That's a big hole.
A massive sinkhole in Louisiana has been progressively getting larger over the years. There's all sorts of lawsuits and accusations flying back and forth between residents that allege a chemical company caused it.
But what they created is a monster. It's huge. It's hungry. And it swallows trees like it's nothing.
Louisiana was already scary enough with voodoo and crocodiles. Add in massive tree-eating sinkholes and I may just have to pass on visiting.
Full disclosure: New Orleans is an amazing city and I can't wait to go back.
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