E-DEMOCRACY | The booms return to Minneapolis

Jim Mork: 3:44AM on Sunday, two loud booms. Wonder what it might be. Too loud, I think, to be gunfire.

Susan Winkelmann: I didn't hear the booming noise early this morning, but I have heard these loud booms in the past at least over a year ago. They would happen with regularity. Loud. Loud enough to rattle your house. And then I'd assume there would be some news report and there never was. Very strange.

http://minneapolis.metblogs.com/2010/05/16/boom-goes-the-neighborhood-spring-means-unexplained-explosions-return-to-south-minneapolis/

See the link above as a leftover conversation from last year about the boom noises.

I'd love to know what these noises are! Seems impossible that no one knows.

See thread here.


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    Booms in Longfellow Neighborhoos

    I heard them again tonight, July 6, around 3:45am.  Two loud booms.