By Jason Kersten   

In late September of 1995, vulcanologists noticed some seismic rumblings taking place beneath the Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland. On October 1, they flew over the area and saw huge cracks and fissures had appeared on the glacier's surface. Later that day, a massive, steaming depression stood in the middle of the ice field. Everybody knew what would happen next.  

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