There's a street in Camino, California called Glory Hole Drive and people won't stop stealing the sign. It's been taken at least five times, and costs about $300 to replace.

The road got its name from an old mining term. A Glory Hole would be a deep mine shaft or an open-pit mine.

Steve Smith who lives on Glory Hole Drive says he's used to this, "We moved out from Alaska and our street name up there was 'Smoke Bowl.'"

If you try to find it on Google Maps, you'll see that the sign is missing.

Google Maps

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