Strange and Unexplained Phenomena in the Usually Normal U.S.

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 0:01 AM
July 31, 2012

We write from time to time about extra-terrestrial activities and unidentified flying objects (UFOs).  Strange metal boxes, unexplained noises, mysterious bubbles––all even in the United States––indicate that strange things are happening on Planet Earth, supporting those who argue that we are not alone!

        Usually one expects mystery phenomenons to be overseas, say in England, land of alien crop designs, or India with its enigmatic red rain, or Peru with its ancient pyramids and hybrid alien-human newborn.  But not in the U.S.

These strange metal boxes, which have no openings or seams, now dot U.S. beaches.   According to Dave Masko of huliq.com, the boxes at the beach in Bray’s Point, Oregon, “can’t be moved, even when yanked by a four-wheel drive truck pulling on heavy chains tied around these humming metal boxes.”

Dr. Bill Hanshumaker, marine specialist at the Hatfield Marine Science Center, at Oregon State University confessed  “I don’t know what they are.”
However, Dr. Hanshumaker did say that the boxes are multiplying with a dozen or so found up and down the West Coast, including Washington and California.

Errol, a Bray’s Point resident and member of the UFO ‘watchers,’ speculates that the boxes may be part of increasing UFO sightings in the area: “The boxes were found the day after several [UFO] sightings and bright lights over Bray’s Point. The boxes have no identification at all.”

As part of the ‘Mysterious Unexplained Noises Being Reported Across the Globe,’ The Extinction Protocol includes “Unexplained noise recorded in Colorado by two hikers in August, 2011 some time before the 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck the state.”  The Truth Behind The Scenes adds that “during a baseball game, strange trumpet sounds heard before the earthquake.”

In a report that shows 144 strange sounds in the U.S. since the fall of 2008 up to June 11, 2012, seektress.com says:  “Reports of unidentified events presenting as loud, unusual sounds coming seemingly from the sky, or everywhere” have come in from around the country.

Officials in Bayou Corne, Louisiana, thought a pipeline leak was causing the mysterious bubbles rising up from Assumption Parish Bayou.  But that is ruled out now, says Assumption Parish Homeland Security Director John Boudreaux.

To complicate investigations about the bubbles, nearby homeowners say the foundations of their houses are shifting, but Boudreaux says he doesn’t know if the two incidents are related.  Meanwhile, he is testing and monitoring the bubbles.

These three events would make excellent plots for Alan Nourse books.  But they are not science fiction.  They are happening now in the good ole U.S.A.  After all, as King Solomon says, “ . . . there is no new thing under the sun (Ecclesiastes 1: 9).” But then, there’s a lot under the sun about which we know nothing!

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