CLINTONVILLE - After three nights, the unusual booming and shaking is becoming more common in Clintonville.
"All night long we're hearing the rumblings, the booms going on," said Steve Shelton of Clintonville.
With no answers on the horizon, Shelton is thinking about what to do.
"I asked my wife, should we look into earthquake insurance perhaps," said Shelton.
He is one of a growing number of people in the community who want to know a cause sooner rather than later.
"It's the unknown that really scares a lot of people, including myself," said Shelton.
"Nobody seems to know," said Tom Mitchell of Clintonville. "It could be terrible, it could be bad, it could be good, who knows."
"It's obviously frustrating more than anything," said Lisa Kuss, Clintonville's city administrator. "We obviously don't want people to feel unsafe or insecure in their community and in their homes."
City leaders spent the day rechecking possible causes for the mysterious booms. Now they hope to catch them in action. Video cameras and audio recordings have been set up on shakeable items in hopes of documenting the unusual rumblings.
Some residents say instead of waiting for the booms to happen again, they are debating alternate plans.
"Do we just go away until all this is settled? Or do we stick around and see what happens," said Shelton.
City officials have kept in contact with geology professors at UW-Madison.
No professionals have been to Clintonville yet.
Kuss says there are plans to have an engineering group from Green Bay possibly come to Clintonville on Wednesday morning.
People are being asked to call police if they do hear, see or feel anything unusual.
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