Saturday, December 20, 2014

TEN MYSTERIOUS HOLE WITH A DEADLY PAST

In finding the underground there is something intuitively terrible. When there are so dark that you can not see the hand in front of his face, and when you think about the millions of tons of rock that is just waiting to crash down on your head, it's hard to stay calm and stop shivering. However, some holes in the ground are not terrible just because they make you suffer from claustrophobia. Ten holes in the ground, which we describe below, have witnessed the violent deaths, and it is therefore more frightening than ordinary cave. 

10. Hole murders in the district Ketoba (Catawba Murder Hole)
Top 10 Scary holes with a deadly past
Locals passed on from generation to generation are many legends about this cave. In one story a farmer killed craftsmen traveled to steal his goods. He threw the body of a man back to the cart, then sent a horse and wagon over the edge of the hole murders. Another legend tells of a young couple whose family did not approve of their relationship, so they killed themselves, drove the cart into the hole. However, there is one death, which most definitely is not a legend, the death of David Spencer (David Spencer). More in 1958. Spencer was part of the cave club «Virginia Tech». He was at a depth of about 7.5 meters in a cave when his rope broke and he fell to the bottom. Investigators found that on his rope cleaning fluid spilled when she was out of stock, liquid weakened fiber rope. Since that tragic event in Den kills no one else died, however, dozens of people still managed to prove it in the trap. Marian McConnell (Marian McConnell) and her husband bought the land around the opening in 1994, and now they do not allow anyone to enter the cave without being accompanied by one of them. On the other hand, people are not allowed to visit this cave since the mid-1960s, but this did not stop. Hole kills, quite possibly absorb more than one victim.



9. Well Spooner (Spooner Well)
Top 10 Scary holes with a deadly past
July 2, 1778 Bathsheba Spooner (Bathsheba Spooner) received the honor of becoming the first woman executed in the United States after the country gained independence. Her husband also got a unique distinguishing sign - two tombstones. One was placed over his grave in the nearby cemetery, and another litter the place of his death. On it they say, "Well Spooner - Spooner Joshua (Joshua Spooner), killed and thrown into the well 1 March 1778, the three revolutionary soldiers at the insistence of his wife Bathsheba." In 1777, 32-year-old love affair with Bathsheba beginning of 17-year-old soldier Ross named Ezra (Ezra Ross). When she became pregnant by Ross Bathsheba plotted to kill her husband before he could learn about the change. She met two British deserters, and using a combination of rum and promises of sexual favors, to persuade them to help her. That night, when Joshua Spooner entered the house, one of the soldiers jumped on him and beat him to death. Bathsheba helped the soldier and his lover dump the body in a well, which was later named Spooner Well, to commemorate the despicable act. All participants in the crime were arrested within 24 hours, and their conviction took slightly longer. Bathsheba begged for a stay of his execution, to give her a chance to give birth to her child. Her request was not granted, and she was hanged, while five months pregnant. 