Members Portal. Mel's Hole is said to be a mysterious bottomless pit in eastern Washington state. Filed under Paranormal , Urban Legends. Skeptoid Podcast June 2, Podcast transcript Subscribe. Today we're going to point our skeptical eye downward, down into the deepest hole in the world.
Mel’s Hole: A Sensational Urban Myth of a Mysterious Bottomless Pit
Can a Plant Grow in a Pot Where There's No Hole in the Bottom? | Home Guides | SF Gate
Mel's Hole is, according to an urban legend , an allegedly "bottomless pit" near Ellensburg, Washington. Waters claimed that he owned rural property nine miles west of Ellensburg in Kittitas County , Washington that contained a mysterious hole. According to Bell's interviews with Waters, the hole had infinite depth and the ability to restore dead animals to life. Waters claimed to have measured the hole's depth to be more than 80, feet by using fishing line and a weight. According to Waters, the hole's magical properties prompted US "federal agents" to seize the land and fund his relocation to Australia. Waters made guest appearances on Bell's show in , , and
Can a Plant Grow in a Pot Where There's No Hole in the Bottom?
Decorative pots add beauty to plants both indoors and out, but you should be wary of those without drainage holes. While a plant may grow for a while in a pot with no holes, several problems commonly arise with this lack of drainage. When a pot lacks drainage holes, the plant suffers in several ways. Water builds up and makes the soil soggy, which can lead to root rot.
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