The footage was posted by YouTuber who goes by the name of Kat Martin, and here is what she had to say: Flashes of light coming out of the geyser again, and also after Old Faithful goes off, you will notice that a new area has started streaming off and on. I put a notation on the spot when it starts so you can see it. This has just started recently, and it is not constant, but becoming more frequent in that spot.
In another video that she posted a week prior, you will see something very similar!
Under this video she wrote: There are places s(t)eaming I have never seen steam before….and also note that the bright ground is back. There are no shadows, so it is not from above! As you know the cameras were froze up last night, so we could not see what was going ….or so we thought LOL…I found a way. Somehow (don’t ask me how), the Geyser Observation Study site was able to capture the ENTIRE night with NO freeze ups and cutting in and out….how is THAT? Anyway, I got it and slowed it down so you can see better. Old Faithful had weird seismic last night, and was going off constantly.]
Not only the geysers, but a few weeks prior the Shoshone River changed color and even started boiling, emitting a sulfuric odor. The boiling river is located just East of the National park.
Why is nobody talking about this? You would think if a river that runs directly near a super-volcano started boiling that it would make headlines all over the nation, but no we heard absolutely nothing about it.
If the Super-Volcano were to erupt then it would wipe out nearly 2/3 of the United States, and potentially have a much greater effect than that. The following comes froman article written by Steve Elwart: The Yellowstone Caldera, or cauldron, sits on top of North America’s largest volcanic field. Four hundred miles under the Earth’s surface is a magma ‘hotspot’ that reaches up to just 30 miles below ground level before spreading out over an area of 300 miles across three states.
Over all this sits the volcano.
While most scientists believe the probability of a major eruption is very small, there are signs that have some analysts worried, and most agree the volcano holds catastrophic potential. It could blast 240 cubic miles of ash, rocks and lava into the atmosphere, rendering about two-thirds of the nation immediately uninhabitable, according to some estimates, and plunge the world into a “nuclear winter.”
There are a lot of scary and strange things happening all around the world, open your eyes!