Some residents living in Cleveland's Slavic Village neighborhood are reporting and recording unexplained booms and flashes of light in the nighttime sky at all hours of the evening. Some of the light flashes and explosions have been recorded by home outdoor security cameras and are being posted on YouTube. Some are posting comments on Facebook. In recent weeks, the phenomenon has left residents guessing and speculating. Community activist Edward McDonald said the sonic booms are shaking both homes and the nerves of homeowners in the area of Fleet Avenue. "What I've heard is like a loud bang, like a boom," McDonald said. "It shakes houses, it rattles windows. It hasn't caused any destruction yet, or it hasn't caused any property damage, but it's definitely noticeable."
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