#1
Ok, we just had a siren sound off near by at 2:30AM, no storms in the area.

Do they test these at night, or is there a particular reason for this? Sounded like the one the nearby quarry uses, but it wasn't in that particular direction... so maybe a fire station?... but no audible sirens from the firetrucks, so? Um? Lol, got me all paranoid now, definatly sounded like one of those Federal Systems style of horn/alarm. Hope we ain't get'n invaded! LMAO, j/k but ... seriously?
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#2
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#3
2005 yet posts like 2014.
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#4
I don't know. However, I just learned that if you get your standard home fire alarm wet it will go off.
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#5
Was there a thick fog outside and ash falling from the sky? Also, is there blood coming out of the walls now?