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Louisiana loud boom mystery baffles experts, Report
Louisiana loud boom mystery baffles experts, Report

Louisiana loud boom mystery baffles experts, Report

Louisiana – The source of a loud boom heard at points across the ArkLaTex from Marshall to Keithville to Haughton remains a mystery at this hour.

On Monday, a loud noise was heard just after 4 p.m. by Shreveport residents who described it as sounding like a sonic boom, KSLA-TV reported. According to the local Fox affiliate, callers described their walls and windows rattling.

However, the U.S. Geological Survey said there was no seismic activity in the area. Further, KSLA reported there was no evidence of any explosions or plane crashes in the immediate region.

Now, there may be a new clue.

KSLA’s senior forecaster Mary Mayeaux explained images captured on radar appeared consistent with a debris field and originated in the area where the noise was reported. There was no rain in the area at the time and whatever was caught on radar rose to about 1,000 to 1,500 feet in the air.

Agencies/Canadajournal




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