South Africa, Arizona and Antarctica are Cracking Open

Is our planet breaking apart? Every day brings a new report about a mysterious or not-so-mysterious giant crack in the ground opening somewhere around the world. Three of the biggest and possibly most devastating are in South Africa, Arizona and Antarctica. What’s the latest status on them and which side should you be on? Fissure in Northern Cape, South Africa Let’s start in South Africa where a massive crack opened on January 6, 2017, between the cities of Daniëlskuil […] Read More

The Big Horn Mountains are Sliding Down a Mysterious Hole

The Bighorn Mountains stretch 200 miles from northern Wyoming to southern Montana and reach a height of 13,175 feet (4,016 meters) … minus the section that is disappearing down a mysterious crack that suddenly opened at the south end of the range. What caused this hole to open so quickly and deeply? Why are there so many of these cracks and why are they being kept secret? The massive and mysterious crack – some are calling it “The Gash” […] Read More

Another Piece of Eastern Europe Goes Down a Mysterious Hole

  First there were the mysterious craters appearing in northwestern Siberia, including some accompanied by flashes of light and one that may have had a spaceship at the bottom. Next, the city of Novokuznetsk in a different part of Siberia was hit by a slow-moving landslide that was followed by multiple craters opening up. Now there’s news from Ukraine that a huge hole has mysteriously appeared that is threatening to swallow a small town. What’s eating away at Eastern […] Read More

Dozens of new craters appear in Siberia

Siberia found itself at the center of one of last year’s biggest mysteries when a number of large holes started to appear in remote areas of the country back in July. Researchers spent months investigating the phenomenon and determined that the release of gas hydrates brought about by rising temperatures was the most likely explanation. Now however it turns out that the craters may be a lot more widespread in the region than had been previously believed. “We know […] Read More