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'Unknown phenomenon' reported in Tennessee

By T.K. Randall
September 11, 2021 · Comment icon 19 comments



What caused the mystery explosion ? Image Credit: NASA
Authorities in Tennessee were left scratching their heads at the weekend after reports of a mysterious explosion.
The alarm was raised on Saturday evening when a number of local residents called up the Clarksville Police Department's 911 Dispatch Center to report hearing a loud, unidentified explosion "across many parts of Montgomery County."

The force of the blast was so great that in some areas people reported feeling the ground shake.
The source of such an event should have been relatively easy to track down, however the mystery only deepened when neither the Clarksville Fire Department nor the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office were able to determine what had caused the explosion or where it had taken place.

To further add to the mystery, there were no reports of damage or injuries anywhere in the area.

Investigations into the incident remain ongoing.

Source: Newsweek.com | Comments (19)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #10 Posted by David D Stevens 1 year ago
Barisal guns  
Comment icon #11 Posted by Sir Wearer of Hats 1 year ago
Comment icon #12 Posted by DreadLordAvatar 1 year ago
Comment icon #13 Posted by Mammasbabs 1 year ago
Sky quake perhaps? 
Comment icon #14 Posted by Jon the frog 1 year ago
Sonic boom ? Maybe just a fighter plane going a bit fast...
Comment icon #15 Posted by Cookie Monster 1 year ago
Sounds like a sonic boom
Comment icon #16 Posted by Manwon Lender 1 year ago
The area where this occurred is located in the New Madrid earthquake zone and its possible the following could account for the sounds and shaking experienced. There were loud sounds like explosions before the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811 and 1812. Could this mean another event may occur in the near future, let's hope not. Midwestern U.S. There are accounts of "artillery"-like sounds that were said to have occurred before or during the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-1812 (M 7.4-7.9). High-frequency vibrations from the shallow earthquake generate the booming sound; when earthquakes are deeper,... [More]
Comment icon #17 Posted by Freez1 1 year ago
The sad part is I would bet you are correct.
Comment icon #18 Posted by Manwon Lender 1 year ago
I really hope I am wrong, because the last Earthquake on the New Madrid fault zone was the one of, if not the worst Quake in US History I mean it lasted from 1811 - 1812. The Mississippi River flowed backward for a few hours, can you imagine that, or an Earthquake lasted for almost two Months. So not only could there be an earthquake, but also a Volcanic eruption along with an earthquake I dont think it could get any worst than that. ""The epicenters of the earthquakes were located in an area that at the time was at the distant western edge of the American frontier, only sparsely settled by Eu... [More]
Comment icon #19 Posted by HSlim 1 year ago
Meth lab


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