In June 1908, a massive explosion occurred next to the Tunguska River, Russia.

The explosion was so powerful that it was said to have been almost 1,000 times stronger than the bomb which was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan.

The explosion flattened roughly 770 square miles of forest. Around 80 million trees were destroyed but by some miracle, there was no loss of human life.

Tunguska-Meteorite.jpg
The explosion destroyed over 80 million trees and the explosion was 1,000 times stronger than the bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima

Reports and theories suggest that the cause of this explosion was the result of a meteorite breaking up and exploding around three to six miles above the Earths surface.

To me personally, I believe that this was something more than a mere meteor exploding in our atmosphere.

I mean seriously, something that is said to have been 1,000 times greater in strength than the Hiroshima bomb would leave an impact crater right?

Well, guess what? there isn’t one where the Tunguska event took place. Even now after 1,000 years, there are still no trees.

The questions we should be asking is what really exploded there? And why are there no trees?

Kyle Thompson – Soul Reaper Paranormal