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(Disinformation)   It's either a burial chamber, a hole left from a WW2 bomb or an alien space craft buried 25 feet underground   (disinfo.com) divider line 78
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2012-03-15 01:55:25 PM
troll.me
 
2012-03-15 02:10:48 PM
So are we going with Lost or X-Files on this one?
 
2012-03-15 02:30:23 PM
what happened to the cat?
 
2012-03-15 02:45:43 PM

killerbee: what happened to the cat?



Flew back home.

images4.fanpop.com
 
2012-03-15 03:02:39 PM
1.bp.blogspot.com


/every chance I get.
 
2012-03-15 03:09:22 PM
somebody buried a streetlight.
 
2012-03-15 04:37:47 PM
My money is on a water cistern or underground fuel tank. I've got three cisterns underground on my lot, and one of them is about 25 under with a curiously similar hole for access to it.
 
2012-03-15 04:39:07 PM
I'm not saying it's an alien toilet, but it's an alien toilet.
 
2012-03-15 04:39:50 PM
It's probably a giant can of Foster's

/that joke never gets old
 
2012-03-15 04:40:04 PM

babtras: My money is on a water cistern or underground fuel tank. I've got three cisterns underground on my lot, and one of them is about 25 under with a curiously similar hole for access to it.


I just realized that I can't capitalize on it with my prior statement. I have THREE burried UFOs on my property. I'll let you have a look for $10.
 
2012-03-15 04:40:18 PM
A hole in the ground is quite literally as far away from a UFO as you can get.
 
2012-03-15 04:41:24 PM
images.encyclopediadramatica.ch
 
2012-03-15 04:42:13 PM
How many of those does it take to fill the Albert Hall?
 
2012-03-15 04:43:32 PM

Honest Bender: A hole in the ground is quite literally as far away from a UFO as you can get.


Not if it is an Unidentified Fallen Object.
 
2012-03-15 04:43:36 PM

Rusty Shackleford: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 360x230]

/every chance I get.


As a young kid I was pretty freaked out by that movie. Thus it was one of my favorites. I watched it again within the last year or so. It did not stand up to the test of time.
 
2012-03-15 04:45:57 PM
cdn.static.ovimg.com

Devil's End, Wiltshire it's not!
 
2012-03-15 04:46:58 PM

SteakMan: Honest Bender: A hole in the ground is quite literally as far away from a UFO as you can get.

Not if it is an Unidentified Fallen Object.


It's not unidentified (it's a hole), it's not flying (it's in the ground), and it's not an object (a hole is an anti-object).
 
2012-03-15 04:48:01 PM
It is a drillbit that broke off in the 50's
 
2012-03-15 04:48:36 PM
It's a Martian Tripod!

Quick, someone go sneeze on it.
 
2012-03-15 04:52:12 PM
Why can't it ever be UFO's or aliens?
What a boring world in which we live.
 
2012-03-15 04:53:28 PM

Brontes: It is a drillbit that broke off in the 50's


Yup. By the time this was greenlit the answer was already posted in the comments from TFA.
 
2012-03-15 04:55:28 PM

urger:


THIS HOLE IS MINE! IT WAS MADE JUST FOR ME!
 
2012-03-15 04:56:19 PM
content.internetvideoarchive.com

I bet it's a bomb.
 
2012-03-15 04:59:00 PM

urger: [images.encyclopediadramatica.ch image 525x542]


You know, I never found that short manga all that scary/freaky. Weird, yes, but I don't know. Different things scare different people, I suppose.
 
2012-03-15 05:00:34 PM

Erix: Brontes: It is a drillbit that broke off in the 50's

Yup. By the time this was greenlit the answer was already posted in the comments from TFA.


Ya, but are you really going to believe a "local historian" or Ellen from the United States?

From that link:
Ellen wrote on 14. 03. 2012 from United States
Fifty years, and miraculously, the hole has not undergone erosion -- and the 'drill bit' has not been obscured by dirt, dust, mud...? The drill bit explanation is patently absurd. Within six months, a typical bore will have succumbed to mild erosive forces and begun to close... There is always a 'local historian' waiting in the wings, isn't there?
 
2012-03-15 05:02:37 PM
...Franz Knoglinger...
pool.theinfosphere.org
/This bra bomb better work, Knoglinger!
//Nng-hey!
///hot like a bra bomb
 
2012-03-15 05:04:11 PM
So lower a camera with light attached down the hole and end the damn speculation...
 
