Catatumbo Lightning - At the point where the Catatumbo River meets Lake Maracaibo in Venezuela, a constant lightning storm illuminates the sky for around 10 hours a night, for almost half the nights out of the year. - THIS IS THE PLACE
The Physics of the Plasma Universe by Anthony Peratt describes magma as a plasma, a medium containing moving charges. So we should expect volcanoes not only to exhibit electrical behavior but to have that behavior connected with the larger plasma environm
The NASA has just published an article on the research of lightning density on earth and as expected, Lake Maracaibo has won the title with a density of more than and storms at about 300 days per year. Incredible right?