It's funny what you can find when you're looking around the old internet. My family has visited Yellowstone's Grand Prismatic Spring many times over the years, but we never saw anything quite like this. A man shared video of the time when a "steam tornado" formed during his visit.
A family was driving near the Mammoth Hot Springs area of Yellowstone National Park when they realized there were others on the road. Not just vehicles, but also a lone howling gray wolf that was holding up traffic.
Conspiracy theories about an imminent eruption of the Yellowstone super-volcano are a dime-a-dozen. For years, amateurs on YouTube declare the end is near and it's happened again. It's a great example of how these theories start and why they're wrong.
It's considered one of the most infamous urban legends, but is there any truth to the story of the headless ghost bride in the upper areas of the Yellowstone Inn? As the saying goes, where there is smoke you'll often times find fire.