Mystery Booms are being heard in Wheat Ridge, Putnam and Other Locations
Once again mystery booms have been reported and it seems as the booms are increasing in numbers and intensity, still the phenomenon remains unexplained.
Colorado: January 18 - Residents in North Routt County, Colorado are still trying to figure out what caused some homes and a fire station to rattle from the Clark area all the way to the shores of Steamboat Lake on Thursday morning.
Arkansas: January 20, 2018 - Hundreds of reports of a loud “boom” were sent to the Commercial via social media. A few minutes later, residents in the Magnolia area, some 108 miles southwest of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, reported similar sounds, which some residents south of Pine Bluff reported shook their homes.
Pennsylvania: January 21, 2018 - Wyomissing police investigates an “extremely loud boom” that shook homes, rattling roofs and walls in Pennsylvania.
Na Danu district, Thailand: February 8, 2018 - Two mysterious booms rattled 61 residents in Na Danu district on February 8. The mystery deflagrations were so powerful they produced cracks in the walls, windows and doors of buildings, terrifying people working inside.
Putnam and northern Westchester counties: February 8, 2018 - Many residents of Putnam and northern Westchester counties woke up with a loud bang possible produced by a minor 2.2M quake that hit three miles northwest of Mohegan Lake in Yorktown, Putnam Valley. The tremor sounded like very loud thunder, houses, doors and windows rumbled.
Wheat Ridge: February 8, 2018 - Once again mysterious booms and this time it happened in Wheat Ridge on February 8, 2018.
Many people posted on social media about loud booms or “explosions” being heard in the City, bordering Wadsworth east to Sheridan, and from W. 26th to W. 38th Ave.
There are reports are of a single loud boom that shook homes and apartment complexes and set off car and business alarms. Some callers said they saw a flash of light
While Wheat Ridge police have received some reports of loud noises, they do not have any reports of property damage or injury, and the locations of these incidents vary across a large area of our city.
The police are baffled as to what could be causing the booms. They say they have not gathered enough evidence to locate a source.
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