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Louisiana: Possible Meteor May Have Hit Ground Near Camp Minden Causing Underground Bunker Explosion

“WEBSTER PARISH, LA (KSLA) -The Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office confirms an underground bunker exploded late last night at Camp Minden. There are no reports of any injuries or deaths. The explosion site was discovered right at sun-up.

Chief Deputy Bobby Igo says the bunker belongs to a company called Explo. Authorities said they would have more information at a 9 a.m. news conference at Camp Minden, but that news conference was postponed until 11 a.m., and then canceled with no explanation given.

Igo says the underground bunkers are designed to send any blast up instead of out to lessen the shock wave impact.

State Police, the Webster Parish Sheriff’s Office and the military will investigate exactly what happened.

Earlier in the morning, Sheriff Gary Sexton said there was a ‘possibility that a meteor did hit the ground’ in the area, but deputies had not pinpointed an exact location.

KSLA News 12 viewer Shana Levick tells us she was driving on I-20 by Dixie Inn when she saw the sky light up a bright orange color. She said she could see what appeared to be small fire sparks above the tree lines.

Another witness near Dixie Inn told KSLA News 12 photographer Cody Jennings that he saw something flash across the sky streaming from the west or southwest direction. That witness also reported seeing a bright flash that lasted for a while.

Late last night and into this morning, we began hearing from people who heard the explosion just before 11:30 p.m. from areas including: Minden, Doyline, Haughton, South Bossier and Shreveport. Callers are also reporting seeing a bright light flash in the sky when they heard the boom.” Read more.


  1. 10/16/2012 at 12:39 PM

    Red tides,earthquakes too numerous to count, volcanos, strange noises, meteors, time is running out. I’m looking up!


    • Anonymous
      10/17/2012 at 8:25 AM

      Jesus told the disciples in Matthew 24 that these things would happen prior to the end of days. As each day passes, these events continue to increase. Believing in God and faith in Jesus Christ is the ONLY answer, in my opinion.


  2. 10/16/2012 at 3:42 PM

    Maybe it wasn’t a meteor, but this type of thing: http://www.examiner.com/article/sinkhole-explosive-methane-officially-life-threatening-residents-not-told

    Or maybe the meteor caused methane to ignite.

    Darn dinosaurs and plants from Noah’s flood keep releasing gas.


  3. ICA
    10/16/2012 at 4:16 PM

    Looks like the possible meteor impact may have instead just been the explosion itself. Witnesses seeing something flashing across the sky may have been seeing debris after the explosion.

    The sinkhole problem is worrisome.


  4. 10/16/2012 at 5:44 PM

    Or was it a MISSLE..


  5. jhpace1
    10/17/2012 at 7:45 AM

    What’s the difference between an “unknown, Act-of-God meteor strike on an undisclosed military instillation that didn’t do any disclosed damage”, and “a successful test of the ‘rods from God’ or ‘smart crowbar’ space-to-earth weapon system almost hit one of our important military installations”?

    The difference is how the mainstream press covers the results.


  6. Anonymous
    10/17/2012 at 8:03 AM

    Do you really need a 30 second introduction?


  7. Paul H. Boner
    10/17/2012 at 8:21 AM

    The location looks to be right in alignment with the New Madrid fault line. Have those Spetznaz boys, who never returned home after the Colorado exercises, been at work again?


  8. dazz
    10/17/2012 at 1:26 PM

    How about some common sense? Or learning to think rationally?
    Govt behind it. Recall the horrible raging wildfires in Colo earlier this summer? They too, were said to have been ignited by multiple ‘meteorites’. Sure. One is rare, but several at once in the exact same spot? People wake up and get off your religious opiates. Sounds like another Ben Fulford saga where the Virginia and Colo quakes of 2011 were caused by underground nukes detonated by aliens.



    • Anonymous
      10/17/2012 at 8:50 PM

      One of the things I love about this site is that we all bring diferent views to the table for discussion. One thing we don’t do is make fun of each other because someones opinion is different. I choose personally to follow the Bible that’s one reason I keep coming here. I am not delusional; just on fire for Christ. I did read your link and frankly it didn’t offer any serious explanation. Thanks for sharing. God bless.


      • Anonymous
        10/17/2012 at 8:52 PM

        Sorry I posted as anonymous having tech issues. But it’s iamnotashamedofthegospelofchrist.


  9. BillybonesIII
    10/17/2012 at 2:20 PM

    The msm does cover some of the more obvious shennanigans of the petroleum and power compamies. I’d be concerned if my local power company stored millions of cu ft of benzine or nat gas under my home as they are doing in the Louisiana region.(After all the salt that has been extracted)
    The last article a few days ago indicated that (if ignited) a possible blast 100 time that of Hiroshima.

    As a younger man back in the 50’s I worked in an underground gold mine. When we extracted the ore from a quartz vein we had to back-fill with waste rock or gravel brought in from the surface. Even then, there was settling earth movement as the fill was compressed by the tremendous pressures down at that level (1500 – 4000 below the surface in solid rock. Now, think for a moment, the volume of crude oil extracted over the years (their term is in the millions of bbls a day) – and they don’t back-fill in that industry.

    Common sense says that sooner or later that region has to settle.

    As for the southern USA – how may years have they been pumping crude out of the earth? Same goes for the area round Saudi Arabia.

    This isn’t “mother earth’ complaining folks, it’s the earth that God created compensating for our mismanagement. Or, in common terms, our rape of the earth’s natural resources.


  10. scott
    10/18/2012 at 11:48 AM

    I believe it was a meteor from space. The wrath of God raining down on places of evil. I will pray that God will continue to rain down fire and brimstone on places where evil plots against his children occur. Thank you Lord, let it rain.


  11. Willard
    10/18/2012 at 3:21 PM

    Being an old oil man having worked the ME oil fields I have been saying for many years now that the production of hundreds of millions of barrels of oil over the last 60 plus years it will be this massive pressure reduction of the earths interior that may well be the cause of the worlds biggest earth quake just as the OT describes.

    scott :
    I believe it was a meteor from space. The wrath of God raining down on places of evil. I will pray that God will continue to rain down fire and brimstone on places where evil plots against his children occur. Thank you Lord, let it rain.


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