iPhone dropped into Nevada’s Devil’s Cauldron recorded screaming voices

TechRax who is testing new iPhones on their quality and endurance got the idea to drop an iPhone 11 Pro down a super deep hot cauldron hole known as “Diana’s Punchbowl” aka Devil’s Cauldron to see what’s inside the steaming hot water and whether the iPhone would survive, reports ufosightingshotspot.blogspot.com.

Using a drone, he drops the phone into the water for a second time when unexpectedly the phone catches a pretty eerie sound that sounded like screaming voices, like ‘help me – help me’ according to TechRax who couldn’t believe what he has heard.

Although the creepy sound remains a mystery, we may wonder whether the ‘Devil’s Cauldron is a portal to a secret underworld, a supernatural world of the dead below the world of the living.

The Devil’s Cauldron, is a geothermal feature located on a small fault in Nye County, Nevada. The spring is exposed through a cup-shaped depression about 50 feet (15 m) in diameter at the top of a dome-like hill of travertine about 600 feet (180 m) in diameter.

The screaming voices start at 6.00:

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Jake Carter is a researcher and a prolific writer who has been fascinated by science and the unexplained since childhood.

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  1. What could be causing that audio? If it isn’t the drone being distorted, I wonder if it’s because of the shape of the vents in the spring.

  2. It’s not likely an actual gate to hell. I heard a story kinda like this one, back when I was a fourth grader, in ’96. Some idiot had gone to a really, very deep hole in the ground, took a strethescope with him, went to the edge to listen, and see what he could here. I was told that he heard screams, so, … I mean, this is a really old story.

  3. cool so the first iPhone you were testing is now sitting at the bottom of the cauldron? leave no trace mothafuckers!

    • Of it’s a gate to hell and theres a bottom and the recording stopped was because the temp of the iPhone got hot, but nice editing the sound there maybe it was a algae eater in distress lol really of the gate to hell was in Neveda there would be a base over it like the other one in Neveda unless anon up there is trying to unleash the devil fucking Qbuzzlightyear ass

  4. The sound came from the vibrations being produce from string attached to the drone the sound travels through the string and affects the water around it

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