As we’re sure you know, a sinkhole opened up underneath the National Corvette Museum last month, claiming the lives of eight irreplaceable Corvettes in the process. To normal, logical thinking people, we knew this was the real deal. We saw the webcam footage, we’ve seen the cars in the pit and we’ve seen them being rescued from it. So how can it be possible that some people might think it’s a hoax?
According to YouTube user ZurnMusic, who knows nothing about cars and even less about sinkholes, the hole in the Corvette Museum was a fake. Apparently, it’s all a conspiracy because “the floor looks like it’s made out of paper”, and because you can find a Corvette ZR1 Hot Wheels car online. Well guys, I guess that’s it. He’s proven us all wrong with those two facts, we can stop talking about the Corvette sinkhole now.
Our personal favorite part is when he’s commenting on the C4 which was almost completely buried by the debris. “Look at this, this thing got buried. It got buried so deep…it’s like..where did all the dirt come from to bury it?” he says, apparently suggesting the ground is not made of dirt.
To listen to his 9-minute long irrational rambling and simultaneously lose your faith in humanity, have a look at the video below.