Sunday, December 2, 2012

Unknown Loud Boom Rocks Southeast kentucky (UPDATE)

Loud Boom rocks Southeast Ky
A loud boom sound was heard last night (12/01/12) in southeast Kentucky. This was heard in Harlan and Leslie counties,but it is unknown how many other counties or people heard this noise.
The booming sound occurred between 12:00 and 12:30 Saturday night. Some had originally thought that an explosion may have occurred at the Liggett mines but upon further investigation this was not the case.Some people said they felt a little shake to the ground as well.

The Kentucky State Police was contacted but they said didn't have any information on what it was or what caused the loud boom sound.

David Mcgill of Harlan County Emergency Management said "HCEM has not been able to find what caused the boom that happened last night we are continuing to look in to it .."

So what could it have been? well that remains somewhat of a mystery. In the last few weeks Kentucky has had some earthquake activity in this same area. It is somewhat common to hear booms and noise before earthquakes but no earthquake was reported or recorded on this night.
It makes me wonder if this was some kind of prelude to an upcoming earthquake. Also one can probably rule out aircraft due to the large area the unknown sound covered and the high mountain peaks.

Anyone with information on the unknown sound can email  me at thecryptocrew@kih.net

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UPDATE -  I have now confirmed that this loud boom sound was heard in Bell county,Ky. It was heard in the blackmont area and like others they thought it was a mine explosion. Which was not the case. This Loud boom sound remains a mystery. The loud boon has now been confirmed to be heard in at least 3 counties.
   


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1 comment:

  1. Government agencies ruled out aircraft or possible sonic booms, and there were no reports of gas explosions, possible meteors, or even a bomb explosion. For residents in these areas, the mystery remains.

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