On December 19, 2019, unusual activity was recorded at Arboletes mud volcano in Colombia.
Some powerful degassing occurred in the middle of the crater sending bubbles of gas to the surface.
I don’t know if such powerful bubbling is only a sign of an imminent eruption of it is an explosion itself:
In any cases, I wouldn’t like living in one of those ‘houses’ in the vicinity of that Colombian mud volcano.
According to experts, this phenomenon is normal and occurs once a month, or every two to three months – they actually don’t know.
The mud volcano is located in the Santa Fe de la Plata corregimiento and has had eruptions in 2006 and 2010.
The volcano forms a dome of 600 meters in diameter for a height of 8-10 meters, with two summit mouths, with respective dimensions of 50-60 meters and 3 meters in diameter. It’s a very well-known tourist destination for the medicinal benefits of its mud, which allows people to float and swim on the surface. Continue reading Strange Sounds or visit Steve Quayle.