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Just down the road a piece from the Brothel Art Museum is another hellhole. Devil's Hole, located in Death Valley National Monument, is not much to look at, just a gash in a hillside surrounded by a chainlink fence. From a small platform, you can look down the abyss into a bathtub-size pool at the bottom. The pool connects to a vast underground lake, the bottom of which has not been probed. A bottomless pit! In it swims an endangered species of tiny prehistoric pupfish found nowhere else on Earth. Biologists believe that the pool may be connected underground to other small pools of pupfish located hundreds of miles away. UFO experts believe that Devil's Hole is connected to the underground caverns located beneath Area 51 (see "The Extraterrestrial Highway").

Purportedly, reptilian-type aliens live in Devil's Hole and have emerged now and again. The Bible speaks of a bottomless pit that demons (or if you prefer, reptilian aliens) ascend out of (Revelation 11:7). According to Vincent Bugliosi, Charles Manson searched for a bottomless pit in Death Valley in which he and his family could hide during Helter Skelter-and afterward, he would come forth as leader of the world. The Reverend Ethan Acres believes that Devil's Hole is one of the portals of hell. He holds that it is no coincidence that this heinous hole is found so close to Nevada's brothels. "For a whore is a deep ditch and a strange woman is a narrow pit" (Proverbs 23:27). Take Highway 95 toward Amargosa Valley, turn south onto Nevada Highway 160. When you see the flashing red lights, turn right on Ranch Road toward the brothels in Crystal, Nevada. Proceed down the dirt road until you see a chainlink fence on your right. Devil's Hole, Death Valley National Monument, (760) 786-2331.

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