CLINTONVILLE - Update as of 7:15 a.m. Wednesday:
We just spoke with the Clintonville City Administrator, Lisa Kuss, here's a timeline of booming reports from overnight.
The police department received about 10 calls around 8 p.m. Tuesday.
1 report at 11:20 p.m. Tuesday.
Quiet until 4:50 a.m. Wednesday, then about 25 calls.
A few more calls around 6:20.
Update as of 6:30 a.m. Wednesday:
A Clintonville resident told us a series of three booms could be heard shortly before 5 a.m. He said more booms could be heard between 5-6:30 a.m. He said they seem to sound like thunder in the distance. He has no plans to leave his home or the city. Click on the video to listen to the interview.
Update as of 5:45 a.m. Wednesday:
The booming is back in Clintonville. It was a relatively quiet night, until about 5 a.m. Wednesday. That's when Clintonville police tell us, the phones started ringing off the hook, they took about 25 calls within minutes, residents reported they heard 3 large booms.
The mysterious booms being felt and heard in Clintonville have subsided overnight.
We talked to Clintonville police at 4:15 a.m Wednesay, they tell us the last report of a boom came in around 11:15 p.m. Tuesday.
Meanwhile, residents are hoping to get some answers about the booms that have been rattling homes.
A public meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Clintonville High School auditorium, where city leaders and residents can talk about the mystery.
On Sunday night, residents started hearing explosion-like noises which shook homes. They were felt Monday and Tuesday also.
Experts are still trying to figure out why this is happening.
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