Massive Gash Opens Near Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains

gash in the earth

Is America falling through the cracks?  It appears within the last couple of weeks that a gash occurred in Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains.  By range finder, an estimate is 750 yards long and about 50 yards wide.  Geographical surveyors are disillusioned to the cause of what made this happen.  They know America is becoming more seismic through the years from fracking and such.

For a more thorough explanation of the crack’s origins, a Geological Survey crew would need permission to examine the area.

“All we have seen is pictures since it is on private land,” said Chamois Andersen, Wyoming Geological Survey’s public information specialist. “It’s hard to assess without someone on the ground looking at it.”

Andersen said “there is some speculation” that the chasm was triggered by “an early, wet, spring and summer.”


Yellowstone Park in Wyoming not too far away!  Is it coincidence or mere speculation that something big is getting ready to happen in Wyoming?

Yellowstone National Park is located in the western United States. It spans 3,472 square miles (8,987 square km). Ninety-six percent of the park is located in the state of Wyoming, another three percent is in Montana, and one percent is in Idaho.

The Yellowstone Super Volcano, is one of the biggest super volcanoes in the world. This super volcano covers a span of 34 miles by 45 miles and has a magma chamber that is 55 miles wide! If this volcano erupted full-scale, it would cause millions of deaths in the region and could cause a global climate change. 640,000 years ago this volcano erupted and ash covered almost all of the North American continent. Imagine the type of impact that would have today. Now, when you look at Old Faithful, beware what lies beneath.


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