Clintonville: Dozens Of Louder Booms Rattle Town Again – March 28, 2012


Clintonville today: The booms have returned in Clintonville, reportedly louder and longer than before.

“Between the times of 10:35 and 10:50 p.m., we received 60 phone calls from residents indicating that they were again hearing very loud, booming, rumbling-type noises,” said Clintonville City Administrator Lisa Kuss.

“Some were indicating that it was even louder than it was last week.”

Last week, Kuss announced that geologists had discovered earthquakes of as high as 1.5 on the Richter scale in an area not known for them.

According to Kuss, these may have been more powerful, and extended for a longer period of time.

“Someone indicated that it seemed worse than last week. It also appeared that the rumbling duration lasted longer,” said Kuss, who explained that the quakes of recent weeks had subsided over the weekend.

“It seemed like it was a little bit different in duration. Clearly, the intensity is back, whereas Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, there (were) no events that generated that volume of calls.”

Kuss tells us that the U.S. Geological Survey had not given any information yet to show that these were earthquakes.

“As of this point, they have not seen anything that they can tell, but what we learned last week was that there was quickly a delay in the information, because they don’t have a lot of permanent stations here.”

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.”

The fact that the booms are continuing to rattle the town will only increase suspicions that the earthquake explanation was merely a cover story for something else. Experts also expressed doubt at the official explanation, with Wisconsin-Madison geophysics professor Clifford Thurber suggesting the booms are originating from only about 100 feet below ground, ruling out the earthquake theory. Speculation as to the true source of the booms has raged. Explanations vary between everything from secret military tunneling to carbon sequestration, which has been known to cause artificial earthquakes in the past. Earthquakes in Wisconsin are extremely rare. The largest took place in 1947 immediately south of Milwaukee, but its magnitude was not recorded. The quake shook buildings but was relatively minor and caused no injuries. For the same area of the town of Clintonville to be hit by two separate earthquakes in the space of a week is virtually impossible, unless the cause is man-made.

Beside the possibility of secret military tunneling, we refer also to other possible causes of  the mysterious booms –read our previous articles: Yellowstone Supervolcano + Strange ‘Rumbles’ in Clintonville Wisconsin Explained  and Dozens of plumes erupt – 10 states at the same time, USA – March 26, 2012

Source and author:    * Info Wars  Clintonville

9 responses to “Clintonville: Dozens Of Louder Booms Rattle Town Again – March 28, 2012

  1. Deborah Hart

    We have put men on the moon, we have ipods and Kindles and smartphones, all that do more than their human owners can! We have HAARP and Cern, and GPS devices that can find a bee in the outback! But we CAN’T freakin’ figure out where all of these 4explosives and ominous noises are coming from? Come ON!


  2. Deborah Hart

    Please forgive the type-o.


  3. Internet is still being dumb and my phone is sssslllllooooowwww

    Sent from my iPhone


  4. This did not surprise me when I woke up and saw this story. “IF” it is noises being caused by the increased solar activity and how it affects our magnetic field, this could go on for another year, even into 2014 from what I have read up on. So get your earplugs ready and try not to panic.


  5. I have family in the area…one is a city engineer…they are having fun with this, tho he acts like he has no idea what’s causing the quakes.


  6. “Others [terrorists] are engaging even in an eco-type of terrorism whereby they can alter the climate, set off earthquakes, volcanoes remotely through the use of electromagnetic waves… So there are plenty of ingenious minds out there that are at work finding ways in which they can wreak terror upon other nations…It’s real, and that’s the reason why we have to intensify our [counterterrorism] efforts.” *


  7. What I find strange is the name of the town, Clintonville. Clinton. Hmmmmm. Is someone mad at Bill or Hilary?