Mon, 12 Nov 2012 08:53 UTC
Alongside the mysterious "booms" which were recently heard and felt all across the Pee Dee region of South Carolina, it appears that there were also reports of these same types of incidents occurring much farther north, this time in Manchester Township, New Jersey.
According to an NBC 10 report, broadcast on October 5, 2012, residents who experienced the event said that both the noise and the impact felt exactly like an explosion, with many stating that the impact actually shook the windows of their home.
NBC 10 conducted interviews with several of the Manchester Township citizens who all agreed that the sound and impact was akin to an explosion, with some interviewees stating that the "booms" were strong enough to frighten them awake.
One resident stated that, although he can routinely sleep through thunder, he actually believed that his car had hit something. Another woman who was interviewed said the booms were so loud she thought the house next door had blown up.
However, this is not the first experience Manchester Township citizens have had with the mysterious "booms." In fact, over the last few months, residents have experienced these booms several times.
Police seem to be as baffled as the residents, stating that there is an ongoing investigation, but that there is no explanation they can put forward at this time.
Although, as NBC 10 noted, the Lakehurst military base is located near Manchester Township, the news crew contacted the base and were told that there were no explosions on the base on the date that the residents experienced the booms.
The Manchester Township incident, in addition to the incident which occurred in the Pee Dee region of South Carolina, bears a striking similarity to yet more mysterious "booms" which occurred all over the state of Michigan in June of this year.
Whatever it is, the only thing that is clear is that no one who has experienced the booms can explain what they are.
Perhaps what should be even more concerning, however, is that no answers are coming from anyone who may be in a position to know what these booms might be.
If someone does know, they certainly aren't telling anyone else.
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