The Sinkhole That Swallowed A Man In Florida Got Filled In Today With Him Still In It


So as I’ve said before, sinkholes must be one of the scariest natural disasters out there. One minute you’re sleeping in your bed and the next the ground opens up under you and you’re free falling 60 feet into a black hole with your house coming down on top of you. They couldn’t even recover this guy’s body because it was too dangerous to find. Just fill in the hole with crushed rock, level his house, and throw a tombstone over it. So supposedly now Florida is in sinkhole season? This is a thing? Like more of these are to come?? Between constant sinkholes, tornadoes, hurricanes, and old people–what is the appeal of this place?



Canadian Sinkhole Swallows Land Under Train Tracks


Sink holes have to be by far one of the scariest natural disasters. I mean one second you’re standing in your house and the next you’re falling into a massive hole in the ground. Just horrifying. The worst part is that you don’t know how deep or how big the hole is so just like this guy, you could be watching it and all the sudden become part of it. Here’s my personal list of the scariest disasters:

1. Tornado at nighttime  (F1? F5? Who knows cause you can’t see the goddamn thing! All you can do is listen and hope it doesn’t toss your ass into the neighboring state)

2. Tsunami (The warning systems for these things is less than 5 minutes. Not enough time for me to get down from my 11th floor NYC building and out of Manhattan. I’m fucked.)

3. Tidal Wave (All I think of when I hear tidal wave is that scene from Deep Impact when that massive wall of water is rushing toward the coastline. There’s nothing you can do if that really happened. You’re dead)

4. Sinkhole (No warning systems for these and if you’re lucky enough to experience one, hopefully you don’t fall into the middle of the Earth)

5. Landslide/Avalanche (Hear that rumbling noise? Feel everything shaking? Nope, not an earthquake. That’s half a mountain on it’s way to your front door to bury you alive. Maybe you’ll get rescued…if you don’t suffocate before then.)