SPARTANBURG Co., .S.C (WSPA) -- The Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office is investigating multiple explosions in neighborhoods in the Duncan area.
Homeowners are banning together to do what they can to stay safe.
A hole in the grass exposing dirt marks the spot where neighbors say something exploded with such force it shook their homes.Yet it's just one of many explosions.
"It feels like we're being bullied," Dusty Walulik said.
It's a sentiment felt by Dusty and many of her neighbors.
Dusty described the explosion as a bright light that shook the house and ground.
"It's knocked things off the wall in people's homes - it definitely shakes the windows and shakes the doors."
The noise is so loud, it can be heard in neighboring subdivisions.
Powerful vibrations are making those closer to the point of impact uneasy.
Justice Walulik deals with the explosions the best way he knows how. "When I'm awake during that time when it's late I'm always like prepared because like I know it's going to come," he says.
Neighbors keep in touch and share information online. The small explosions have been consistent since last spring. Residents say they usually happen between 9 p.m. and 2 a.m.
It's a new normal - at least for now.
Residents have filed several police reports, putting the incidents on the radar of the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office and neighbors hope they'll bring it to an end soon.
"Hopefully, it's just kids that are just getting their kicks out of letting the explosions go," Dusty says.
No individuals or animals have been hurt in any of these explosions.
The message is If you see something, say something.
Any piece of information can be helpful.
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