Half A River Falls Into This Hole, And No One Knows Where It Goes

The Brule River hits a waterfall in Minnesota. Half of it does totally normal waterfall stuff and the other half falls into The Devil's Kettle, never to be seen again.

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+5 1. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 8 years ago

Brule's Rules: with Dr.Steve Brule! 8-)
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+6 2. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

Maybe they could start upriver to divert the flow going into the hole and have it added to the waterfall-flow so that the hole could be explored. That seems easy enough. ;)
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+8 3. cameramaster commented 8 years ago

So...block that part of the river, give it say 6 months, then send a team of cave explorers down...see what they can find out!
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+3 4. ringmaster commented 8 years ago

Anyone knows where to get the whole episode?
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+3 5. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#3 Heck .....why didn't I think of that! :D
Since the hole is not filling up then I would guess that the water is swiftly moving on down its way and would be gone in a matter of hours so the cave could be explored right away.