Steve Quayle on the current state of the Yellowstone supervolcano

Popular author and researcher Steve Quayle talks about the current status of the Yellowstone supervolcano which he lives 50 air miles from

MONTANA (INTELLIHUB) — Author and researcher Steve Quayle recently appeared on Hagmann & Hagmann to offer his take on the current status of the Yellowstone supervolcano and recent earthquake swarms in the caldera region.

The famed online researcher said that he is only “50 air miles away” from the Northern Basin and would be the first to warn the general public if magma were to penetrate the surface.

“Yellowstone, in my opinion, is the first wonder of the world [but] it’s as quite as a mouse. […] Yellowstone is the most geological monitored area in the world,” he said, pointing out that the Russians are not going to blow up the volcano anytime soon as some conspiracy theorists have suggested online.

Quayle is currently working on a documentary film which he says will show “every active geothermal, known area,” in detail.

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