For as long as anyone can remember, something strange has been happening at Lost Lake in central Oregon's Willamette National Forest. Around this time each year, the lake drains down a huge hole (see video above). Just where all the H2O goes has been a bit of a mystery, The Bulletin reported. The lake "fills up in the winter, when input exceeds the rate of draining, and then it goes dry
and it becomes a meadow," Jude McHugh, a spokeswoman for the national forest, told the Bend, Ore.-based newspaper. If anyone were to plug the hole -- which McHugh said she hopes no one would try to do -- it would cause flooding.
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