Devil's Kettle Waterfall, Minnesota (Trip 2 Vid 14) United States
This is a mysterious waterfall, very unique. If you want to skip the walk and go directly to Devil's Kettle, click right here 6:30 .
Did Hydrologists Solve Devil's Kettle Mystery?
The Devil's Kettle Falls at Judge C. R. Magney State park has stumped tourists and scientists for decades, Bill Hudson reports. WCCO 4 News at 6 - Feb. 28, 2017
Devil's Kettle - Minnesota, United States
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Breathtaking waterfall at Judge Magney State Park.
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A look INSIDE the Devil's Kettle!
Ever wondered what was inside the Devil's Kettle? A couple of logs apparently... I stress, do not try this unless if you know what you are doing! Sorry about the vertical shot part too, I had to re-position myself.
Hiking Grand Portage State Park and Devils Kettle in Minnesota
Hiking Grand Portage State Park in Minnesota's northshore for a family hiking adventure. Our first stop was Grand Portage State Park then on to Judge Magney State Park and the Devils Kettle. Hiking in the misty rain in October was less than ideal. But any hiking to see fall colors is worth it regardless of the weather.
Devil's Kettle Falls, MN
I visit Devil's Kettle falls in Minnesota, USA. There is a waterfall that goes down a hole, but nobody knows where it ends up.
SHT Day 2: Passing through Devil's Kettle
Leg 2 of my pre-hike of the northern 52 miles of the SHT. First full day of hiking since my section hike on the AT in March. We get our first glimpse of the mighty Lake Superior.
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Oddity called Devils Kettle MN. Did they really solve the mystery? NO!
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On the edge of Lake superior MN, by the Canadian border. A short winter hike in the Superior National Forrest/Judge Magney State Park...
The Mystery of Devils Kettle Falls
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Devil's Kettle Falls & Brule River, Minnesota's North Shore -- May 4, 2014
After a long winter, spring has arrived on Lake Superior's shores. Video by Lake Superior Magazine's Phil Bencomo.
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A second look inside the Devil's Kettle
Finally made it back to the Devil's Kettle on the Brule River in northern Minnesota. Located in Judge C.R. Magney State Park, this waterfall is one of the strangest waterfalls in the world. The Brule River splits into two streams; one behaves normally and falls into the river below. The other falls into a glacial kettle (hole in the rock) and is never seen again. Many theories and experiments have yielded no results and the mystery persists.
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Dr. Douglas James Cottrell: The Devil's Kettle
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I pulled the description from wiki. Judge C. R. Magney State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, on the North Shore of Lake Superior. It was named for Clarence R. Magney, a former mayor of Duluth and judge on the Minnesota Supreme Court, who was instrumental in getting 11 state parks and scenic waysides established along the North Shore. The park is best known for the Devil's Kettle, an unusual waterfall and rock formation in which half of the Brule River disappears into a pothole. The park is best known for The Devil's Kettle, an unusual waterfall located on the Brule River 1.5 miles (2.4 km) from its mouth. The river splits in two to flow around a mass of rhyolite rock. The eastern flow goes over a two-step, 50-foot (15 m) waterfall and continues downstream. The western flow surges into a pothole, falling at least 10 feet (3.0 m), and disappears underground. Visitors have reputedly dropped sticks, ping pong balls, and GPS trackers into the Devil's Kettle without seeing them resurface downstream. There is even a legend that someone pushed a car into the fissure, but given that the Devil's Kettle is wholly inaccessible by road, most commentators dismiss this as hyperbole. These stories led to speculation that the channel had a separate outlet into Lake Superior, or more implausibly plunged deep underground or connected to another watershed entirely.
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Tettegouche & Devils kettle water falls in Minnesota
*Tettegouche State Park, in the United States, is a Minnesota state park on the north shore of Lake Superior 58 miles northeast of Duluth in Lake County on scenic Minnesota Highway 61.
