Almost every cave has some kind of statistic highlight, told to astonished visitors by the cave guides. Sometimes it is true, sometimes not, who cares, there is no chance to verify such a statement. There is no institution which collects speleologic world records, not even the Guiness Book of World Records does. Although they tried a few times, with questionable success. Many cave owners want to impress their visitors with some kind of superlative. So they try to find some aspect of their cave, which is extraordinary. Today such a thing is called unique selling proposition (USP).
But this is the humour section, and now it starts to become wierd and funny. In order to impress their visitors, cave guides often start to develop a certain kind of creativity. They start to make up their superlatives. And this is how it works:
We found numerous caves on earth, which tell strange things. Almost everybody tries to look a bit better than he really is. The most impressive example in this sense is Cathedral Caverns in the USA. It seems they lately searched the internet or probably speleologic literature, to find new statistical highlights. So they now offer six different world records, which are either a bit complicated, or simply fantastic.
We guess, there are at least three more world records: