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LEGEND OF THE BLUE HOLE

ON ROUTE 269 NEAR CASTALIA, OHIO THERE IS A PARK.
IN THIS PARK THERE IS A LARGE HOLE ABOUT FORTY FEET IN DIAMETER AND
FILLED WITH WATER. THE WATER IS VERY CLEAR AND THE HOLE IS SAID TO
BE BOTTOMLESS. IT IS SAID THAT WHEN THE HOLE WAS FIRST FOUND, A
TEAM OF HORSES FELL INTO IT. THE HOLE IS SO DEEP THAT THE HORSES
COULD NOT BE SEEN, BUT THEY WERE LATER FOUND FLOATING IN
LAKE ERIE.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Still water Small body. Lake, pond....

Date learned: 11-23-1968

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