Wednesday, December 30, 2009

The Devil's Kettle

...the river is split in two as it goes over the falls. The section on the right, lands at the base of the falls and continues downstream. The section on the left vanishes into a pothole known as the Devil's Kettle and noone knows where it goes. It is believed that the water makes its way out to Lake Superior by means of underground passages, but the exact details are unknown. They have thrown dyes and logs and other things into the pothole, but apparently nothing ever comes out. If you have ever worried about falling over a waterfall, imagine falling into the Devil's Kettle.


Mr. Chicken said...

"you unlock this door with the key of imagination, beyond it is another've just crossed over into The Twilight Zone" badada badadadabum!

The Devil's Kettle, eh? ...creepy said...

stuff like this is so fascinating to me. and scary.

i remember being a little kid and dropping things into an open sewer access point which was way back in the woods. We would hear sounds coming up from the rushing water and imagine what the hell was down there making them. Fun times.