vya region of northwestern Nevada and south central Oregon across the border from where California and Nevada borders meet.

 

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