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Huge sub-woofers and a big light show.

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Earth quake lights? Interesting. The Ring video was a good collection of visual effects with bugs also before the sky started lighting up.

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Good video. I know he said it was 40 degrees. But, it looks like heat lightning, distant lightning reflected on the clouds with no thunder. People also said the lights blinked on and off. Transformer? The shaking? Earthquake lights? I don't know. 

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Faulty overland power grid.

Or:

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It looks man made to me.  It would not be hard with the right equipment and if tapped in to the power grid at the right place it could cause the power outage.

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The Native Americans and settlers reported these kinds of lights and hums in the years prior to the New Madrid earthquakes. These types of lights were also seen during and around the time of the earthquakes.

I have seen earthquake lights during the Northridge earthquake in California.

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21 minutes ago, DreadLordAvatar said:

I don’t know, therefore aliens.

Yep.

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Found this on the Ohio history site. So, earthquake lights and a small rumbler might be the cause.

Earthquakes. ... Most of these events have been small, in the 2 to 3 magnitude range, but at least 15 earthquakes centered in the state have caused damage. The largest earthquake in Ohio occurred on March 9, 1937, in western Ohio in the Shelby and Auglaize Counties area.

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31 minutes ago, SpaceBumZaphod said:

Found this on the Ohio history site. So, earthquake lights and a small rumbler might be the cause.

Earthquakes. ... Most of these events have been small, in the 2 to 3 magnitude range, but at least 15 earthquakes centered in the state have caused damage. The largest earthquake in Ohio occurred on March 9, 1937, in western Ohio in the Shelby and Auglaize Counties area.

But was an earthquake reported on this night?  And how do you explain the electricity going off, a small earthquake would not cause that.  I think it is a man made "event".

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THIS IS 99% A POWER GRID SUBSTATION ARCING. IVE SEEN IT HAPPEN SEVERAL TIMES WHERE I GREW UP THERE WAS ONE ABOUT 200M FROM MY HOUSE. I MEAN DUH, THE LIGHTS FLICKERED? OF COURSE THEY DID.

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Amelia and Bethel are 9 miles apart. Clermont county has a several power and generating plants just a few miles to the west of both those cities along the river. https://www.countyoffice.org/oh-clermont-county-power-plant/

It does indeed sound like a power plant especially with the lights flickering and the colors described.

https://www.mapquest.com/us/ohio/amelia-oh-282025562

 

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