STORY BEFORE FOOTAGE - So i was walking with my dog in the evening just before sunset, we were travelling into vast fields of nature to escape common modern view. By accident I found a pond. It catched my interest since i saw a waterhole in the middle of it. Usually people drills waterholes in their ponds where fish lives, at winter time, so fish can breathe. I thought i will see some fishes and stuff...
But as soon as i came closer, i noticed that it was evaporating. You can't see this in the video since i was filming with my phone which has #ty camera. When i stepped on that frozen pond, farther away from that waterhole (where i was standing) ice was 20 centimeters thick or even more. And that waterhole looked like it was melted with fire or something... You can see around that waterhole that there is snow or maybe ice particles blasted away from the center of this waterhole. What was underwater there is still unknown to me. It is not volcanic activity. In the middle of Europe there are no volcanos or underground volcanic currents. Plus water would be boiling.
There are no pipes in the middle of nowhere, so not a damaged pipe... Natural Gas or oil? Impossible, it is not hot and why only the part of this whole pond is melted just above this thing/activity-reason? I don't know anymore.
You should poke it with a stick
Maybe the guy can go back and poke it with a stick
BruchoMetal4Ever1 month ago
+Bernard Coldwell Well i could go back there and see if that things is still there, but i got sick the next day after i filmed it so, i don't want to go back there just right now. Plus, when you look at it with your own eyes it looks in a way scary. I have showed this video to lots of people, people who should have a clue of what it might be, but they were as shocked as i was. This whole waterhole was evaporating, i could see gas coming from it, that is why i pulled my hand over it to see if it was hot, but it wasn't. Sadly you can't see with this camera that it was evaporating too. But still it is not volcanic. No steaming bubbles, and it is centered, self contained, some kind strange physics work there, it pulls dirt and mud over it, and pulls it away, as if it has a shape, or form. I am still unclear of what that might be.
reply to post by Kukri
i agree about the hot spring, we have plenty near timmins. but what the hell is the red stuff in the center. Ive never seen that in any of our springs. Maybe the guy can go back and poke it with a stick..... haha primitive i know.