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originally posted by: Pauligirl
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
originally posted by: NavyDoc
originally posted by: autopat51
look at the spatter pattern...kind of looks like something was dropped there.
My guess would be a raptor or vulture feeding. The top of the stones is the perfect platform for a predatory bird.
tinfoil hat on...
You know...now that I really think about it, this could be the reason for the blood stains. Possible it was build FOR that purpose, to allow birds of prey to feed on top of the stones and the blood from their kills to run to the drain. That stain could be from multiple feedings up there. It would make the perfect spot. I could see the builders of the stones, being that they were obviously odd birds, doing just that so it would be a form of "sacrifice" and allow the blood to enter the stones....
tinfoil hat off/
I have an idea, but it’s not nearly as interesting as blood stains. It’s just purple bird poop. Birds eat purple berries and poop purple. Whoever maintains the stones may wash the standing ones without out always cleaning the top.
Google “purple bird droppings” and you’ll see something that looks a lot like this.
originally posted by: network dude
a reply to: Answer
I know right? there is no way in HELL that same bird would sit in the same spot! THEY NEVER DO THAT!
This is a bird poop conspiracy of EPIC proportions. It's either a blood sacrifice that happens just after every rain storm, or....as you said, a giant bird who is only allowed to poop in one place at one time, then never ever return to that spot.