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More strange sounds heard in the skies of Mexico City, Mexico

Strange sounds in Mexico City
© YouTube/Roberto Mejia
This time the sounds are different. It was really difficult to capture them since the noise from the highway was too loud, so I captured them in a few videos. It started at around 3:30 am, the videos were captured at around 4:00 am, the sounds stop and return as you can tell in some of the videos.


Sott Exclusive: Mysterious boom heard in the Tampa Bay area of Florida, military jets blamed

Mystery boom in Tampa Bay, FL
On December 9th, around 2:00 pm, another mysterious boom was heard in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. Residents reported that the boom triggered car alarms, shook windows and houses. In an interview with WFLA, one resident stated that the sound 'moved a glass door in his home about a quarter of an inch'.

Here's a recording of the boom:

For comparison, this boom (and flash of light) was heard in Bridgewater, New Jersey on November 2nd:

Alarm Clock

Strange trumpeting sound heard in Manitoba, Canada

Strange noises Alberta, CA
© YouTube/Scotticorn
Tell me what you think?

Candy Cane

'Strange noise in the sky' recorded in Palmetto, Florida

Strange sounds in Palmetto, FL
© YouTube/Erik Rowan
Strange noise in sky, November 27, 2017 in Palmetto, FL.


'Horns or trumpets' heard in the skies of Edmonton, Canada

Trumpet sounds in Edmonton, CA
© YouTube/Queen Mea
November 9th, 2017 at around 2:30 pm My daughter and I heard what sounded like horns or trumpets being blown in Edmonton Alberta Canada.

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Nonsense: USAF claims supersonic aircraft responsible for mystery booms heard near Fort Hood Texas

supersonic aircraft mystery booms

The USAF claims supersonic aircraft on secret missions are causing the booms, yet such mysterious booms are being reported worldwide.
The loud and unexplained sounds have been heard dozens of times across the country from New Jersey to Colorado for months.

In mid-November, shocked residents in Alabama were left so alarmed by the noise they even called the cops to investigate.

They dubbed it the "Bama Boom", saying it was so powerful it actually shook houses and left windows rattling.

However, NASA and the US Geological Survey said they had no idea what was causing the booms, saying they could only theorise.

Comment: The sounds have been heard in numerous areas of Alabama. The National Weather Service has said that it did not appear that earthquakes were involved. Meteorites and sonic booms have been floated as possible causes.

Comment: These loud booms often coincide with earthquake like shocks and are rattling nerves around the world with increasing regularity. They are probably associated with the dramatic rise of fireballs and meteors which have been increasing each year exponentially! For more background on the increased asteroid and fireball activity - including its causes, effects, and role in human history, see: Earth Changes and the Human-Cosmic Connection.


Strange trumpeting noises heard in Alabama

Strange sound in the sky
It was in November 9, 2017 Something bigger chiming and we still we don't know. Some strange noise from the sky - really great experience for any one hearing......

Comment: Coincidentally, there have been a spate of 'strange sounds' heard in Alabama recently. On November 14th, a mysterious loud 'boom' was heard across North Alabama. On November 24th and 26th, more booms were heard and recorded: Another unexplained boom heard in Alabama (Update).


'Weird horn noise' heard coming from the sky

Weird horn noises
© YouTube/Hayley Freeman
It lasted for like 2 hours and originally I thought it was a plane but then at 11:11 a.m. it stopped, with no fade. Just went completely silent.


Mysterious 'skyquakes' continue around the world with few answers to their origins

Across the world, the sky is quaking with mysterious, explosive booms leaving residents rattled and baffling experts trying to determine their origins.

More than 64 different incidents involving loud, unexplained booms worldwide have been reported in 2017, according to a recent NY Post report.

The most recently reported skyquake in the U.S. occurred near Daytona Beach, Florida, on Dec. 3, prompting nearby residents to search for answers on social media.

Birmingham, Alabama, residents experienced a similar event last month, which local media dubbed the "Bama Boom."

The "Bama Boom" occurred on Tuesday, Nov. 14, around 1:30 p.m. local time, according to Fox News.

Ornament - Red

'Sky trumpet phenomena' heard in Pennsylvania

Trumpet sounds in PA
© YouTube/Nick Wilkes
Caught the "sky trumpet" phenomenon while walking back to my dorm from the Subway in California, PA. Conspiracy theorist say that these are a sign of the apocalypse.

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