New Hampshire was shaken by something on Sunday morning. No one knows what or whereabouts.
Many people in the area speculated that it could have been anything, from an earthquake to a misinterpreted gender reveal. However, the truth has not yet been revealed.
According to the USGS, there were no signs of a earthquake on Sunday. According to The New York Times, the most recent in the immediate vicinity was a 1.7 magnitude temblor that occurred south of Rochester on August 22.
WMUR reported that no military flights were observed over the region Sunday, excluding a boom from a supersonic plane.
Also, there were no signs of a Gender-Reveal Disaster, as in April last year, which involved 80 pounds of explosives and shook homes, cracking the foundation of one home.
This leaves us with one option.
John Ebel, scientist at the Weston Observatory, told WMUR that I would search for a natural phenomenon, which is something that enters the atmosphere at a speed greater than sound. Meteor, meteorite. It probably caused enough energy to be released so people could hear it down below.
As of the writing of this article, nobody has reported seeing a meteor or sustaining any damage.
This article was originally published on HuffPost. It has since been updated.