A San Antonio resident was surprised one evening by the sound of "loud booms" that could not be attributed to a thunderstorm, according to a recent email sent to TexasUFOs:
FYI- Sat, June 23, 2018, 9:49pm hundred/s of loud booms. We thought it was thunder. We went outside to hear the "thunder". We checked the forecast but there were no storms in the area. Boom every 2 seconds. Very low, broad booms. We live near Babcock & Wurzbach. We have no idea the source of the booms.
In addition to mysterious lights in the sky, mysterious sounds "in the sky" are another interesting phenomenon that TexasUFOs has covered many times. Could this San Antonio resident have heard a sonic boom originating from an aircraft, perhaps even a top-secret military craft, or is something far stranger going on here, and could this be related to other strange sounds heard around the world?
Around the same time, similarly strange "loud booms" were reported by a local in North Carolina.
Other than that, in recent weeks, bright fireballs were seen over Belgium and Russia, and small, possibly artificial seismic activity was reported in Mexico City. However, these places are a good ways from San Antonio, Texas, leaving us to wonder what could have caused these loud booms.
The only way to solve this mystery is to hear from you! Do you also live in San Antonio? Did you also hear these mystery booms? Report it!
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