I'm sure everyone's heard of the Bermuda Triangle. If you've read about it or seen any of the docudramas about that little patch of sea, you'll no doubt be familiar with one of the theories about what may be happening down there. You got it; methane bubbles - big enough to sink ships.
So now that the DCNR is allowing drilling for natural gas ( aka methane ) to take place under the Susquehanna River, well, you figure out the rest. Will paddlers ( and/or roughnecks ) begin to mysteriously disappear on the north branch of the Susquehanna in Bradford and Wyoming Counties? Not possible, you say?
I'd recommend keeping an eye on the north branch of the Susquehanna once drilling under the river begins. A very close watch. BTW, I'd also recommend not firing up a stogie while on the river.
Remember the Cuyahoga?