Around two thousand years ago Mount Vesuvius erupted, destroying the Roman city of Pompeii and killing an estimated 1,500 people. Today, a far more sinister supervolcano named Campi Flegrei is lurking underneath Naples in Italy. Shock research, revealed last month, warned that the “big daddy” of Vesuvius is showing signs of “reawakening” and may be on

the brink of going off. Should it blow in a “big one” eruption, experts told Daily Star Online thousands, possibly millions, of people across Europe would be killed “immediately” from incineration and suffocation. Dense black ash clouds would block out the sun, plunging the continent into months, if not years, of eerie darkness. FULL REPORT