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(CNN) -- Sinkholes are swallowing Corvettes now. Last year it was houses in Florida, and on Wednesday nature gobbled up some of the coolest and fastest cars to come off the assembly line.
Eight valuable 'vettes at Bowling Green, Kentucky's National Corvette Museum fell victim to a 40-foot-wide, 20-foot-deep sinkhole that opened up in the facility's yellow Sky Dome wing. The museum unofficially estimates it caused millions of dollars in damage.
Motion detectors alerted security that something was amiss shortly after 5:30 a.m., said museum spokeswoman Katie Frassinelli. An employee who first walked into the room "has been in shock all day," she said.
"When you go in there, it's unreal," said Frassinelli. "The hole is so big, it makes the Corvettes look like little Matchbox cars."
I guess when I prayed for a sinkhole to open under my car... the lines must have gotten crossed.
A lot of folk think fracking is causing all the sink holes, and that may well be part of it, but I think there may be more. Not all sinkhole are near fracking, and there number sure is increasing.
I saw a theory floating around the internet about the sinkholes being caused by the "Expanding Earth". There is actually a theory built around this idea.
I think it's now a "Hollowed" museum...?