2012-03-15 05:04:49 PM

floorpie: ...Franz Knoglinger...
[pool.theinfosphere.org image 180x137]
/This bra bomb better work, Knoglinger!
//Nng-hey!
///hot like a bra bomb


I think it's Nerdalinger
 
2012-03-15 05:12:34 PM
Why can't it just be a well with the pump at the bottom? Seems simple enough.

Ok maybe there have never been any structures in that location in a field that would need a well. Sure it could be a drill bit, but how many Austrians go drilling for oil in Australia?
 
2012-03-15 05:13:23 PM

Rusty Shackleford: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 360x230]

/every chance I get.


Now leaving utterly satisfied.
 
2012-03-15 05:16:57 PM

KellyX: So lower a camera with light attached down the hole and end the damn speculation...


They did, but according to TFA, electromagnetic interference from what is certainly an alien spacecraft interfered with the signals and proper images were not acquired.

I say let the UFO nuts to lower themselves in with a rope tied to a tractor. Then when they're all in there, cut the rope and use the tractor to fill the hole. We won't run out of UFO nuts, the news story about it will create a few dozen more.
"UFO investigators mysteriously vanish while investigating a buried UFO. Local farmer says he saw a light rise into the sky and disappear near where the suspected UFO was buried."
 
2012-03-15 05:21:03 PM
thesga.org

"yes, wonderful things!"
 
2012-03-15 05:21:44 PM
Helen Keller's hidey hole found? They better be careful a kangaroo doesn't knock anyone in while they are investigating.
 
2012-03-15 05:24:04 PM
Hmm, what could an Austrian man keep in a hole in the ground?
 
2012-03-15 05:30:13 PM

Fano: [thesga.org image 300x389]

"yes, wonderful things!"


Hah, that book was awesome! I totally forgot about it.
 
2012-03-15 05:31:00 PM

Rusty Shackleford: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 360x230]

/every chance I get.


(shakes tiny fist) Damn you.

It's a Nazi terror weapon from the previous war.

Has anyone seen Jessica McClure lately?
 
2012-03-15 05:59:04 PM
 
2012-03-15 06:03:49 PM
thespectacleblog.files.wordpress.com

Really Data, again?
 
2012-03-15 06:03:52 PM
FTFA: One man had even turned up with a sandwich board and the words said "Beware - The Doorway to Hell".

The way I initially read it was funnier.
 
2012-03-15 06:04:46 PM
rwfan: As a young kid I was pretty freaked out by that movie. Thus it was one of my favorites. I watched it again within the last year or so. It did not stand up to the test of time.

You weren't drinking enough.
 
2012-03-15 06:05:29 PM
I'm going with bomb shelter on this one.
 
2012-03-15 06:13:39 PM

babtras: KellyX: So lower a camera with light attached down the hole and end the damn speculation...

They did, but according to TFA, electromagnetic interference from what is certainly an alien spacecraft interfered with the signals and proper images were not acquired.

I say let the UFO nuts to lower themselves in with a rope tied to a tractor. Then when they're all in there, cut the rope and use the tractor to fill the hole. We won't run out of UFO nuts, the news story about it will create a few dozen more.
"UFO investigators mysteriously vanish while investigating a buried UFO. Local farmer says he saw a light rise into the sky and disappear near where the suspected UFO was buried."


Rinse and repeat, it's the perfect crime. Your future victims will always line up to defend your explanation of the disappearances.
 
2012-03-15 06:17:08 PM

dprathbun: rwfan: As a young kid I was pretty freaked out by that movie. Thus it was one of my favorites. I watched it again within the last year or so. It did not stand up to the test of time.

You weren't drinking enough.


Sir I can assure you that I always drink enough.
 
2012-03-15 06:32:50 PM
Same old Johnny.
 
2012-03-15 06:41:23 PM

Contrabulous Flabtraption:
I think it's Nerdalinger


thatsthejoke.jpg

/granted, it's not much of a joke
 
2012-03-15 07:13:24 PM
It's likely a team of experts will look into it.
 
2012-03-15 07:16:50 PM

Rusty Shackleford: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 360x230]

/every chance I get.




Even after all these years the ending still terrifies me...
content8.flixster.com

Bahhbraaa!
 
2012-03-15 07:37:30 PM
i0.kym-cdn.com
 
2012-03-15 07:38:42 PM
t.qkme.me
 
2012-03-15 07:40:20 PM
t.qkme.me
 
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