8. Dead Man's Hole (Dead Man's Hole) Photo: Nicholas Henderson (Nicolas Henderson) Dead Man's Hole was discovered in Texas in 1821. Its other name is Devil's Well (Devil's Well) - so it is quite obvious that it was related not very nice story. Failure acquired its reputation during the American Civil War, when the gang used the opening of the Confederation as a dumping ground for those who sympathized with the Allies. Bone, at least 17 ​​people were found dumped on the bottom of the funnel. One particularly dreadful hole features is oak, which grows close to it, a large branch which extends directly over the hole. Those who are destined to die hanged in an oak. Then cut the rope, and the body fell to the bottom, flying down 47 meters. In any case, if someone still experiencing both penalty, the hole was filled with poisonous gas, which completes the job. It is because of the failure of the gas was not fully explored until 1951, when the respiratory equipment became more accessible. To date, the opening is closed, and a plaque installed in memory of those who are known to have lost there lives. Among those people was a judge sympathetic to the Allies and several officials of the Union. Another victim was a man named Ben McKeever (Ben McKeever), who killed a former slave, when the dog bit him male horse. McKeever was ambushed by his friends of the victim and was thrown into a pit. Not surprisingly, the bloody past has led to the failure of the stories that people can see and hear ghosts in the area. 7. Roman well Belgrade Fortress (Roman Well Of Belgrade Fortress) Photo: Vladimir Alik Despite its name, this 50 meter well in the Belgrade fortress was not actually built by the Romans. Current well was built by the Austrians in the 18th century, although the site was well for a long time. There are several theories as to how he earned his name, the most likely of which is that he was just named in honor of the Holy Roman Empire. In any case, it was a terrible past well makes it so exciting. In 1494, the city was a stronghold, which defended Europe from the Turks. When a group of 37 traitors tried to skip the invaders in the city, but they failed, they were punished, dangling from a rope on the bottom of the pit. After they were starving for some time, they were thrown knives with which they can kill and eat each other. Then, in 1882, a Socialist named Lena Knikanina tried to kill the newly crowned king. Both she and her accomplice were arrested and Lena held captive at the bottom of the well. She was found dead a few days later. The latest victim was a woman well, that was cast into the depths of his crazy man in 1954. The prison has maintained its eerie atmosphere, and it's obvious impressed Alfred Hitchcock, when he visited the well in 1960. Currently, over the well is a lattice, but the courtyard is open to visitors. 6. Hole Devil (Devil's Hole) Hole of the Devil, which is located in the New York side of the Niagara Gorge, has the perfect combination of local folklore and bloody history to earn the title of "the most terrible place in Western New York." Local Iroquois talking about demonic snake named Crafty (Evil One), live in caves. According to their legends, the people who were in a small cave or have never gone out of it, or coming out with gray hair. On the other hand, the Devil's Hole Massacre (Devil's Hole Massacre) 1763 was a very real tragedy. A group of warriors Seneca considered Hole Devil ideal place to attack the British convoy. The militant group attacked at noon on September 14. Only two people to avoid bloodshed, and when 80 soldiers from the nearby fortress heard the battle and rushed to the battlefield, the war Seneca ambushed and killed them. Their animals brought into the hole, and their bodies were thrown after them. 5. Cave kills Phnom Sampo (Killing Cave Of Phnom Sampeau)






