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Experts Puzzle Over Mysterious Flaming Pit In Arkansas As Satan Is Ruled Out

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Experts are trying to determine the cause of flames of up to 12 feet high spontaneously erupting from a pit in Midway, Arkansas. Could it be… Satan? So far, they’ve come up empty. But they know what didn’t cause it. The fire burned for about 40 minutes on Sept. 17 from a hole believed to have been made by animals, the newspaper said. “As far as the spiritual Satan goes, we’ve ruled that out,” “He didn’t come up and stick his pitchfork in the ground and blow that hole out.” Judge Mickey Pendergrass told the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. “But what caused it? I have no idea. There’s no gas lines nearby and there was no smell of natural gas.” He also ruled out a meteor strike, as the 3.5-foot-deep pit had been there for some time.

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“I took a temperature reading of it and it showed 780 degrees inside the hole,” fire Chief Donald Tucker told the Springfield News-Leader. “I can’t think of any geologic situation that would allow that to happen. Not in this area,” Ty Johnson, an Arkansas Geological Survey geologist told KY3. Jim Sierzchula, director of Baxter County Office of Emergency Management, told the News-Leader there used to be a gas station nearby, but there’s no indication that it caused the fire, there were lightning strikes in the area the night before. “What ignited it and what fueled it we still don’t know,” Pendergrass told KY3. “And it may remain forever a mystery.”

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While Weatherman Braces For Hurricane 2 Guys Walk By As If Nothing’s Wrong

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While Hurricane Florence pummeling the Eastern Seaboard, reporters are shooting outdoors in storm-drenched areas to show viewers at home just how serious the storm is. A video of a live segment in North Carolina, shows Weather Channel reporter Mike Seidel making a big splash ― but probably not in the way he’d like. A video segment shows him bracing his feet on where he’s standing, presumably so he won’t be blown over during his segment. There was just one problem: two people walk behind him as though nothing is wrong, ruining the appearance of dire conditions for his segment, while Seidel looks as if he needed to guard against the wind and the rain. Some wondered where the weatherman got his training.

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Many Twitter users suspected the shot was just a teensy bit fabricated. I like the Weather Channel. But look at this guy acting like the wind is about to blow him over as he rocks back and forth. Meanwhile, I guess he missed the guys walking behind him casually talking on their phones. OOPS!! I mean it’s windy sure BUT…… The video reminded people of other times weather people tried to cloud the truth with dramatic license. HuffPost reached out to the Weather Channel, which supplied this statement: “It’s important to note that the two individuals in the background are walking on concrete, and Mike Seidel is trying to maintain his footing on wet grass, after reporting on-air until 1:00 a.m. ET this morning and is undoubtedly exhausted.”

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