I don’t think they understand what the word “bottomless” means…
“Bottomless Pit 65 feet deep”
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This is in Mammoth Cave somewhere in Kentucky. It’s called the Bottomless Pit because in the 18th century the first people to explore it [using lamps and ropes and usually going by themselves] didn’t dare go down to investigate how deep it actually was, and a rock was allegedly thrown and no one heard it strike. The name stuck.
im glad theres a fence so no one falls in laughing
huh. that’s not the definition of bottomless i remember
The sign is true. The bottomless pit actually starts at 65 feet down.
Thanks bob, thought the sign was a fake…
It says 65 ft deep, not 65 ft away or down, just FYI.
Make up your mind!
apparently bottomless means something else or youre wrong by idk… infinity feet