Top 10 Scary holes with a deadly past









Top 10 Scary holes with a deadly past









Top 10 Scary holes with a deadly past





If you visit Cambodia, you will find that some of the most unusual tourist attractions are the caves of Phnom Sampo. In 1970 the cave was used by the Khmer Rouge as a venue for torture and murder, and the bones of their victims are still there.Some of the skeletons were placed behind a glass case, there can also be seen wire cages for hens scored dozens of skulls.Rags victims still lie in the cave, along with electrical wires that are used in devices for torture. Many people were killed by pushing them into the cave with the hatch is located above. Some experienced a fall, but died an agonizing death from starvation and dehydration. As time went on, a lot of bodies became more and more fall was softer, and the proportion of people left to face slow death on top of a pile of corpses, increased. Knowing what happened there, opens a striking contrast with the thinking of today's Cambodian visitors caves. The combination of beautiful buildings, works of art and stunning natural scenery of the cave turned gruesome reminders of the past in a place that makes rejoice. Creating joy of grief helped local people to forget about their horrors. 4. Pit insects in Zindon (Zindon Bug Pit) Diplomatic mission of British officers Charles Stoddart (Charles Stoddart) and Arthur Connolly (Arthur Connolly) nothing good is not over, and there are some quite horrific details that relate to the "pit of insects" Zindon prison in the capital Uzbekistan, Bukhara (Bukhara). After he incurred the wrath of the Emir of Bukhara, due to the fact that it is not brought gifts, Stoddart immediately dropped into a deep hole near several other prisoners. Every day, they were covered with horrible creatures, such as tropical insects, scorpions and rodents. Inmates also regularly covered the horse manure. When Connolly appeared a year later to ask for the release of Stoddart, he, too, was thrown into the pit. They were forced to endure torture insects more a year before they were finally executed, that almost certainly was a happy relief. 3. Old Newgate Prison (Old Newgate Prison) Primordial Newgate Prison in London, often called "hell on earth". When the first prison in Connecticut was built from an old copper mine, the living conditions there were so dark that people began to call her as Newgate, thus was born the old prison Newgate. Only a few rays of sunlight made ​​their way down the steep mines. The cells were damp, musty and cramped. Prisoners awakened at 4:00 am and were forced to walk in chains on the day overwork in the prison shop for the production of nails. The chains were so heavy that the prisoners could not walk and had to move in small jumps. The floor was covered with stinking slime. Instead straw bed was filled with parasites. Each day, the prisoners received salty pork porridge for lunch and for dinner from corn, and not in the dishes, food dumped them directly on the dirty stone floors. Anyone who did not work in full force, subjected to flogging and hanging upside down, or confinement time, clad in shoes. It is no wonder that people were desperate methods to escape. One group of prisoners tried to burn oak door, which blocked access to the old drainage pipe. They piled all flammable materials they could find and set fire to them. Unfortunately, the door is not burnt. Instead, the fire burned all the air, and the cave was filled with smoke. Several people suffocated in an attempt to escape. The last person who died in the prison, was Abel Starkey (Abel Starkey) in 1827. He bribed a guard, giving him $ 50 to the left his post and then tried to climb the 21-meter shaft with a thin rope. The rope snapped and Starkey fell to his death. 2. Well victims (Well Of Sacrifice)Mayan city of Chichen Itza (Chichen Itza) is a popular tourist destination and a World Heritage Site, is best known for his famous Pyramid of Kukulcan (El Castillo). Near the popular buildings is the failure of limestone, which is often called Sacred Cenote. The hole was studied for the first time an American who bought the plantation around it in 1904. He drew the pieces of gold, copper, and ceramics from the water-filled pit. Some of the extracted artifacts were made ​​in Colombia. However interesting as these artifacts, it made ​​it famous bodies of people found in the hole. It contained the remains of at least 120 adults and an even greater number of children. The lower leg bones of eight children had markings that indicate that they flayed before they fell into the pit. Notes from the Spanish settlers can be assumed that the Maya people regularly face in the hole when they were still alive. Even more appalling by the fact that the distance from the top of the well to the water is only 20 meters. While a fall from such a height, of course, it was painful, many of those faces were still alive after they fell into the water and slowly sank among the decaying remains of previous victims. 1. Mammoth Cave, visited by ghosts (Haunted Mammoth Caves) Photo: Daniel Shven (Daniel Schwen) "Mammoth Cave", located in the state of Kentucky allegedly visited Floyd Collins (Floyd Collins), a researcher who died in the cave in 1925, after his leg crushed stone. He was soon found, but rescuers were unable to reach him. He was trapped for two weeks and died just a few days before rescuers managed to reach him. Cavers say they heard screams and pleas from a small cave, where he was trapped, which is now firmly closed. There are even reports that the bottle of whiskey flew in people who are close to the cave. One woman claims that a ghost Floyd saved her from falling, catching it and pulling it back from the ledge. Another American Mammoth Cave, located in Colorado, also has its history of bloodshed. Locals call it the "guardian" that is a reference to the bodies of those who died in it. Pick up their bodies is not possible, as it is very dangerous, so the cave keeps the bodies in their eternal embrace. The most dangerous place is the Angel Falls (Angel Falls), an open height of 23 meters, which claimed the lives of three people. Yet the most sinister part of the reputation of the cave is the statement that it was once home to the dangerous coven. According to legend, at the end of the 1970s, the cave was home to five of evil sorcerers, named Randy (Randy), Sunshine (Sunshine), Lobo (Lobo), Peches (Patches), and Cowboy (Cowboy). Sorcerers killed small mammals, and drank their blood. Another witness said that the two girls saw the sorcerers threw a pregnant woman to death in a cave. The cave was eventually sealed and witches were never found.






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Top 10 Scary holes with a deadly past

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