On Earthfiles.com, Linda Howe reports that on Thursday, February 23, a low rumbling sound was heard in Arlington, Washington, from the morning through the night, growing in intensity at 7 p.m. It was so loud that several of the people who heard it say it vibrated the bones in their chests. Arlington is about 35 miles southeast of a Naval Air Station--could it have been an airplane noise?
Strange sounds, consisting of loud, window-rattling booms, were heard on March 15 in five southeastern Georgia counties. Linda Howe quotes officer Todd Rhodes, of Georgia's Brunswick Police Dept., as saying, "It was a noise that literally shook our home. There was some panic there because you know when you hear that noise as far-reaching as it was--and not only hearing it, but feeling it--you want to know, ‘What is this?'"
But it's still a mystery: The US Geological Survey has no seismic evidence of an earthquake and the Naval Submarine Base in Kings Bay says they "were not conducting any operations that would have caused a sonic boom or explosion."
Since all of these "booms" occurred in military areas, we wonder if they are the result of some new kind of military weapon being tested.
Come meet Linda Howe IN PERSON at our Dreamland Festival in May, where you'll hear an update on her recent investigations of the strange sounds being heard all over the world right now (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to this show AND they'll save 10% on Festival tickets!)