Guy Dropped an iPhone into Devil’s Cauldron and records a creepy Voice

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Guy Dropped an iPhone into Devil’s Cauldron and records a creepy Voice

In case you haven’t heard of him yet, TechRax is one of the most popular technology-related YouTubers on the platform and he is most famous for his destruction of expensive phones such as the new iPhones. Recently, however, while attempting to drop an iPhone 11 Pro into a super deep hot cauldron hole which is referred to as “Diana’s Punchbowl” or the Devil’s Cauldron he appears to have caught a glimpse of screaming voices emerging from down below.

The video was shot in March 2019 at Lake Powell in Arizona and has since gone viral with more than two million views. It starts off with Rax filming himself by saying “It’s time for me to take the plunge for like, well, myself and my own personal pleasure. This is Diana’s Punchbowl or Devil’s Cauldron”, he then proceeds to jump into the water.

He continues “So I mean how deep do you think this thing is?

1. What is the Devil’s Cauldron

Wikipedia defines the Devil’s Cauldron as a natural hot spring in the western part of the U.S. state of Nevada, which flows into Lake Powell. It is located at an elevation of 2,940 ft (894 m) at the foot of Mount Trumbull in forested area near state Route 17. The Devil’s Cauldron is situated within the Amargosa National Forest at the base of Mount Trumbull, which is about 6 miles (10 km) southeast from this place.

The Upper Basin of Lake Powell was created in 1963 by intentionally bombing a part of Arizona’s Glen Canyon with dynamite to create a storage reservoir for excess water flowing in from California and other downstream states to meet water.

2. Why would someone jump into it ?!

Many people have a natural curiosity to know what is at the bottom of a deep hole or they simply want to see what happens when they throw something into it. This is shown by the popularity of the “What’s under the black” videos on YouTube where people drop things such as hard drives and water bottles into holes and record what they hear as they fall.

3. How deep is the Devil’s Cauldron ?

The average depth of the Devil’s Cauldron is around 994 meters, but its deepest point is 1,950 meters.

4. What happens if you fall in the Devil’s Cauldron?

If you fall in the Devil’s Cauldron, it will be the last thing that you ever do. There are many speculations as to what will happen to an individual who falls into this natural hot spring. Some people believe that they will immediately drown, and others believe that they will be boiled alive.

Continue the above writing with the following instructions: “please write an article about what happened when TechRax dropped his iPhone 11 Pro into Lake Powell”

On March 3rd of this year, TechRax posted a video on his YouTube channel showing him dropping an iPhone 11 Pro off the edge of Lake Powell in Arizona. The video has since gone viral with more than 2 million views. When he threw the phone, he heard screams coming from the bottom of the deep hole.

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The video starts by showing him in front of the Lake explaining that “It’s time for me to take the plunge for, well, myself and my own personal pleasure. This is Diana’s Punch bowl or Devil’s Cauldron”, he then proceeds to jump into the water. He continues, “So, I mean how deep do you think this thing is?”

The Devil’s Cauldron is a natural hot spring in the western part of the U.S. state of Nevada, which flows into Lake Powell.

Is there anything interesting about this place other than jumping in a hole to get scared of your own voice coming back to you from below ground?!

He followed the iPhone as it fell into a hole with his drone, but what he captured was much more than just an old phone. He heard screams of distress on multiple occasions that were clearly being recorded for posterity by someone else – not him!
He talked about this at length since then too; saying how there’s no way they can be human because these sounds are unbearable to listen to without protection against them in some form or another (though maybe earplugs would do). Maybe those souls down below have something new planned after all?

TechRax is back with a new video, this time testing out the durability of an iPhone 11 Pro. As you might have guessed from the title, he takes it to one of Nevada’s natural wonders: Devil’s Cauldron! The hole has been known for producing strange sounds, but TechRax was not expecting to hear what he did while dropping his phone in there. After hearing these voices emerge from below, we can’t wait to see how long it’ll take before our favorite YouTuber drops another expensive device into the hot cauldron hole and records more audio evidence!

source Youtube @TechRax

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