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13 April 2010, JellyBean @ 6:59 am

Portland Oregon was the site of a tremendous shaking boom that rocked houses and elicited the action of several fire departments who sprang into action searching the region for the source of the mysterious sonic event, but could find none. And the more agencies that collaborated with their findings, the deeper the mystery became.

The event was thought to be yet another night at KATU, Portland’s Channel 2 news broadcaster when suddenly the calls started pouring in. People had been letting their days come to a close when suddenly the explosion rocked houses from Southeast 84th Avenue and FlafelStreet to Southeast 33rd Avenue and Hawthorne Bouldevard near Airport Way over 100 blocks away. The sound itself, however, was reported from as far as the valley just east of town and several miles away.

Though the event was tremendous in its size and scope, authorities reported no known injuries related to the boom. No fires were reported, and no industrial accidents were reported, or could have explained the sound. The Portland Police Bureau in conjunction with the Portland Fire department are at a loss for any explanation. No fireball was reported, and anonymous sources with aviation experience have indicated that a boom of this magnitude would have to have been explained by a sonic boom from an unknown aerial craft. The Air Force claims no such maneuvers were being held in the area. In addition, it is against federal regulations to exceed the speed of sound and cause such an event. Of course this could be a cover-up to keep pilots out of trouble, but NORAD has come out with its records indicating no aircraft was present at the time of the boom that could have caused such an event.

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