Gate to Hell discovered in Turkey

Gate to Hell discovered in Turkey

There are 1 comment on the Marshfield News-Herald story from Apr 1, 2013, titled Gate to Hell discovered in Turkey. In it, Marshfield News-Herald reports that:

As far as archaeological discoveries go, it's a darker one: Pluto's Gate -- aka, the fabled gate to the underworld -- has reportedly been unearthed in Turkey.

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The Lubricator

Old Lyme, CT

#1 Apr 1, 2013
That's balderdash. Turkey's lucky to have the Gate to New Jersey -- if they have it. It's long been known and accepted to be in Alabama, with a subsidiary (Dog Door To Hell) in MIssissippi. You really can't have upstart claimants waving and hollering "Over here! Over here! Gate to Hell! Cold beer, topless girls, boogie-woogie bazouki!" Before long it just wouldn't be meaningful. A favorite infernal portal can be found in Toronto, near the downtown Tim Horton's: Gate To Heck. It's not too bad. You throw in a couple of those famous sparrows and they fly right out again, like what'd you expect? Better than the Mystery Vortex.

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