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AUSTIN (KXAN) - Several KXAN viewers called Sunday morning after vibrations in a North Austin neighborhood woke people and stumped law enforcement.

Rick Kieffer lives In the Harris Branch subdivision and says he woke up around 7:30 am to the back of his house vibrating. Kieffer says two of his neighbors said they were also experiencing the same unusual constant-rumblings.

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lol typical lazy austin people sleeping till 7:30am, he would still be sleeping if not for the vibrations. Damn The latest I have slept was 6am
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good vibrations is a beach boys sound right?
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Thread: URGENT I WAS JUST OUTSIDE AND I BELIEVE THE ENTIRE AREA AROUND ME DROPPED A FEW INCHES INSTANTLY

this happened to me yesterday i am a little of south of austin.
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are you near la grange texas?
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All this because the streetsweeper drove thru the nieghborhood
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just a massive cloaked ship going by.. nothing to worry about here... move along now.
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Someone put new batteries in the community vibrator.
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Haha lmao
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Or maybe the Balcones Fault zone is becoming active.

Last night was a very wierd thunderstorm in Austin - cloud to cloud lightening. It was very beautufil to watch. Totally strange, however, was the fact that there was a 5 second pause between lightening straight above your head and the crack of thunder, suggesting very high altitude static discharges. Couples with vibrating ground.... HARRP?
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This is true, I was up watching it, wondering the same thing about the delay in thunder.
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Or maybe the Balcones Fault zone is becoming active.

Last night was a very wierd thunderstorm in Austin - cloud to cloud lightening. It was very beautufil to watch. Totally strange, however, was the fact that there was a 5 second pause between lightening straight above your head and the crack of thunder, suggesting very high altitude static discharges. Couples with vibrating ground.... HARRP?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1488678


That thunderstorm was wild last night. I have not experienced a storm like that in some time - kicked my garden's ass with the wild, strong wind. I appreciated the rain though, so I'm not complaining.

I live in SE Austin, and I've heard strange sounds over the past six months on three seperate occasions. They seem to be originating from the southeast, and my boyfriend heard them on one occasion as well, so I know I'm not crazy.

They're not overwhelmingly loud, and they're not like the sounds you hear on the youtube videos. It's more like... well, the closest thing I could compare it to is the sound of something hollow being dragged over rocks. Maybe like a large fiberglass boat or huge plastic container being dragged over river rock. It's definitely not a metallic sound, but it is very rumbly and deep sounding, and tends to go on for 15-30 minutes intermittently.

All I can say is that the Edwards Aquifer is HUGE and most of Austin is over it. I pray that it does not collapse in places, creating sinkholes.
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What the frak was that?

eq
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AUSTIN (KXAN) - Several KXAN viewers called Sunday morning after vibrations in a North Austin neighborhood woke people and stumped law enforcement.
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That's not hard to do, usually.
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Or maybe the Balcones Fault zone is becoming active.

Last night was a very wierd thunderstorm in Austin - cloud to cloud lightening. It was very beautufil to watch. Totally strange, however, was the fact that there was a 5 second pause between lightening straight above your head and the crack of thunder, suggesting very high altitude static discharges. Couples with vibrating ground.... HARRP?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1488678


That thunderstorm was wild last night. I have not experienced a storm like that in some time - kicked my garden's ass with the wild, strong wind. I appreciated the rain though, so I'm not complaining.

I live in SE Austin, and I've heard strange sounds over the past six months on three seperate occasions. They seem to be originating from the southeast, and my boyfriend heard them on one occasion as well, so I know I'm not crazy.

They're not overwhelmingly loud, and they're not like the sounds you hear on the youtube videos. It's more like... well, the closest thing I could compare it to is the sound of something hollow being dragged over rocks. Maybe like a large fiberglass boat or huge plastic container being dragged over river rock. It's definitely not a metallic sound, but it is very rumbly and deep sounding, and tends to go on for 15-30 minutes intermittently.

All I can say is that the Edwards Aquifer is HUGE and most of Austin is over it. I pray that it does not collapse in places, creating sinkholes.
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I live in Hallettville, Tx. It is south east of Austin. The thunderstorms here last night had the same delay. There would be cracking lightening hitting the ground right outside the house and then no thunder following. Sometimes not for 2-3 mins. It was very strange. We also here this sound at night. We are 8 miles into the country from town. It is just as you describe but very low in frequency too. Almost as if you can barely pick the sound up outside but once you go inside it gets louder and more distinct. No it isn't coming from the house either. You could almost point to the direction it is coming from it seems. But I guess the foundation of the house picks it up off of the ground or something. It is very strange.
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I thought of this. . . Probably what it is then. . .
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Or maybe the Balcones Fault zone is becoming active.

