Monday, March 21, 2016
However, alas and alack, that site wouldn't load well on our computer -- it was apparently too busy and filled up the RAM.
So, searching around on the internet, we found another site that says it pictures 7 Eternal flames and included some of those in the list of the 10.
BUT, if you count as you watch the video, only 6 locations are depicted.
Hmmmm. Oh, well -- 10, 7, 6 -- whatever. At least this is interesting.
The brief 1 minute 4 second video shows those 6 (instead of 7) Locations.
HERE'S THE LINK to 7 Eternal Flames in Nature You've Never Heard of
But, an even better video (of 2 minutes 39 seconds) shows 11 Eternal Flames.
HERE'S THE LINK to Some Places have been on fire for 6000 years