Loud booms are actually usual on New Year's Eve. However, I think that all the rockets and fireworks have already exploded two or three days after! So what are these mysterious booms heard and felt across the US in the first days of 2015?

Yesterday, mystery booms have been reported across the US from Texas to North Carolina, California to Indiana and Georgia, so literally all over the country. Freaky, isn't it?

Lucy banks shared on the DSW Scanner's Facebook page: "Loud booms in Euless, Texas just now lots of them started off really loud and then got quieter." On the same thread Kim Walk Prazak reports another boom in Keller, Tx. Any ideas about their origin?

Jennifer Whitacker reports 2 loud booms again, the first was louder than the second in Indiana. Just remember that the New Madrid fault lies right under this state. Is the next big one around?

And here Becky Forrester Garrison reporting mystery loud blasts across northern Georgia more precisely in NW Forsyth. They sound like blasting and usually (but not always) occur at night. They occurred yesterday at 1am.

Joshua D. from Gamewell, North Carolina heard another loud boom at about 7:50 pm Sunday night, Jan. 4, 2015. According to him, a similar boom rocked the area one week ago! One of his friend suggested that it might be sounds from a small earthquake. Any ideas?

Finally, on January 2, 2014, 3 loud booms shook houses in Victorville at about 3:30 a.m, , but the source of the sounds remains a mystery. Fireworks?

Comment: Don't forget the one reported in Bingham County, Idaho (actually two, a week apart)

Finally here's a compilation of unidentified strange noises around the world by Enigma Seeker: