Resonance in Pelham, New Hampshire
Boston -- Something is going bump in the night in one New England town, and it's waking up the neighborhood.
Pelham, N.H., residents said they have been hearing the mysterious noise since November, but no one knows what it is.
The mystery sound is so loud it's even waking sleeping residents.
"It was a sharp, very loud boom. So loud that I bolted out of bed, came downstairs, looked out the window, couldn't see anything," Pelham Selectman Bill McDevitt said.
The New Hampshire National Guard said they are not holding training missions. The Department of Transportation, Raytheon and BAE also said they do not have any middle of the night projects going on.
These resonant vibrations experienced in Pelham, New Hampshire are caused by the shifting Earth resonance in accordance with the increasing intensity of solar flare activity. Baffled Newport residents can be assured that these flare-ups of infrasound activity will continue to grow in duration and intensity, as witnessed throughout the world at hundreds of other sites which are becoming known as focal points of extremely low, inaudible acoustic humming.
Standing waves of infrasound resonance are focused onto the piezeoelectric limestone of the Pelham bedrock by the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt, which are themselves also mainly comprised of resonant limestone, synthetically created in a fashion similar to modern concrete. Pelham, NH (42.73°N 71.32°W) is 5,425 miles from the Giza plateau - distance that is 21.79% of the Earth's mean circumference.
News reports from Seattle, Washington have recorded this same low-frequency sound in a more pronounced audible beating event which had the whole Puget Sound area asking authorities for an explanation, where none could be found. Audio recordings of the powerful infrasound resonance have been produced by acoustic engineers at another energetic focal point on the planet, in Auckland, New Zealand. Earth booms and humming have also been reported in Llanidloes, Mawnan, Bridlington, Klai, Sydney, Ranchlands, and in the US in Anderson, Kimberley, Pelham, Richmond, Wilmington, Mobile, Knob Noster, Denver, Arroyo Grande and Atwater.