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Scott Simon talks with Julie Howell, a supervisor with the King County Department of Transportation in Washington state. Ms. Howell supervised this week as a massive hole on 164th Avenue Northeast, near Seattle, was filled with six truck loads of cement. The county said the hole was an old well, but UFO groups suggested that the hole had other worldly significance.