*Devils kettle Judge C. R. Magney State Park is a state park of Minnesota, USA, on the North Shore of Lake Superior. It was named for Clarence R. Magney, a former mayor of Duluth and judge on the Minnesota Supreme Court, who was instrumental in getting 11 state parks and scenic waysides established along the North Shore. The park is best known for the Devil's Kettle, an unusual waterfall and rock formation in which half of the Brule River disappears into a pothole and no one knows where it goes. They have put ping pong balls, dye and many other things down the hole never to be seen again.
Waterfall Wednesday | Devil's Kettle on the Brule River at Judge CR Magney State Park May 9 2018
Waterfall Wednesday's hot video of the week from Judge CR Magney State Park. The infamous Devil's Kettle falls.
The 10 Strangest Places Where Water Vanishes
The strangest places where water vanishes. At these locations water disappears mysteriously at low tide & high tide.
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Ten: Lake, Oregon
During the rainy season, Oregon's Lake seems just like your average lake. But each summer it mysteriously vanishes & turns into a meadow, with no trace of water ever having been present. Studies have revealed that Oregon's volcanic landscape has the perfect condition for underground lava tubes to form. Lava hardens near the surface but continues flowing downward at the same time. Water slowly drains from the lake through these tubes. When there's frequent rain, there's enough water to keep the lake filled & the slow draining goes unnoticed. But when the rain stops falling it becomes evident that water is draining into the abyss below.
Nine: Lake Cachet II, Chile
Lake Cachet II in Chilean Patagonia is two square miles & dammed by the Colonia glacier. Several times a year, this lake completely vanishes overnight, which puzzled scientists for years. Recently, the mystery was finally revealed—the lake's disappearance is related to a rise in temperature. When temperatures rise, the glacier becomes weaker & small holes form. The water from Lake Cachet II flows through these holes & into the Baker River.
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Greenland has not just one, but many large lakes that frequently vanish during the summer months, often within a 24-hour time period & at the impressive rate of Niagara Falls. In 2006, North Lake, with a size of 2.2 square miles & nearly 12 billion gallons of water, suddenly vanished within two hours. Because of Greenland's cold climate, the lakes contain a layer of ice in between the water & the bedrock.
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Three: Lake Waiau, Hawaii
Lake Waiau, located on the summit of Mauna Kea on Hawaii's Big Island, is the third-highest lake in the United States. Nobody is really sure why the lake exists. It's not connected to any lakes or rivers.This lake holds a very significant meaning in Hawaiian culture & is believed to be related to the Hawaiian, Kane—considered the highest of the major Hawaiian deities & associated with procreation. The water from Lake Waiau has often been used in practices of healing & worship.
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One: Devil's Kettle Falls, Minnesota
Along Lake Superior's North shore in Minnesota a mysterious waterfall exists—Devil's Kettle Falls. The waterfall splits in two directions: one side is just your average waterfall, but on the other side water vanishes into a deep hole & appears to disappear forever. For years, the mystery of the water puzzled scientists & citizens alike & they would put various items into the waterfall to see where they could possibly end up.
High Falls, Grand Portage State Park, Minnesota (Trip 2 Vid 13) United States
Grand Portage State Park is located right next to the Canadian border in northern Minnesota on Highway 61 on the North Shore of Lake Superior. High Falls is the highest waterfall in the state of Minnesota that is partially in the state, the other half is in Canada. It is a really beautiful waterfall.
This river is the second Devil Kettle.
You will hear about the holy rivers Ganges Jamuna Saraswati. But only the Ganges Jamuna is seen. On reaching this place, the Saraswati river becomes confidential. This place is also near Manna village of Bhimpur in Uttarakhand in front of Badrinath. This is where Vyas ji wrote the Mahabharata but in the noise of the flow of the Saraswati river, Ganesha could not hear them. Therefore, Vyas ji cursed him and he disappeared inside the earth. It is interesting that here you can see the Saraswati river disappearing. You also look and show your next generation too? Radharman Hari speaking?
The present philosophy is Saraswati ji?