If you’re claustrophobic, you might not want to watch this video!  Twins Eddy and James Robinson are professional cavers who discover a hidden cavern under a Georgia forest.  And they take us along for the discovery!

Thanks to a friend of the twins, they found out about the cave and took the hour-long hike to arrive at the spot.

Eddy said the cave was the deepest they’d rappelled into.  In fact, he said it’s almost double the depth of other caves they’ve explored– and the scariest rappel they’ve done.

The pair rappelled down around 220 feet into the cavern, but that’s not the full depth.  One of the twins tried to explore a bit more, but there were some pretty tight spaces.

The cave is known as Flow Stone Cave on Pigeon Mountain.  Apparently there are numerous caves in the area.

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