Seems to me that a lot of areas have a place called the "Blue Hole", but I reckon that's just coincidence or something. I do know that my hometown of Georgetown here in Texas has a place that used to go by the same name.
The Blue Hole
New Jersey’s sprawling pine barrens are a place of great mystery. One such strange site is the Blue Hole of Winslow Township. The Blue Hole is located in the midst of a dense wilderness, and is immediately peculiar. While all the other bodies of water in the area tend to be brown and murky, the water of the Hole is a crystalline blue.
Even at the height of summer, the Blue Hole is quite cold, and legends claim that it might be bottomless. There is an element of danger as well; there are reports of whirlpools and beasts dragging swimmers down into their depths, never to be seen again. People have even claimed to see the infamous Jersey Devil haunting the Blue Hole, waiting to pounce on some unsuspecting victim.
Like some of the other entries on this list, the Blue Hole is easily investigated by amateur sleuths and monster hunters; it is part of a public wildlife preserve and easily reachable on foot.
Thanks to the folks over at Listverse for letting us know about this place. I know that some of you might want to go and check it out, and if you go be sure to take your camera 'cause I want to know what you see! I ain't going, but I'll look at the pictures, OK?
Coffee out on the patio again this morning. Temps are supposed to go back up into the 70s and that's fine by me!