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The Calbuco volcano, located in Southern Chile, erupted on April 22 of this year for the first time in four decades, and then again on April 30. Luckily, Chile's government evacuated 4,000 people near the volcano and nobody was hurt.

But if the government hadn't evacuated them, what those who stayed behind saw in the smoke billowing from the volcano might have made them leave anyway. The column that rose from Calbuco took a frightening form.

Take a look at what locals now call "The Angel of Death."

Angel of Death Made Volcanic Eruptions Extra Terrifying
Angel of Death Made Volcanic Eruptions Extra Terrifying
Angel of Death Made Volcanic Eruptions Extra Terrifying
Eerie, right? A couple weeks ago, the Chilean government said the volcano was back to "routine" levels of inactivity, making it safe to return to the area. But maybe they should wait until the smoke clears...


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