It'll be a cold day in Hell when.. well, when the mercury dips below freezing.
That's exactly what happened in Hell, Mich., the unfortunately-named town located an hour west of Detroit. The few hundred residents saw temperatures, with wind chill, sink below -30 degrees earlier this week. Thursday's midday temperature rose to a balmy 13 degrees, with a wind chill of 2 degrees.
Via the Go To Hell, Michigan Facebook page.
Named in 1841, it's clear that the town is pleased with the attention and happy to take advantage of its name: the town also offers diplomas (fake, we assume) from Damnation University and has held a hearse parade during Hellfest, hosted by a local car club. What's it called? Just Hearse 'N Around.
Once it thaws a little, Hell might be worth a visit -- perhaps even in a handbasket.