The person who was arrested while renting a house in our city and committing a crime at the landlord’s house. The Silte zone is just about a hundred and a half km south of Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia. It’s a zoned home to 1.2 million people, with 98% of them being Muslims. The lake, with deep green colors, has a round shape having been created by a volcano thousands of years ago. The distance from the upper water level up to the rim is 120-130 meters high, and 880 meters wide. Due to the legends told about the lake, many visitors are increasingly visiting the site. Visitors say the water changes it’s color multiple times during the day. “The red soil between the water and the edge of the well and the green forest are the main reasons for the color change,” says Mohammed Dedgeba, from the Culture and Tourism Department of the Site zone. There is a chance that the watercolor will turn blue on the 15th day of the month while it occasionally gets red during the week, according to Mohammad. There is no documentation indicating the exact time this crater lake was created but it is believed to have been several millennia ago. Mohammad told us that Hare Shetan can be translated as Smoke Incense. However, others stick to its original name – Devil’s Water.