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I ever heard about this mine mysterious story, that some researcher recorded some screaming of people inside the hole. Anyone can provide some references for this matter? --Uondre (talk) 13:06, 27 July 2011 (UTC)
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While I'm sure that nobody in their right mind looking for one or the other by name would stumble across the wrong article. But, if you do an image search for "deepest hole", you get pictures of Mir Mine, and an image search for "Kola superdeep borehole" turns up a similar set of results featuring Mir Mine (with some pictures of Kola). It is because of this apparent confusion about deep holes (and the difference between a borehole and a strip mine (duh!)) that I believe it's important to provide this cross-reference. -- ke4roh (talk) 13:04, 6 June 2014 (UTC)