Drill, Comrade, Drill.
May 8, 2014 9:30 AM Subscribe
posted by AlonzoMosleyFBI (50 comments total)
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There is a place in Russia called the Kola Penninsula that is just a jump away from both Norway and Finland. At this remote locale, people can visit a crumbling cinder block building in the middle of nowhere that is surround by debris. Amongst this debris is a nondescript metal cap secured with a dozen rusting bolts. Beneath this cap is the deepest hole in the world
The Kola Superdeep Borehole was a Russian project started in 1970 to drill as deep a hole as possible into the Earth's crust. By the time they stopped the project in 1994, they had drilled 7.5 miles straight down. Here is the full article
from Atlas Obscura. And though they did find lots of interesting stuff down there, they did not in fact discover the screams of tormented souls