Last night was a very wierd thunderstorm in Austin - cloud to cloud lightening. It was very beautufil to watch. Totally strange, however, was the fact that there was a 5 second pause between lightening straight above your head and the crack of thunder, suggesting very high altitude static discharges. Couples with vibrating ground.... HARRP?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1488678


That thunderstorm was wild last night. I have not experienced a storm like that in some time - kicked my garden's ass with the wild, strong wind. I appreciated the rain though, so I'm not complaining.

I live in SE Austin, and I've heard strange sounds over the past six months on three seperate occasions. They seem to be originating from the southeast, and my boyfriend heard them on one occasion as well, so I know I'm not crazy.

They're not overwhelmingly loud, and they're not like the sounds you hear on the youtube videos. It's more like... well, the closest thing I could compare it to is the sound of something hollow being dragged over rocks. Maybe like a large fiberglass boat or huge plastic container being dragged over river rock. It's definitely not a metallic sound, but it is very rumbly and deep sounding, and tends to go on for 15-30 minutes intermittently.

All I can say is that the Edwards Aquifer is HUGE and most of Austin is over it. I pray that it does not collapse in places, creating sinkholes.
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I live in Hallettville, Tx. It is south east of Austin. The thunderstorms here last night had the same delay. There would be cracking lightening hitting the ground right outside the house and then no thunder following. Sometimes not for 2-3 mins. It was very strange. We also here this sound at night. We are 8 miles into the country from town. It is just as you describe but very low in frequency too. Almost as if you can barely pick the sound up outside but once you go inside it gets louder and more distinct. No it isn't coming from the house either. You could almost point to the direction it is coming from it seems. But I guess the foundation of the house picks it up off of the ground or something. It is very strange.
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Oh wow! You hear that sound too??? I had wondered if it was possibly somehow someone near by dragging a garbage can across rocks or something, but if you're 8 miles out of town and you hear it too, it must be something else.

THABK YOU for posting. It's nice to have confirmation that someone else in the vicinity is hearing it. It is, as you say, very low frequency and hard to pick up. I only hear it when I sit out in the garden after midnight or so - after the traffic has died down. Also, I agree it sounds like it is coming from the ground.
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Or maybe the Balcones Fault zone is becoming active.

Last night was a very wierd thunderstorm in Austin - cloud to cloud lightening. It was very beautufil to watch. Totally strange, however, was the fact that there was a 5 second pause between lightening straight above your head and the crack of thunder, suggesting very high altitude static discharges. Couples with vibrating ground.... HARRP?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1488678


That thunderstorm was wild last night. I have not experienced a storm like that in some time - kicked my garden's ass with the wild, strong wind. I appreciated the rain though, so I'm not complaining.

I live in SE Austin, and I've heard strange sounds over the past six months on three seperate occasions. They seem to be originating from the southeast, and my boyfriend heard them on one occasion as well, so I know I'm not crazy.

They're not overwhelmingly loud, and they're not like the sounds you hear on the youtube videos. It's more like... well, the closest thing I could compare it to is the sound of something hollow being dragged over rocks. Maybe like a large fiberglass boat or huge plastic container being dragged over river rock. It's definitely not a metallic sound, but it is very rumbly and deep sounding, and tends to go on for 15-30 minutes intermittently.

All I can say is that the Edwards Aquifer is HUGE and most of Austin is over it. I pray that it does not collapse in places, creating sinkholes.
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I live in Hallettville, Tx. It is south east of Austin. The thunderstorms here last night had the same delay. There would be cracking lightening hitting the ground right outside the house and then no thunder following. Sometimes not for 2-3 mins. It was very strange. We also here this sound at night. We are 8 miles into the country from town. It is just as you describe but very low in frequency too. Almost as if you can barely pick the sound up outside but once you go inside it gets louder and more distinct. No it isn't coming from the house either. You could almost point to the direction it is coming from it seems. But I guess the foundation of the house picks it up off of the ground or something. It is very strange.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1509126


Oh wow! You hear that sound too??? I had wondered if it was possibly somehow someone near by dragging a garbage can across rocks or something, but if you're 8 miles out of town and you hear it too, it must be something else.

