Mystery deepens behind Windsor unusual rumbling noise (via The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond)

A maddening hum in the southwest of the U.S. and now constant rumbling in the northeast. Take out your map of the future North America, kiddies and be afraid…be very afraid. Or maybe just move farther inland.

Let’s hope seismologists and other scientists get this figured out soon. If they’ve just now discovered a hidden river under the Amazon, imagine what’s waiting to be discovered beneath our continent.

Mystery deepens behind Windsor unusual rumbling noise August 30, 2011 – Windsor – For weeks, residents of Windsor, Ont., have been complaining about a mysterious rumbling that is shaking them out of sleep. So far no one — including the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and the federal agency Earthquakes Canada — has any idea why. Al Maghnieh is a city councillor for a vibrating Ward 10. CBC Radio's As It Happens reached him on Friday. -CBC See: The Windsor Rumble [youtube= … Read More

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~ by S.K. Epperson on August 30, 2011.

2 Responses to “Mystery deepens behind Windsor unusual rumbling noise (via The Extinction Protocol: 2012 and beyond)”

  1. I worked in that building across the river from Windsor (the round towers) for many years but never heard the hum. That said, the towers used to sway and creak to the point the window curtains would sway but we attributed it to the wind. The next time I’m in Michigan I’m going to Windsor to experience the vibrations for myself.

    • It has to be something tangible if the man in the video thought it was noisy bass speakers in someone’s car outside. Imagine how you would feel experiencing this day after day and not being able to do anything about it or even be able to explain it. Must be aggravating beyond endurance, sort of the opposite end of the spectrum from tinnitus, where madness lurks.

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