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Question 1: They have been heard frequently on calm summer days in the ________.
Atlantic OceanMediterranean SeaBay of FundyArctic Ocean

Question 2: lower ________ valley: "Moodus noises"
MaineConnecticutRhode IslandMassachusetts

Question 3: Military aircraft (though it cannot explain occurrences of the phenomenon which predate ________ flight).
AerodynamicsSound barrierTheodore von KármánSupersonic

Question 4: In North Carolina, that they are the sound of pieces of the continental shelf falling off into the ________ abyss (but there is no geological evidence to support this)
Arctic OceanPacific OceanAtlantic OceanIndian Ocean

Question 5: Early white settlers were told by the native Haudenosaunee (________) that the booms were the sound of the Great Spirit continuing his work of shaping the earth.
Mohawk nationSeneca nationIroquoisFrench and Indian War

Question 6: On the shores of Seneca Lake and nearby Cayuga Lake, the two largest of upstate New York's ________, these sounds are called the "Guns of the Seneca".
Ithaca, New YorkWayne County, New YorkSeneca County, New YorkFinger Lakes

Question 7: New Lands: A Hypertext Edition of Charles Hoy Fort's Book: Account of Barisal guns observed in 1874, and of some ________ impacts
MeteoriteImpact eventImpact craterMeteoroid

Question 8: Mistpouffers are unexplained reports that sound like a cannon or a ________.
LightningSonic boomSupersonic transportSupersonic







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