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‘Shaking Booms’ Snapped Trees in Half Days Before Indiana Radiation Incident

by Christine Kane, Activist Post

It was recently reported that a rather significant, concerning, and mysterious spike in radiation occurred in the north Indiana / south Michigan area, causing widespread alarm throughout the nation.

Not only are the reports of the radiation spike concerning in and of itself, but the appearance of military helicopters, aircraft, and Department of Homeland Security Hazmat fleets is also generating some raised eyebrows.

Reports are continuously coming out updating on the event occurring throughout June 6-7, with locals reporting on a series of explosions, house-shaking rumbles, and even large trees being completely snapped in half on a clear day just days before.

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9 comments to ‘Shaking Booms’ Snapped Trees in Half Days Before Indiana Radiation Incident

  • Paul Prichard (Paper Bear)

    Nuts, the YT account that loaded this video has been terminated already.

  • GoodOleBoy

    Yes, definitely something strange here. They might have deleted the account but it will still get out. Whoo hoo for Obummer’s most open government ever.

  • Hman

    The vid is not working with a message “account has been terminated”

  • rudenewt

    From the radiation network site…

    Update: 6/7/12, 7:45 A.M: – False Alert: The alert level reading last evening appears to be a false alert from an equipment malfunction. Here is the station’s report:

    “out of control readings on the GeigerGraph screen from about 11:30pm local time that occurred while sleeping. My apologies to all. I have no idea what caused this. Shut down GeigerGraph and restarted. Readings from the Geiger were in the normal range (the Geiger operates on A/C). All cable connections are tight and not loose. Am speculating between the GFI and USB Adapter and some sort of voltage spikes. The uninterruptable power supply UPS had lost power and had died – a tripped GFI. I am not going to leave the system running while not at home until I can determine and fix the problem.”

    By the way, a handful of stations on the Radiation Network feed simultaneously to the Black Cat Systems network, which explains why a high reading was showing on their network at the same time. But Black Cat works in uR/hr instead of CPM, so their radiation level was lower because of the conversion factor between units of measurement.

  • bohica

    thre are people living in that area- if something went down why arent they on the ‘net, yt, fb, even? we should be having mul;tiple reports, local MSM outlets?

  • PitBull Pappa

    I live in north west Indiana just outside of Chicago and there have been no such noises and/or shaking booms. I don’t know where this story is coming from but being a hospital worker I can tell you no one has come into the ER’s in my area with symptoms of radiation poisoning either. I’m starting to see more and more of these kind of fabricated stories showing up on the internet recently and I find it sad.

    Keep stack’n & go long…

    PBP

  • david

    wonder if this is related to the wisconsin booms

  • south bend resident

    I live IN South Bend, Indiana. I did not hear any “large booms.” No one I have talked with heard any “large booms.” So far, I haven’t found or heard of any 60 foot trees snapped in half. I think some people should ground their children off of the computer for a while!!!

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