Tucson Mystery Booms Solved


Posted by AzBlueMeanie:

Giorgio-Tsoukalos-not-saying-its-aliensThe "big story" in the City of Tucson: mysterious loud booms heard over the Tucson valley around 7:45 p.m. on Wednesday night. Tucson atwitter over loud boom tonight.

I got news for you Inspector Clouseau, there was also a similar loud boom earlier in the morning — it shook the windows in the building I was in. How'd you guys manage to miss that one?

Anyway, our crack reporters have been unable to confirm what caused these mysterious loud booms. It's time to call in Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, the publisher of Legendary Times who appears in the History Channel's Ancient Aliens and UFO Hunters.

It had to be aliens … "It's the only logical conclusion."

K-GUN 9 News video below the fold.

UPDATE: Buzzkills . . . a fact-based, rational, scientific explanation to a perfectly good alien conspiracy theory. Luke F-16 produced boom that rattled windows in Tucson.

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  1. We heard the one in the morning as well, and two around the same time in the evening (7:35ish). We went out to see if it was a crash.