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Jun 8 2013
07:51 am

A reader writes that at approx. 9:30 PM last night his family heard a large boom in the Seymour area. "It was heard by several other family members in the same area, about 6 miles apart."

He contacted the SCSO and they advised him that there had been similar reports in the past but that "no one seemed to know what it was."

He goes on to say "This actually shook our windows and vibrated the dining room table. We have heard this before several months ago along with our neighbors. It is not fireworks or gun shots. I am a former police officer and can tell the difference. This seems to sound like it comes from above."

Anyone else hear anything? Wonder if there's any blasting going on in the area. According to the USGS, the only recent earthquake activity in the region was at 6:28 AM yesterday in Sylva, NC. Haven't noticed any military fighter jet activity at the Air National Guard base lately, but they're not supposed to go supersonic anyway.

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F-Stop's picture

It's the ultra secret

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fischbobber's picture

Fighter pilots

Fighter pilots don't always do what they're supposed to during training missions. It would certainly be a logical explanation, though not one I'm sure I'd complain about. Not that I'm paranoid or anything.

Greg H's picture

Karst collapse?

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Up Goose Creek's picture

new developments

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LizaaA's picture

same thing in Columbus Indiana Jun 11 2013

We just heard the same thing in Columbus Indiana at 9:30pm. I was in the shower, but I heard the whole house shake like someone in it knocked over a table. My family said it came from outside. No tree branches fell. We live about 10 -15 miles from Camp Atterbury, a very active military hold/training site.

JaHu's picture

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bizgrrl's picture

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JaHu's picture

Maybe, but it doesn't smell

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