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BLUE ASH, Ohio — If you believe some of the residents of Cincinnati suburb Blue Ash, Ohio, there is a “portal to hell” there.

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According to WCPO, the “portal” is a storm drain — that is on private property.

The site is attracting ghost hunters and it is causing headaches for both the homeowners and the local police.

“It’s rough on the homeowners,” Blue Ash Police Lt. Steve Schueler told WCPO. “People park in their driveway and try to get into the drainage system and nobody likes that. [The owner] has had to chase off some people, for sure.”

Many who live nearby claim they’ve heard screams coming from the tunnel — dubbed “Satan’s Hollow” — at night.

Filmmaker and ghost hunter David Scott told WCPO of the tunnel, “This is one of the scariest locations I have ever investigated.”