A Guy Flew His Drone Over This Strange Hole In A Lake – And The Footage Left Him Floored

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Image: YouTube/Evan K
Image: YouTube/Evan K

Standing 304 feet tall, the Monticello Dam supplies water and electricity to almost 600,000 people across Sacramento Valley and San Francisco’s North Bay. The dam was named after the town it replaced, and when the waters run low in times of drought, the ruins of old Monticello are still visible in the depths of Lake Berryessa.

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Image: YouTube/David B
Image: YouTube/David B

The townsfolk of Monticello had cleared out in the 1950s as the floodwaters gradually inched their way towards the town. Meanwhile, some 300 graves are said to have been relocated as the floodwaters rose – though fortunately the terrifying hole that nearly swallowed David’s drone wasn’t the work of angry poltergeists.

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