— “The U. S. Geological Survey wants to hear from coastal residents about two rumbles that shook houses from the Carolina coast to Delaware
Monday, but the USGS's instruments did not detect earthquakes in the region.” The rumbles were exactly 2 hours apart.
- The Outer Banks Voice, March 17, 2015
— “This Monday, March 16, 2015, we had another terrifying shaking of the house, this time I was at my home. I just knew it had to be an earthquake because it did something that I have only seen during a real earthquake at my home and that is it made the sliding glass door panels all bow in and out very rapidly. Big 6 and 8’ sliders. This never happens.” But USGS says no quake.
- Resident of Currituck County, North Carolina
March 19, 2015 Outer Banks, North Carolina - Earthfiles first began reporting unusual, unexplained loud booms, metallic and trumpet sounds in North America and other parts of the world in 2011. One of the puzzling facts is that very few places have had any seismic activity recorded by the U. S. Geological Survey. And yet, the thousands of people throughout North America, who have experienced the booms say that at least one side of their house shakes hard, rattling windows and floors and spooking dogs, cats and other animals. Adding to the puzzle is that some ear listeners think the booms are coming from below ground, while others think it’s coming from the sky above.
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