Here you have it folks...the gates of Hell!
Don't believe me? Well, according to Discovery News, this is the real deal from ancient scribes.
Scribes like Cicero and the Greek geographer Strabo mentioned the gate to hell as located at the ancient site in Turkey, noted Discovery, but nobody had been able to find it until now.
“Pluto’s Gate” has been documented in the Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites,
which noted in its description of ancient Hierapolis, “Adjoining the
temple on the SE is the Plutoneion, which constituted the city's chief
claim to fame. It was described by Strabo as an orifice in a ridge of
the hillside, in front of which was a fenced enclosure filled with thick
mist immediately fatal to any who entered.”
Strabo (64 B.C.- 24 B.C.) wrote,
“This space is full of a vapor so misty and dense that one can scarcely
see the ground. Any animal that passes inside meets instant death. I
threw in sparrows and they immediately breathed their last and fell.”
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