An outbreak of the infamous 'mystery boom' phenomenon is underway in a Colorado suburb and police say that they are as stumped by what could be causing the sounds.
Residents in the town Wheat Ridge who have heard the enigmatic noise report that it resembles an overhead firework, generally occurs during the morning hours on weekends, and has been happening in solitary bursts since July.
It would appear, however, that the source of the sound may be more than mere pyrotechnics as homes have been said to rattle from the commotion which has even cause car alarms to start.
The ongoing nature of the nuisance reached a fever pitch this week when police in Wheat Ridge acknowledged that they are aware of the weird issue.
More on this maddening, for those who live near the booms, story at the Coast to Coast AM website.