Gravitational waves are a typically elusive subject of study. Advanced systems to detect these gravitational waves have been designed and built, but interference from various sources prevents gravitational wave detectors on the surface from taking lower-frequency measurements. As such, there is a growing interest in building an underground detector in the future (Mandic, 2008). An array of seismometers have been established to test seismicity at the Sanford Underground Laboratory in the Homestake Mine of South Dakota. The results have been positive: background noise that could affect the gravitational wave detection has been shown to decrease substantially with depth (Harms, J., et. al., 2010).