THABK YOU for posting. It's nice to have confirmation that someone else in the vicinity is hearing it. It is, as you say, very low frequency and hard to pick up. I only hear it when I sit out in the garden after midnight or so - after the traffic has died down. Also, I agree it sounds like it is coming from the ground.
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Why would you be sitting out in a garden after midnight?
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Or maybe the Balcones Fault zone is becoming active.

Last night was a very wierd thunderstorm in Austin - cloud to cloud lightening. It was very beautufil to watch. Totally strange, however, was the fact that there was a 5 second pause between lightening straight above your head and the crack of thunder, suggesting very high altitude static discharges. Couples with vibrating ground.... HARRP?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1488678


That thunderstorm was wild last night. I have not experienced a storm like that in some time - kicked my garden's ass with the wild, strong wind. I appreciated the rain though, so I'm not complaining.

I live in SE Austin, and I've heard strange sounds over the past six months on three seperate occasions. They seem to be originating from the southeast, and my boyfriend heard them on one occasion as well, so I know I'm not crazy.

They're not overwhelmingly loud, and they're not like the sounds you hear on the youtube videos. It's more like... well, the closest thing I could compare it to is the sound of something hollow being dragged over rocks. Maybe like a large fiberglass boat or huge plastic container being dragged over river rock. It's definitely not a metallic sound, but it is very rumbly and deep sounding, and tends to go on for 15-30 minutes intermittently.

All I can say is that the Edwards Aquifer is HUGE and most of Austin is over it. I pray that it does not collapse in places, creating sinkholes.
 Quoting: ~fish out of water~



I live in Hallettville, Tx. It is south east of Austin. The thunderstorms here last night had the same delay. There would be cracking lightening hitting the ground right outside the house and then no thunder following. Sometimes not for 2-3 mins. It was very strange. We also here this sound at night. We are 8 miles into the country from town. It is just as you describe but very low in frequency too. Almost as if you can barely pick the sound up outside but once you go inside it gets louder and more distinct. No it isn't coming from the house either. You could almost point to the direction it is coming from it seems. But I guess the foundation of the house picks it up off of the ground or something. It is very strange.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1509126


Oh wow! You hear that sound too??? I had wondered if it was possibly somehow someone near by dragging a garbage can across rocks or something, but if you're 8 miles out of town and you hear it too, it must be something else.

THABK YOU for posting. It's nice to have confirmation that someone else in the vicinity is hearing it. It is, as you say, very low frequency and hard to pick up. I only hear it when I sit out in the garden after midnight or so - after the traffic has died down. Also, I agree it sounds like it is coming from the ground.
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That thunderstorm was wild last night. I have not experienced a storm like that in some time - kicked my garden's ass with the wild, strong wind. I appreciated the rain though, so I'm not complaining.

I live in SE Austin, and I've heard strange sounds over the past six months on three seperate occasions. They seem to be originating from the southeast, and my boyfriend heard them on one occasion as well, so I know I'm not crazy.

They're not overwhelmingly loud, and they're not like the sounds you hear on the youtube videos. It's more like... well, the closest thing I could compare it to is the sound of something hollow being dragged over rocks. Maybe like a large fiberglass boat or huge plastic container being dragged over river rock. It's definitely not a metallic sound, but it is very rumbly and deep sounding, and tends to go on for 15-30 minutes intermittently.

All I can say is that the Edwards Aquifer is HUGE and most of Austin is over it. I pray that it does not collapse in places, creating sinkholes.
 Quoting: ~fish out of water~



I live in Hallettville, Tx. It is south east of Austin. The thunderstorms here last night had the same delay. There would be cracking lightening hitting the ground right outside the house and then no thunder following. Sometimes not for 2-3 mins. It was very strange. We also here this sound at night. We are 8 miles into the country from town. It is just as you describe but very low in frequency too. Almost as if you can barely pick the sound up outside but once you go inside it gets louder and more distinct. No it isn't coming from the house either. You could almost point to the direction it is coming from it seems. But I guess the foundation of the house picks it up off of the ground or something. It is very strange.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1509126


Oh wow! You hear that sound too??? I had wondered if it was possibly somehow someone near by dragging a garbage can across rocks or something, but if you're 8 miles out of town and you hear it too, it must be something else.

