72 Earthquakes Strike Between 2 Volcanoes In Costa Rica; More Eruptions To Come?

At least 73 earthquakes have been recorded along a straight line between the Turrialba volcano and the Irazu volcano in less than 12 hours.

Are these the two next volcanoes to explode?

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The seismic and volcanic activities along The Ring of fire are currently exploding.

Between April 23 and April 24, 2016, about 73 minor earthquakes hit between two volcanoes in Costa Rica. Zoom in, just East of San Jose, the capital city, on that map to get the info about the several quakes.

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Turrialba volcano eruption in October 2014. via Wikipedia

The tremors form a straight line right in-between the Turrialba Volcano and the Irazu Volcano.

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Irazu volcano eruption in 1963. via Wikipedia

Last eruption of the Turrialba Volcano was on May 4, 2015. The latest eruption of the Irazu Volcano occurred on December 8, 1994.

Original Article:http://strangesounds.org/2016/04/73-earthquakes-two-volcanoes-costa-rica-next-eruptions-ahead-turrialba-volcano-irazu-volcano-news.html

1 Comment

  1. Ah, the echo chamber of social media!

    There haven’t been 73 earthquakes this week in Costa Rica. I live a few miles from this area, and while there may have been tiny tremors – as there are pretty much every day – nothing like this.

    Don’t just copy and paste such reports from “prophecy blogs” – it’s easy enough to check these things out!

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