Boy Follows Dog . . . To The Bottom Of A Hole

At a home outside Brookhaven, in Lincoln County Mississippi, a grandmother was enjoying a quiet afternoon with her grandson. The family dog had been missing for two to three days, having mysteriously vanished from around the family’s property. Then just like a dog, four-year-old Gabe Allbritton went missing. A frantic search ensued, and the boy was discovered at the bottom of a 23 foot hole . . . along with his dog. It is believed that Gabe somehow heard his … Continue reading →

Girl Swallowed by the Earth in Neighbor’s Backyard

On one sunny Saturday in June, a mother and her daughter played tag in the front yard of their home in Hackettstown, New Jersey.  With her mother Marlen close behind, Alyson Machigua giggled as she ran into the back yard of an elderly neighbor. When she was about halfway across the neighbor’s yard the toddler suddenly disappeared.  It was as though she had been swallowed by the earth.  The girl had fallen into a hole that was later found to … Continue reading →

Children Falling Down Holes

Child Dies In Crevice In New Mexico, the search for a 4-year-old boy came to a sad conclusion after searchers discovered the child’s body inside a deep, narrow hole in a neighbor’s backyard. The boy was reported missing on Saturday and was initially the subject of an AMBER alert. A renewed house-to-house search had just started Sunday when a detective discovered the 14-inch-wide hole. Searchers later sent a camera down inside the hole, confirming the child’s body was about 30 … Continue reading →

Two Girls Fall Into Mine While Riding ATV

9-1-07 A family recreational outing turned deadly over the weekend when two girls on an ATV fell down a 125-foot mine shaft. They were riding along with their father in an area of the Arizona  desert  in  Chloride,  about  17  miles  North  of Kingman. The father was on a dirt-bike riding ahead of the girls. He looked back and noticed they were missing around 7 p.m. on Saturday. Searchers were unable to locate the girls until about 6:20 A.M. on … Continue reading →