THABK YOU for posting. It's nice to have confirmation that someone else in the vicinity is hearing it. It is, as you say, very low frequency and hard to pick up. I only hear it when I sit out in the garden after midnight or so - after the traffic has died down. Also, I agree it sounds like it is coming from the ground.
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Why would you be sitting out in a garden after midnight?
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To talk to the plants, of course! But seriously, when you live in a densely populated urban area, the middle of the night is the only time when things are realtively quiet and peaceful, and that's when I most enjoy the garden and watching the toads and stuff. And, I tend to be a night owl anyway.
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I am in eastern ontario and about a month ago, felt the entire house vibrate, felt like a small eq centered close by. However there were no reports of an EQ.

My husband felt one the other day. I don't think he believed me that I had felt one in the first place and now he most certainly does.

Wtf is going on?
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That thunderstorm was wild last night. I have not experienced a storm like that in some time - kicked my garden's ass with the wild, strong wind. I appreciated the rain though, so I'm not complaining.

I live in SE Austin, and I've heard strange sounds over the past six months on three seperate occasions. They seem to be originating from the southeast, and my boyfriend heard them on one occasion as well, so I know I'm not crazy.

They're not overwhelmingly loud, and they're not like the sounds you hear on the youtube videos. It's more like... well, the closest thing I could compare it to is the sound of something hollow being dragged over rocks. Maybe like a large fiberglass boat or huge plastic container being dragged over river rock. It's definitely not a metallic sound, but it is very rumbly and deep sounding, and tends to go on for 15-30 minutes intermittently.

All I can say is that the Edwards Aquifer is HUGE and most of Austin is over it. I pray that it does not collapse in places, creating sinkholes.
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I live in Hallettville, Tx. It is south east of Austin. The thunderstorms here last night had the same delay. There would be cracking lightening hitting the ground right outside the house and then no thunder following. Sometimes not for 2-3 mins. It was very strange. We also here this sound at night. We are 8 miles into the country from town. It is just as you describe but very low in frequency too. Almost as if you can barely pick the sound up outside but once you go inside it gets louder and more distinct. No it isn't coming from the house either. You could almost point to the direction it is coming from it seems. But I guess the foundation of the house picks it up off of the ground or something. It is very strange.
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Oh wow! You hear that sound too??? I had wondered if it was possibly somehow someone near by dragging a garbage can across rocks or something, but if you're 8 miles out of town and you hear it too, it must be something else.

THABK YOU for posting. It's nice to have confirmation that someone else in the vicinity is hearing it. It is, as you say, very low frequency and hard to pick up. I only hear it when I sit out in the garden after midnight or so - after the traffic has died down. Also, I agree it sounds like it is coming from the ground.
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Why would you be sitting out in a garden after midnight?
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I was out three times last night between 1am and 4am with my dogs.... watching the spectacular lightning/thunderstorm was hoping to see the Supermoon and get a picture of the full moon with lightning. but oh well.
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Yep.
Most likely scenario.

Vibrations = machinery.
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Nuke powered drilling machine...gulf access bound.
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the earth is creaking and groaning under incredible stresses. a supermassive earthquake is imminent, these sounds are warning signs of that. there is an extra-terrestrial (not meaning aliens or ufos) element to all this. time and space, convergence and disturbance. more to follow.
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who cares texas wanted to be a separate state so let them bes226
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the earth is creaking and groaning under incredible stresses. a supermassive earthquake is imminent, these sounds are warning signs of that. there is an extra-terrestrial (not meaning aliens or ufos) element to all this. time and space, convergence and disturbance. more to follow.
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yea-Satan is being booted out heaven-he will be with us soon.
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I'm in Fort Worth and kind of... saw? the vibration when i was looking at my shell windchime at around 1:30pm today. freaked me right the f*ck out! couldn't really feel it but it was a steady vibration that lasted at least a few minutes, then i lost interest. there's supposed to be drilling since we leased our mineral rights. there was also a train going by a little over a mile away- can freight trains cause that?
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Energy. Don't understand it, but it's been going on for YEARS. Something to do with the soul.
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the earth is creaking and groaning under incredible stresses. a supermassive earthquake is imminent, these sounds are warning signs of that. there is an extra-terrestrial (not meaning aliens or ufos) element to all this. time and space, convergence and disturbance. more to follow.
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yea-Satan is being booted out heaven-he will be with us soon.
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Uhhh...look around you. Don't you think he is already here?

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