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thedailywhat:

Unexplained Phenomenon of the Day: The city of Clintonville, Wisconsin, has been unable to explain a series of loud noises that started earlier this week and have occurred multiple times since.
The sounds have been described by locals as resembling “thunder, fireworks or someone slamming a heavy door.”
Officials have set up recording equipment in an effort to find the source of the “booming sounds” that have reportedly roused residents from their sleep. That effort has been unsuccessful thus far, as has every attempt to explain away the mystery with manmade causes.
City administrator Lisa Kuss said they have so far ruled out water, sewer, gas, landfill, military, and mining-related origins, as well as known geological phenomena.
vibration-detection devices, set to be installed by Friday, will be used to determine the clamor’s episcenter.
A city meeting has been called for 6 PM this evening. A Q&A session will be held, but Kuss has already acknowledged that there is no new information to disseminate at this time.
[fox11 / madison.]

Huh. My aunt lives up there… I might have to give her a call tonight.

thedailywhat:

Unexplained Phenomenon of the Day: The city of Clintonville, Wisconsin, has been unable to explain a series of loud noises that started earlier this week and have occurred multiple times since.

The sounds have been described by locals as resembling “thunder, fireworks or someone slamming a heavy door.”

Officials have set up recording equipment in an effort to find the source of the “booming sounds” that have reportedly roused residents from their sleep. That effort has been unsuccessful thus far, as has every attempt to explain away the mystery with manmade causes.

City administrator Lisa Kuss said they have so far ruled out water, sewer, gas, landfill, military, and mining-related origins, as well as known geological phenomena.

vibration-detection devices, set to be installed by Friday, will be used to determine the clamor’s episcenter.

A city meeting has been called for 6 PM this evening. A Q&A session will be held, but Kuss has already acknowledged that there is no new information to disseminate at this time.

[fox11 / madison.]

Huh. My aunt lives up there… I might have to give her a call tonight.

(Source: thedailywhat)

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30 Day Book Challenge: Day 2

A Book That You’ve Read More than 3 Times:

There’s a huge list of those. The main ones, of course, are the Harry Potter books. I’ve read all of them at least twice and most of them three times or more.

Apart from that, I’ve read Pride and Prejudiceby Jane Austen a half dozen times, The Count of Monte Cristoby Alexandre Dumas several times, and Time Enough For Drumsby Ann Rinaldi more times than I care to admit.

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