Mysterious loud booms reported in Maryville, Tennessee – only 30 miles from Oak Ridge National Laboratory

// August 2nd, 2018 // News

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Mysterious loud booms reported in Maryville, Tennessee–only 30 miles from Oak Ridge National Laboratory

The mysterious “booms’ heard around the country have reached the small town of Maryville, Tennessee. Police say loud booms were reported by dozens of residents throughout the Sandy Springs and Pearson Springs area on July 30, 2018. The booms occurred around 9:30 PM.

The U.S. Geological Survey detected no earthquakes in the area and there were no unusual weather patterns at the time. It is worthy to note however, that Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is only 30 miles northwest of Maryville. ORNL specializes in secret government research projects relate to energy and national security.

Sources: The Daily Times Blount Country, Wikipedia
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