A new documentary has revealed the story behind the legend of the giant shovel.
The Land and Landscape Show, produced by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, tells the story of the man who dug up a giant hole in the ground and filled it with dirt to create a giant tunnel.
According to the documentary, the shovel was named after a German man who named his shovel the Land and the Landscape after his large dig.
He lived in the late 1800s and died at the age of 100, but the shovel is said to have been the property of a woman who lived nearby.
The woman lived alone and had a son who used to run the shop, according to the Smithsonian.
It was the woman’s son who first dug up the shovel and then buried it in the basement of the woman.