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.

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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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