13. Bowling Green Plans for the Kentucky Trimodal Transpark were quickly abandoned when this massive 200-foot sinkhole in Bowling Green, Kentucky ripped open. Unfortunately this region is dotted with naturally-occurring, numerous underground sinks that could open at any time, making development very risky in the entire area. Still scared? OK, here are some faux sink holes from street artists. Want more? There is a whole sinkhole that created its own ghost town, too.
10 Biggest, Strangest and Amazing Sinkholes Around the World
Dead Sea Sinkholes, Israel There is a town in Israel named Ein Gedi. It a home to many sink holes. There are approximately open sinkholes around the coast. The researchers told that there can be twice as many sinkholes which are not discovered as yet.