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“Like someone slamming the earth with a big machine”
Mysterious booms that plagued several towns in Wisconsin earlier this year appear to have returned, with an eyewitness reporting hearing the strange noises repeatedly over a 30 minute period last night.
Eyewitness: Mysterious Booms Return To Wisconsin 240712top3
The booms, described as a rumbling noise coming from deep underground, stoked intrigue earlier this year and a US Geological Survey investigation after being reported over several weeks in the town of Clintonville. The strange noises were also heard and felt in Baraboo and Montello.
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As if the Clintonville Booms (ha! sounds like a high school
football team) weren’t enough, a hundred miles south of
Clintonville, in Watertown, exploding kitchen floor tiles ripped
through a school cafeteria.
The school was closed for one day and reopened, but once again
there is no explanation for the event.
However, back in Clintonville, one of the mysterious booms has
finally been recorded. The city of Clintonville has release the
It’s been almost 2 weeks since the booming started in Clintonville.
We talked to Clintonville police around 3:45 a.m. Friday, they tell us they only received a few calls last night about possible noises. And the last ones came in before 8 p.m. Thursday.
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USGS says 1.5 earthquake hit town on Tuesday, but reports of booms came in over 24 hours beforehand
City officials claim the mystery of the Clintonville booms is solved with the US Geological Survey’s announcement that the town experienced a series of mini-earthquakes, but residents remain skeptical and probably with good reason – the 1.5 magnitude earthquake occurred over 24 hours after reports of the booms first started to flood in, noises which were also heard in a town 80 miles away.
The saga which has captured national attention began on Sunday night, when police received a deluge of reports about strange booming noises that were described as sounding like underground fireworks, thunder, or someone slamming a heavy door.
For the subsequent four nights the booms continued to be reported, albeit to a lesser extent, prompting a town hall meeting and a promise by local officials to find the cause of the strange noises.
The USGS subsequently announced that Clintonville had been hit by a 1.5 magnitude mini-earthquake on Tuesday at 12:15 a.m, in addition to a subsequent swarm of small earthquakes. The earthquake was not initially detected by the USGS and was only discovered after reports of mysterious booms in Clintonville had attracted national media coverage.
“Clintonville City Administrator Lisa Kuss told the community Thursday “the mystery is solved.” She says the rumbling can be explained by the micro earthquake that struck earlier this week,” reports Fox 11.
However, residents first heard the strange booms on Sunday night, over 24 hours before the first 1.5 earthquake struck.
In addition, the fact that the booms were also experienced 80 miles away by residents of Montello is inconsistent with the mini-quake explanation. Even people relatively close to the epicenter of such a minor earthquake would not feel it in most places, never mind anyone located over 120 kilometers away.