“Yellowstone volcano experiences as many as 3,000 earthquakes each year but with every little quake and tremor fears of the volcano blowing up skyrocket.”
NY Post –
“A Montana wilderness guide has died days after being attacked by a grizzly bear near Yellowstone National Park, officials said.
Carl Mock, 40, suffered a massive stroke and died Saturday, two days after a bear weighing at least 420 pounds mauled him while he was fishing near Baker’s Hole campground, . . . “
Yellowstone’s ‘Zone of Death’: The 50-square-mile district in Idaho where ‘you can get away with murder’ because it has no people and no one to sit on a jury
- A small 50-square-mile section of Yellowstone National Park sits in Idaho
- This area is called the ‘Zone of Death’ because you can get away with crimes
- This is because of a loophole in the Sixth Amendment regarding a jury
- It says a person is entitled to a jury from the state and district where the crime was committed
- However, Zone of Death has a zero population and crimes would be dismissed
“Each year, millions of people from all over the world visit and enjoy our national parks. Yet today, more than 5,500 miles of paved roads, 17,000 miles of trails, and 24,000 buildings in our national parks are in need of maintenance improvements.
Fulfilling President Trump’s promise to restore, conserve, and protect America’s lands, the Great American Outdoors Act provides the necessary funds, dedicating up to $1.9 billion per year for five years to fund deferred maintenance projects identified by the National Park Service, the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and the Bureau of Indian Education. These infrastructure updates will preserve our most important national treasures and give more American families opportunities to explore the great outdoors.” . . . (more)