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Guy finds mysterious hole in yard. The internet warns him to stop digging immediately.

He had ot get to the bottom of the mystery.

When Imgur user rhysfcarter6 discovered that a mysterious hole had opened up in his yard, he knew he had to investigate what was lying beneath.


Of course, digging up a random hole does put you in danger of discovering a dead body or a cursed well or something, but it may also lead to something really cool like buried treasure or a time capsule. Would you risk it?

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Rhysfcarter6 did.

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Recently, rhysfcarter6 uploaded several photos onto Imgur detailing his excavation of the hole in his garden in England:

A hole opened up in my garden and on closer inspection it is a brick chamber. It is around 6 feet deep currently and about 4 feet wide. The house was built in 1888 and is located in a small town in rural Suffolk, England. What is, or was, it for?

Upon further inspection, rhysfcarter 6 noticed that the hole opened up into a brick chamber:

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They started digging, and found a few things in the hole—like this large stone stopper:

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And this small metal button.

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Soon, their entire yard was turned into dig site:

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Any ideas of what this “chamber" is yet?

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Well, this should give you a clue. A pipe going to the chamber from to the direction of the house was discovered in the bricks.

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As were a few small, random items.

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via Imgur

via Imgur

via Imgur

Well, it's not exactly buried treasure, but I maintain that digging up an old cesspit is still better than digging up a dead body! So things could have been a lot “crappier," so to speak.

Hey, is anyone thinkin' what I'm thinkin'? Someone must have swallowed a metal button back in the day!