Maybe it’s the astronauts coming to get us

Posted: March 22, 2012 in Scifi
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As watching the Today show most mornings, I would come across a story which has some scifi twist. The news piece was about strange booming noise in Clintonville, WI. Apparently this has been going on for the past three nights. To add to the spookiness, the intro to the piece has the X-Files theme song playing; hokey…yes. Below is the said video and at the two minute mark is where the title for this blog entry came from.

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Needless to say, I thought the old lady was off her rocker with that statement. After a good laugh, I went looking for this video to post it for your viewing pleasure. However, in the process, I came across other videos which described similar events in other parts of the country and the world. WTF?!?

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I had also found a site which documented these boom events around the world. Click here. The video below is in Spanish but there are English subtitles. This event was in Costa Rica which is tagged on the map above.
I don’t want to think there is more to this like the magnetic poles are shifting or the military experimenting with alien technology or the almighty sending us a message. I want to think that this is just some type of natural phenomena that has yet to be figured out. In the year of doom, thanks Mayans and your stoopid calendar, I feel this will only heighten many fears. All I know is that I will really pissed when this comes to fruition because I will miss the next Star Trek movie as directed by J.J. Abrams.
‘Nuff said

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