Mel’s Hole is a supposed geographic anomaly discovered by Mel Waters on his land near Ellensburg, Washington. Waters claimed that he lived in or near Manastash Ridge, Washington, about nine miles due west of Ellensburg, though later investigation revealed that no such person was listed as a resident. According to Waters, the hole has paranormal properties, including a possibly infinite depth and the ability to restore dead animals to life.
It is speculated that the hole’s properties might be tied to some cosmological events, including unspecified alignments of the moon.
There are accounts of people dropping their dead animals into the hole and later seeing them with other people. I wont go into that because, they might not actually be their animals.
I was requested to find some pictures of “time-travelers” and this is the best I could do.
In the First picture dates back to 1940 where a man with what appears to be very modern sunglasses seems to be wearing a stamped T-shirt with a nice sweater, all the while holding a portable compact camera!
The second picture is a lot more famous. In a behind the scenes footage, part of Charlie Chaplin’s “The Circus” – A large woman dressed in black with a hat hiding most of her face, with what can only be described as a mobile phone device – talking as she walks alone.
None of these are actual proof but its still very fun to entertain the thought of time traveling.
“Live people ignore the strange and unusual. I myself am strange and unusual.”