Mysterious Booms Return To Clintonville – And They’re Louder

As we have covered time after time – underground noises. . . blamed on non-existing earthquakes.  Once again I believe it to be the shadow government continuing to build underground military bases and facilities for a refuge for the Controllers and their pals against a coming catastrophic real or otherwise   . . . . EDITOR

Dozens of reports overnight puts ‘earthquake’ explanation in doubt

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Police in Clintonville, Wisconsin were flooded with dozens of calls from concerned residents last night after the town was again rattled by a series of booms louder than anything reported to date, despite official assurances that previous reports of the noise were caused by a minor earthquake.

Clintonville police say they received about 65 calls Tuesday night, from people reporting three or four loud booms. Officials say the calls came in from 10:35 until 11:40 p.m,” reports Fox 11.

According to authorities, the booms shook the same part of the town that was hit by a series of similar jolts over the last ten days, but last night residents said they were even louder. The booms occurred closer together and one lasted for a full 30 seconds, according to reports. City officials contacted the USGS in an effort to find answers.

“As of now, there is no confirmation by the USGS of any new seismic activity,” reports WBAY, Clintonville City Administrator Lisa Kuss again blamed earthquakes for the booms, despite the fact that seismic events are extremely rare in Wisconsin.

The booms were first reported on the night of Sunday 18th of March and continued for several nights before apparently abating.

City officials had hoped to bring closure to the mystery after the US Geological Survey reported that the town had suffered a minor 1.5 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday last week. However, residents reacted with skepticism, noting that the booms occurred before the earthquake and were also felt 80 miles away in a different town, a fact that contradicts the USGS’ assertion that “the 1.5 magnitude quake would have likely only been felt within a few blocks around its epicenter.” . . . Read Complete Report

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