- Hole-in-the-Ground is a large maar (volcanic explosion crater) in the Fort Rock-Christmas Lake Valley Basin of Lake County, central Oregon, northeast of Crater Lake, near Oregon Route 31. 
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Hole-in-the-Ground is a large maar (volcanic explosion crater) in the Fort Rock-Christmas Lake Valley Basin of Lake County, central Oregon, northeast of Crater Lake, near Oregon Route 31. It is about 1.0 mile (1,600 m) across, a little longer N-S than E-W.
The Hole in the Ground is a 2019 supernatural horror film directed by Lee Cronin in his feature debut film, from a screenplay by Cronin and Stephen Shields. The film stars Seána Kerslake, James Cosmo, Kati Outinen, Simone Kirby, Steve Wall and James Quinn Markey. The story follows a young woman who begins to suspect that her son's disturbing behavior is linked to a mysterious sinkhole.
The Hole in the Ground Critics Consensus. The Hole in the Ground artfully exploits parental fears with a well-made horror outing that makes up in sheer effectiveness what it lacks in originality.
Hole in the Ground The exact origin of the mile-wide crater in the Fort Rock Basin of Lake County, central Oregon is a mystery. Thought to be of volcanic origin, rather than the result of an...
The Hole in the Ground. A single mother living in the Irish countryside with her son begins to suspect he may not be her son at all, and fears his increasingly disturbing behavior is linked to a mysterious sinkhole in the forest behind their house.
- Lee Cronin
- 2 min
- Examine the size and shape of the hole. Mounds with holes in the center indicate gophers or moles. Cone-shaped hills with smaller-diameter holes may be caused by night-crawlers or underground insect colonies.
- Determine if there are tunnels or trenches connected to the hole. Tunnels indicate underground animals. Trenches near bushes may be caused by rabbits building nests.
- Look closely at the spacing between holes. Irregularly spaced and shallow holes may be caused by striped skunks or grey squirrels. Small, well-spaced holes can indicate a short-tail shrew or mouse.
- Observe the markings around the hole. Small, U-shaped holes with lines in the soil indicate wasps that have brought food to the hole to feed their young.
There are actually many different kinds of insects and animals that leave some type of hole or holes in the ground. The key to identifying the culprit is to look at the width and depth of the hole, and examine the area around the hole. Very small holes may be caused by birds, earthworms, or solitary ground nesting bees.
One of the year's stand-out horrors, The Hole in the Ground is now terrifying audiences in cinemas after debuting at Sundance in January. The horror movie centres on single mother Sarah (Seána...
- Ian Sandwell
Sometimes the holes are grapefruit size, sometimes golf ball size. Some holes are deep but some are described as shallow. Sometimes there are piles of dirt and sometimes not. Rarely do my clients see a creature making the hole. If moles, ground bees, chipmunks, and the neighbor’s dog are ruled out, what’s left? SOIL SUBSIDENCE?
Holes throughout the lawn are usually sourced to small rodents, like voles or moles, or insects. Mole holes are covered by a hill of earth, while a vole hole is not. Birds make holes in sod as they search for food and earthworms make small little holes the size of pencils to aerate the soil and provide air to their tunnels.