Is Laramie, Wyoming jealous of Cheyenne's Wyoming's downtown hole in the ground? The hole next to the Hynds building has been there long enough that people might just miss it when it's gone. Now that is a popular hole.

Not wanting to be left behind, Laramie invited a local rock band who is known for compromising the structural integrity of buildings it has played in, know in the biz' as bringing the house down, to play a concert in one of their downtown's older buildings.

"The place collapsed a day after we played," said the band's leader with a proud smile. The band played on Saturday, June 6, 2015. The Hart’s Alley building, 404 S. Second St. The building collapsed Sunday afternoon, June 7, 2015.

Don't believe it? Google it.  While you are on google, look up Google satellite images for both holes. You can see them from space.

Cheyenne has cleaned up its hole and even put a billboard in front of it with photos of children. Laramie's hole still needs a lot of clean up and can be seen plainly through a chain link fence.

So who has the better downtown hole? Cheyenne or Laramie? You can cast your vote below.

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