| Mysterious Sounds Cause a Ruckus in Washington DC Suburb
Local residents in Cheverly, a suburb of Washington DC are seeking help from the University of Maryland to figure out what is causing the town's mysterious loud booms. According to locals the mystery of the unusual sounds is not new, but has, in fact, been going on for years — decades even. For Cheverly mayor Mike Callahan the mystery is undefinable, and he accepts the phenomenon as a "fun fact" that brings the town together. "The booms are one of our amazing little mysteries that drive us closer together," Callahan told local station NBC4. "You know, every community has its lore, has its myths." While the mayor looks on the brighter side, not all residents feel cozy about the mysterious noises. Cheverly resident Nikki Greco has taken matters into her own hands by keeping track of the booms, which, according to her, sound like a Mack truck ramming into her house. For Greco, the loud booms are not just inconvenient, but an issue that has begun to dig into her bank account. The