A painted warning in the cave says “Stop now or Pinky’ll get you!” Pinky’s Cave is a 3-mile concrete drainage ditch. Several decades ago, teenager Robert Pinkman claimed the tunnel for himself and his friends, calling it Pinky’s Cave. It became the stuff of neighborhood legends, a hangout for kids that was good, clean fun. Over the years folks would tell ghost stories there, and a legend grew about a mother and her baby who died in the cave.
Note: The cave is no longer a safe place. Do not enter without proper permission and equipment. Prone to flash flooding.
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- Near 1646 Ardath Ave
Wichita Falls, TX
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- 33.88992584448107, -98.50062309325409
- Wichita County, Texas
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