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Nothing is impossible. Even the word itself says, - I,M,POSSIBLE!!

In North Yorkshire, England one of the UK’s oldest Pay to Enter tourist attractions on the banks of the Nidd River. Once believed to be cursed by the devil or a witch this cave near the town of Knaresborough seems like something from the mind of H.P Lovecraft; the cave’s entrance mildly resembles a skull. The strangest thing, however, is that anything the water of the cave touches turns to stone. Items left near the cave seem to magically turn to stone in amazingly little time. Scientists have found an unusually high mineral content in the waters of the cave. This explains why the items develop a hard shell, much like a stalactite forming, but they cannot explain how it happens so quickly. While stalactites and stalagmites can take centuries to form, the petrification of these items only takes weeks or sometimes months depending on the size of the item.