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The water in the Hole was always ice cold no matter the season, but there were small patches where hot water bubbled up to the surface.
Legend says the Blue Hole is the home of the devil and a passageway directly to hell. At night you could hear his hoof beats through the pines as he raced to his hideaway. If someone dared swim to the middle of the Blue Hole, the devil would reach up and grasp their leg and drag them to their death. The Blue Hole was also known by another name, the Bottomless Pit of Beelzebub.
Originally posted by AndyM3
I wasn't sure which forum to post this in, but I decided this one was the best one. I was wondering if anyone here has ever heard of the 'Blue Hole' in Winslow Township, South New Jersey? Supposedly the water is pristine blue,
No one knew who, or what, had created that perfectly round, purportedly bottom-less pool
I had not heard of this one before. It's interesting, these legends of bottomless holes. I think the most famous one (that I have heard of) is Mel's hole. I guess they all have their myths that are associated with them...