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Old 03-09-2015, 12:04 PM   #1
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Default Sheer rock walls, pitch darkness and twice the height of the Statue of Liberty

Intrepid climbers capture amazing photos on descent into America's deepest pit
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Fantastic Pit in Ellison's Cave, Georgia, USA, is 586ft deep - twice the height of the Statue of Liberty
Climbers completed the descent and and produced a stunning set of photograph of the cave system
One of the group, Amy Hinkle, insists if proper training is done, 'caving is a relatively safe sport'
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Fantastic Pit in Ellison's Cave, Georgia, USA, is 586ft deep -
almost twice the height of the Statue of Liberty
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