Look At These Stunning Photos From The Corvette Museum Sinkhole

Good news from the National Corvette Museum this week–the ZR-1 Spyder and the 1.5 Millionth Corvette have been recovered from the sinkhole with only one more to come out after the sinkhole disaster. The nightmare is almost over. » 4/04/14 3:00pm 4/04/14 3:00pm

The Corvette Museum Sinkhole Was A Hoax Says Very Sane Internet Man

Wake up, sheeple! You probably still believe that an alleged "Corvette Museum" had a "sinkhole" open under it and swallow up some "cars." And for that I pity you. Because, clearly, this whole sinkhole business is a huge hoax. Don't believe me? Well, it's on the internet. » 3/04/14 2:00pm 3/04/14 2:00pm

Here's Why A Kentucky Sinkhole Might Have Swallowed Those Corvettes

The Bowling Green, Kentucky area where the Corvette Museum is located sits in what is known as a karst area. This is an area where water slowly dissolves the native bedrock—usually limestone— in the subsurface. Once the bedrock is dissolved to a point, it is no longer structurally sound to support the weight of what is … » 2/13/14 2:00pm 2/13/14 2:00pm