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Dead Man's Hole

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off County Road 401 between RR. 2147 East and Highway 71, Marble Falls, TX
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Hill Country Estate Vineyard Tour in Marble Falls

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Head to Texas Hill Country to relax at a local winery. Sample wines while you learn about the differences between estate-grown and Texas High Plains AVA grapes. After the tasting, take a tour of the production facilities including the crush pad and the fermentation, bottling, and barrel rooms. You can also shop for wines to take home.
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Matt L. wrote a review Aug 2020
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So me and my Sister went on a day trip. You have to drive down a narrow county road to get to this, then down a dirt road. It felt creepy driving down the county road let alone to get there. It was quiet. We didn’t see or hear anything odd, but we did feel like we were being watched. She had evps that were coming out with the word “Indian” in them and figures that were standing a distance from me seen through her phone that disappeared when I turned to look. We took a picture and I noticed in the photo later when I got home there was a strange figure with a face that looked like an Indian. Super strange!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Hopsing-NH wrote a review Oct 2019
Gorham, New Hampshire791 contributions117 helpful votes
Easy to find once our gps figured it out. Very short and easy walk to get to the stone telling the story and hole is right behind it. Had a good laugh walking over to it as something smacked my arm. Thinking it was a grasshopper...but who knows!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Roxanne B wrote a review Mar 2019
Houston, Texas122 contributions21 helpful votes
My adult son talked me into going there which is in the middle of nowhere. The rocky path that led up to it was pretty cool. When we got there, my teenage daughter and mother refused to get off the car! Lol The history of this place is extremely strange, but it is a definite must see!
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Date of experience: March 2019
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PETUNIA1985 wrote a review Jan 2019
Fort Smith, Arkansas415 contributions98 helpful votes
My husband found this spot on a 'map' we picked up of the area so we decided to 'find it'. It was up a road that you normally wouldn't choose and had to circle back to find the actual spot. Not much else there except people who have dumped there...unfortunate. The spot is historically marked and weilds an interesting tale. It appears they have filled in the 'hole'...probably don't want further investigation of the interior 'hole'. Worth the stop and the photos we sent back to friends in Florida!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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momcheers wrote a review Nov 2018
Hayden, CO178 contributions61 helpful votes
We found this spot because of geocaching! It's an interesting piece of history for this part of the country - I'm sure this isn't the only such place in the country! Just a quick stop for history buffs -- nothing spectacular but worth the fun, gruesome history! Short, easy drive from town.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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