Our Earth is full of Mysterious things. Though many mysteries have been solved by people, but there are lots of mysteries which has not been solved yet. One of those mysteries is – Minnesota’s Devil’s Kettle Falls, located at the Judge C.R. Magney State Park on Minnesota’s north shore, a few miles south of the U.S.-Canadian border.
A Pic of the Minnesota’s Devil’s Kettle Falls
A mile and a half north of the shore of Lake Superior, at Devil’s Kettle Falls, a “thick knuckle of rhyolite” (a volcanic rock) splits the river in two. One of the waterfalls runs down the rocks and continues to flow down the river normally. But the other part runs into a deep hole and disappears. This part of the waterfall have been puzzling the Hikers And Geologists. They still have no clue where the water actually goes!
Here is a video that gives inside look into the Devil’s Kettle Falls:
Hikers And Geologists have tried throwing GPS trackers down the mysterious hole. They even dropped ping pong balls into the hole, but nothing has given them any clue.
So, where does the water actually go? Do you have any clue?
( Via : MotherNatureNetwork )