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Strange Thunder in Western Ky last night.... anyone else?

 
Indigo~Luna (OP)

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01/24/2010 04:18 PM
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i KNOW what rolling thunder sounds like...

but when you hear a low rumble that sounds far away and then gets close and closer and louder and louder and EVERY single window in the house shakes for over 10 seconds and you tense up and cringe because youre sure its a meteor or plane about to come through the roof... uh thats a little different...i have called several friends and they agree that it wasnt some random rolling thunder..

weather changes...crazy times

if you didnt hear it then plz dont try to tell me what it is

Exactly right the way you described it. NW Ohio here. I thought it might be an earthquake. We know what thunder sounds like.....but it wasn't like any thunder I've ever heard.
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yes exactly!! I literally thought that the house would explode or implode..

thanks for sharing! hf
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01/24/2010 06:32 PM
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Heard it in Louisville Ky as well. Thought the lightening was also odd. When I would see a flash it was almost like a flash of fire rather than light. I've noticed odd weather for years but most people just accept it. The sound of thunder has definitely changed in the last 10 years.
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I just found this. Go look before the information moves off this page.

There were two little bitty. 1.0 earthquakes. One near KY/TN border and another near me on the AL/TN border!

So no wonder the thunder sounded so loud and strange to us all.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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1.1 2010/01/21 05:08:44 36.335 -84.136 18.1 4 km ( 3 mi) S of La Follette, TN
MAP 1.6 2010/01/20 15:17:01 36.535 -89.641 6.4 3 km ( 2 mi) NW of Marston, MO
MAP 1.9 2010/01/18 20:01:37 35.060 -86.486 9.7 13 km ( 8 mi) SE of Fayetteville, TN
MAP 2.3 2010/01/18 07:32:32 35.525 -89.941 5.6 10 km ( 6 mi) W of Gilt Edge, TN
One of the most important aspects of conspiracy theories is being able to discern when there isn't one.

Oh yeah, like you'd understand anyway.

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I am from Southwestern Pa and we had the Same thing here last night (march 20th, 2011) not sure of the time but it was after midnight. I have lived here all my life.

I have watched and listened to storms as long as I can remember. I lived on a mountain top with acres of farmland stretching around me and I became well acquainted with nature. Well last night I heard normal thunder with lighting-then this strange low rumbling that had a constant wave like resonance which continued at the same pitch for long intervals. This happened several times throughout the storm.

It kind of made the hair raise on the back of my neck and it disturbed me. Of course so much so that I had to do an internet search to see if I was the only one. It had a pulsating sound that reminded me of a babies heartbeat during an ultrasound. That woh woh sound but low with a rumbling vibration.

Something is going on that is not normal. Many are concerned about HAARP, others a pole shirt, still others say invasion. All I know is that it was not something I want to hear again because it scared me a bit.

The following video is the best representation I have heard yet.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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03/21/2011 04:14 PM
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Re: Strange Thunder in Western Ky last night.... anyone else?
I am from Southwestern Pa and we had the Same thing here last night (march 20th, 2011) not sure of the time but it was after midnight. I have lived here all my life.

I have watched and listened to storms as long as I can remember. I lived on a mountain top with acres of farmland stretching around me and I became well acquainted with nature. Well last night I heard normal thunder with lighting-then this strange low rumbling that had a constant wave like resonance which continued at the same pitch for long intervals. This happened several times throughout the storm.

It kind of made the hair raise on the back of my neck and it disturbed me. Of course so much so that I had to do an internet search to see if I was the only one. It had a pulsating sound that reminded me of a babies heartbeat during an ultrasound. That woh woh sound but low with a rumbling vibration.

Something is going on that is not normal. Many are concerned about HAARP, others a pole shirt, still others say invasion. All I know is that it was not something I want to hear again because it scared me a bit.

The following video is the best representation I have heard yet.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Been away for a while,has this been posted yet?

Two very weird phenomena stories out of the Florida beginning on March 9 when residents in Flagler County located on the east coast of Florida reported a loud noise–’very strange sounds’ that lasted ‘up to 20 minutes’. [Video, which is pretty amazing, below] Nine days later, one day before the Super Moon, scared Floridians near Tallahassee, located over 200 hundred miles to the northwest of Flagler County, reported the ground and buildings shaking.

[link to deathby1000papercuts.com]

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