Devil's Hole, Bermuda
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Devil's Hole was a large water-filled sinkhole, close to the southeastern corner of Harrington Sound, Bermuda. At one time a subterranean, oceanic cave, it is fed by the Atlantic ocean proper, rather than the far closer sound, via an underground estuary. It closed in 2009.
The hole got its name after the cave roof collapsed. The resultant open hole produces eerie sounds as the water rises and falls, which were thought by early settlers to be the Devil moaning.
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