https://okgeosurvey.wordpress.com/2019/ ... c-anomaly/“What is that?” asked Dr. Walter, pointing to the seismograms displayed on a flat screen TV hanging on the wall of the OGS seismic lab. There were a series of red marks that indicate automatic picks by the computer as potential earthquakes. However, these marks were spaced very regularly, so regularly that at first glance they looked like some sort of mechanical noise. The problem with that assumption was that they were showing up on stations all across the state, all at the same time. Anything that widespread is usually associated with a correspondingly large scale event, like an earthquake. This pattern we were seeing looked nothing like an earthquake, or even a series of earthquakes.
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Since I think something may be brewing in the Quinton, Oklahoma area...I did some digging and found this jewel of an article!!! Had to be the FIRST post in "Paranormal and Ghosts Thread"!!! YAY ME! Oklahoma Geological Survey has NO clue sooooo it's definitely paranormal!!! Must be ghosts, or aliens in my humble opinion!