The Sink Hole is a weird story about a gigantic, bottomless pit that appeared in a small town in Florida.
It happened in a small town in Florida. It happened very suddenly. One night, while the residents were sleeping safely in their beds, a gigantic sink hole opened up in the center of town. The earth collapsed and the concrete fell away, leaving a gaping pit in the ground.
The next morning, the people in the town awoke to find the enormous sink hole. It was 100 feet wide and looked as if it was extremely deep.
One brave man stood at the edge of the hole and shouted, “Hey!” but there was no echo. Only silence.
A young boy picked up a handful of small stones and tossed them into the hole. He waited for the sound of the stones hitting the bottom of the hole, but it never came.
Later that day, a group of scientists arrived to examine the sink hole and find out what had caused it to appear. Despite conducting hundreds of tests, they left, baffled.
The national media descended on the small town, broadcasting footage of the hole on live TV. The newspaper headlines declared it the “never-ending hole” and the “bottomless pit”
A few days later, after all the fuss died down, some people found that the sink hole could be useful. They began to discard their garbage in the hole.
A lot of folks brought out trash cans and bags of rubbish and tossed them down the open shaft. Old sofas, refrigerators, mattresses, televisions and furniture were hauled out and dumped in the bottomless pit.
Men threw in photographs of their ex-wives and ex-girlfriends. Women threw in love letters from their ex-husbands and ex-boyfriends. Criminals used the hole to get rid of guns and knives that had been used in robberies, so the police couldn’t trace them.
There was a man who, unbeknownst to his neighbors, had murdered a little girl. Under cover of darkness, he dragged her corpse out to the sink hole and tossed her in.
A nuclear power plant decided to take advantage of the hole. They loaded up unmarked vans with nuclear waste and, over the course of a few days, all of it went into the sink hole.
It seemed as if everything people wanted to get rid of would be thrown down into the infinite blackness of the bottomless sink hole.
One day, a young boy was walking by the hole when he happened to hear something coming from the depths. It sounded like a man’s voice shouting, “Hey!”
A minute later, some small stones came flying out of the sink hole.