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Morristown,TN Mystery: Residents report earth shaking

 
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Morristown,TN Mystery: Residents report earth shaking
Morristown residents felt the earth shake not once but twice Tuesday, but the U.S. Geological Survey says it was not an earthquake.

The cause of what residents say felt like an explosion is a mystery to officials at this point.

Resident Willie Strange had barely made it through the front door from working all day when he felt his home move around four o'clock.

"Came in and sat down. Flipped the TV on and all at once, it was a jarring explosion. I thought someone had set off some dynamite charge. I could feel the walls shaking," said Strange.

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Re: Morristown,TN Mystery: Residents report earth shaking
Thread: Booms COVER UP.. Due to New Madrid WAKING UP! Dec/Jan review of proof and USGS getting owned!
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Re: Morristown,TN Mystery: Residents report earth shaking
I was in the area and experienced it personally
the initial booms 4PM was a underground cavern collapsing.
It happened last month also.
the ground here is limestone plus there is several mines that run under the whole area.
We had 15 inches of rain since the 1st of the year.
there are several sinkholes opening up plus lots of lower areas have up to 20 feet of water standing, thats a lot of pressure.

The booms later that night was a few people having fun.
they fill those huge 12 foot round cloud-buster balloons with either hydrogen or acetylene and oxygen.
then put a long cannon fuse for 5 minute delay.
then attach several smaller balloons to increase the lift and get them higher.
when the fuse hits the big one the sound is like a loud crack of thunder.

I have known to guys to use 2-3 inch diameter 6-10 inch long PVC pipes filled with black powder and use a cloud buster filled with helium to lift it. That gets the same effect with a deeper boom plus if someone were looking at the right area it would look like an explosion in midair
black powder puts off more fire plus makes lots of smoke.
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Morristown resident, that doesn't sound very good. Mines under you, like a latticework of instability and now sinkholes and collapses.

Noticed any slump in real estate? Not a joke, here (NW rockies) our prices have been stable but not rising throughout the whole housing slump, pretty much at 2007 levels. Real estate is a very local market.

Businesses leaving the area?

How are people responding to these booms and collapses?
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Morristown resident, that doesn't sound very good. Mines under you, like a latticework of instability and now sinkholes and collapses.

Noticed any slump in real estate? Not a joke, here (NW rockies) our prices have been stable but not rising throughout the whole housing slump, pretty much at 2007 levels. Real estate is a very local market.

Businesses leaving the area?

How are people responding to these booms and collapses?
 Quoting: Crazy Harriet


there are several large industrial business closed and moved to Mexico or other states, illegals have taken over half the town.

5 miles from my home I can think of 3 sinkholes in the last 12 months that caused road closures.
One less than 1 mile from the NWS east Tennessee main office and Doppler radar station in a larger industrial park area there was a hold that took 2 lanes of the road and lots of area beside the road. They dug down 50+ feet and poured in rocks and god knows how much concrete to fill it.
It was finished and repaved in October last week the road had sunken in 12ft diameter and 3-4 feet deep in the center at the dame place and the road is closed again. This is the main road in the industrial park
if you use google maps look up the 27877 zipcode and commerce Blvd. then pan west to Jefferson county and you will see a large limestone mining complex 5 miles from that area which has been mining for decades. Then go a few miles north and you will come upon the main part of TVA Cherokee lake of which the mines go underneath. That is a lot of water pressure on those open underground caverns

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