SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA – People in and around Southport and Oak Island heard and felt a boom Tuesday night, October 17, 2017 around 8:15 p.m. Some said the loud boom shook their homes. It was heard and felt all along the Cape Fear coast.
According to Steve Kerr, Deputy to the Commander at MOTSU, there were “no training exercises, detonations or explosions at Sunny Point” Tuesday night. “We do not conduct training exercises here at Sunny Point.”
Additionally The First Alert Weather Team reported that no sonic boom-like activity was spotted on the radar during the reported time frame.
So what was it?
Perhaps there is another explanation.
Since the entrance of Planet X (Nibiru) into the inner solar system in 2003, the incidence of loud booms heard not only in the United States but around the world has been on the increase. Per the Zetas of ZetaTalk, Earth is being stretch and bounced around like a ball. Add to this, the Earth wobble. Particularly in stretch zone areas, rock is pulling apart or snapping, creating these loud booms and jolts to the areas above.
Residents describe how intense the booms and jolt was:
- One reports that it rattled windows (and nerves), and felt like a tree hitting the house.
- Many others say it was more like an explosion than a boom and definitely different than the loud booms they typically hear.
- Another resident who lives in St. James describes it as “Almost like a pressure wave. Our sliding glass doors bowed out, almost broke.”
Some residents questioned whether the boom came from Military Ocean Terminal Sunny Point (MOTSU). However, as mentioned above, MOTSU public affairs office said they were not doing any type of testing at the time.
So then, just what was it? As the time of the pole shift nears, expect to hear a lot more about “loud booms and shaking.”
But, as always, you be the judge of that!