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Offline jofortruth

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"Unexplained Booms and Violent Shaking Rattle Residents" Clintonville, WI (Northeastern Wisconsin)? Is there a DUMB in the area?
http://www.blippitt.com/unexplained-booms-...isconsin-video/

Clintonville is in Waupaca County:
http://www.wistravel.com/images/pdf/wisconsin-map.pdf
http://www.co.waupaca.wi.us/

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Communities in Waupaca County, WI:   

WaupacaNow
Clintonville
Dupont
Fremont
Iola
Little Wolf
Manawa
Marion
New London
Scandinavia
Waupaca
Weyauwega


I have a copy of Sauders book "Underground Bases and Tunnels - What is the government trying to hide"? On pg 57 & 58 it says:

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In 1975 the Defense Nuclear Agency published a detailed, geological study that discussed dozens of possible sites all over the country for very deeply based military installations -- as much as 5,000 ft. underground.

... It lists: "Mid-West - Northern Wisconsin (general area between Chippewa Falls, Wausau and Florence)"

More on Underground Bases that have been being built for decades all over America:
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=155409.80
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Clintonville is at bottom of map!

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Clintonville, WI Mystery Booms Continue into This Morning - March 21, 2012
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FAl-H0LmkIE


Are the Clintonville, WI "Booms" Related to this event?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i26EurIcX5Y


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I can tell you with 100% certainty that these booms are underground blasting/explosions.  I grew up and lived in a mining town most of my life. I am very familiar with those sounds. When I get back to my hometown in a couple weeks I'll do my best to get the booms on audio/video.

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I can tell you with 100% certainty that these booms are underground blasting/explosions.  I grew up and lived in a mining town most of my life. I am very familiar with those sounds. When I get back to my hometown in a couple weeks I'll do my best to get the booms on audio/video.



Great! Thx!  :)
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http://earthsky.org/earth/mysterious-unexplained-booms-in-alabama-georgia-michigan
Mysterious, unexplained “booms” in Alabama, Georgia, Wisconsin



In separate events, mysterious booms shook residents of Alabama, Georgia, and Wisconsin. So far, government activities, earthquakes, and sonic booms are ruled out.

It is a warm, breezy afternoon with plenty of sunshine. Outside, you can smell the flowers blooming. In the horizon, the sky appears slightly tinted with a green haze as the pollen swarms the air. Birds are chirping, and the bees are flying from flower to flower. Spring has finally arrived. Everything is perfect, and care free. All of a sudden, the serene and peaceful landscape screams….
 
BOOOOOOOM!
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For residents in Alabama, Georgia, and now Wisconsin, this event seems too similar. In parts of these states, residents reported a large “boom” sound, but had no idea what caused it and where it came from. On March 6, 2012 at around 4:30 pm CST, James Spann, chief meteorologist of ABC 33/40 in Birmingham, Alabama began to receive numerous complaints via twitter and facebook from people south of the Birmingham area about a loud noise that shook their houses.

James Spann writes:
 

I had reports of the ground shaking, very loud, explosive type booms, rattling dishes, and shaking windows from about 10 counties across Central Alabama, with the most intense reports from parts of Chilton, Bibb, southern Shelby, and Coosa counties.
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Bottom line: A mysterious boom shook buildings and created a loud sound in various cities in Alabama, Georgia, and Wisconsin.

Earthquakes were ruled out for Alabama and Georgia, but for parts of Wisconsin, the booms were linked and associated with a minor quake. 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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Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5