by Paul Seaburn November 7, 2017 (mysteriousuniverse.org)
• Northern New Jersey is hearing regular booming sounds, while San Diego is experiencing ground-shaking explosions that no one, including the military, can explain.
• A NJ man recorded a flash of light right before the boom on his home video surveillance camera.
The big, bizarre booms are back in New Jersey after barely a week of respite, while residents of San Diego County in California are wondering how many more times this year they’re going to have to put up with mysterious ground-shaking explosions that no one in positions of authority can seem to explain. It’s tough to point fingers when they’re plugging your ears but let’s see who the culprits might be. (Don’t start shouting “Aliens!” … yet.)
According to the local Patch.com site, residents of Bridgewater in Somerset County, New Jersey, reported hearing a loud boom on the night of November 1st at around 8:30. The Bridgewater Police reportedly received numerous calls but no cause was immediately determined. However, resident Philip Vicari checked his home video surveillance camera and found a recording of a flash of light right before the boom. As of this writing, no official explanation has been given.
That’s disconcerting for New Jersey residents who are still waiting for an explanation for a mysterious boom on October 24th at about 10:30 am in Wildwood on the far southeastern coast. The U.S. Geological Survey reported no seismic activity at the time and the military gave no indication that it was responsible or knew the cause.
The latest Jersey boom was followed a day later by another mysterious morning explosion in San Diego County. Again reported by Patch.com (the up-and-coming go-to news source for all things boomish), the November 2nd blast was heard across the densely populated California county with the majority of the reports coming from the eastern and southern portions. Eyewitnesses compared the sound to someone walking on the roof but were more concerned about the shaking, which ranged in intensity from a semi-truck passing to an earthquake.
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