When you wanna bury a corpse you dig a hole. When you need to plant a tree you dig a hole. When cats take a dump…you get the picture.
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If you’ve ever wondered what the devil’s hole can do you might think it could burn you alive, perhaps it releases a kind of gas that turns your skin inside out, but you’d be wrong, because instead, the Devil’s Hole can actually detect earthquakes.
The Kola Superdeep Borehole is the deepest hole on Earth, having been dug down by the Soviet Union to a depth of 40,230 feet in 1989, and while it may not be the longest borehole, it is the deepest artificial point on the planet, and the closest man has ever made to touching the hot steamy inside parts of our secretive inner Earth.
Every so often a story comes along about a giant sinkhole opening up randomly in the middle of a city, and when these things are just a few metres across they can cause immense devastation and chaos.
Turkmenistan’s Door To Hell is a 69 metre wide 30 metre deep crater sat on the site of an old natural gas field in the region of Derweze, but it didn’t always look so firey and hellish.
In 2013 and 2014 a series of mysterious holes suddenly started appearing in various parts of Russia’s Siberian territory, and we still don’t know what caused them.
Today the Phnom Sampeau caves are a beautiful tourist attraction, combining gorgeous natural formations and stunning local artwork with breath-taking architecture and ornate displays of battered human remains.
You’ll notice straight away that this hole is a little different to any of the other underwater holes you may have seen, because rather than being a dark blue colour; this one has a weird purple tint to it.
Video credit to Strange Mysteries YouTube channel