On March 4th at about 9:15 AM, a mystery shaking rattle homes and nerves in Central California.
No earthquake registered on any U.S. Geological Survey reporting equipment, but over 70 calls came in to 911 reporting the rattling.
If it wasn’t the ground, was it the sky?
According to the Orange County Register, a sonic boom shook Southern California at 9:15 p.m. Tuesday, almost exactly 12 hours earlier than the Central Coast rattle. Bob Dollar of the USGS reviewed seismograms from Tuesday night’s event in Orange County and stated “These data are consistent with a sonic event coming onshore near Dana Point and traveling northward inland”.
The Federal Aviation Administration said it was searching through flights its employees monitored Wednesday morning to find if it was a supersonic jet.
Remember, a sonic boom was reported on February 15th in the area of the Texas Fireball.
Could the Tuesday night and Wednesday morning booms have been similar objects?