Before you get to Niagara Falls you may choose to go through a place called Devil’s Hole. With that kind of fore-seeming name for a place one would expect to experience some hellfire and brimstone. But no such luck. The place itself was a delight showcasing a Roosevelt Era powerplant.
If the Devil does live at Devil’s Hole, NY then he’s in luck because hours of amusement are available to the jerk. Japanese beetles run an orgiastic muck atop all sorts of plant matter. Beelzebub can delight in watching all kinds of sickened sexual scenarios play out, like the one we were witness to: two pairs of Japanese beetle’s in beetle-style positions making non-romantics fall in love all over again. Sexy?
No! -it turned into an angry madhouse by a single cast out beetle. The fifth wheel if you ask me. First this repressed beetle tried to throw off one mounted male beetle then the other. Violent, repressed, possibly homosexual beetle- tuned into rape scenarios. A beetle with no angle, fuck it, with no angel watching over it. This is Devils Hole!
A place where Seneca Indians massacred two forts worth of American soldiers in 1763. That’s 80 men at a time. I guess I too would be confused and incredibly petrified if my mates were not returning from a place called Devil’s Hole. But, it wasn’t Satan who was brutally ambushing these soldiers; it was well strategized Indian soldiers. Historical records report that the ambush persisted over the course of several days, 3 times. There were no plaques to congratulate the Indians for their ingenious strategies and war time bravado. Just a bunch of beetles from Japan making love, or trying to.