The Devil’s Kettle waterfall in the State of Minnesota is one of the strangest waterfalls in the world. The natural treasure can be found in the Judge C. R. Magney State Park and even scientists cannot explain the phenomenon. The waterfall itself, coming from above like any other, but after 15.24 metres it sneaks into a hole and no one knows where its path continues through!
As the river splits and only one of the flows goes into the hole, there is another aspect of the natural phenomenon. The Devil’s Kettle is the place where all of the water comes together, at the very bottom of the falls. The part that goes to the hole, though, still amazes everyone. Researchers try to put dye and items into the water to see where it goes after leaving the Kettle, but it is all in vane as nothing reappears – nor dye nor items.