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Tree in Texas Mysteriously Leaks Water

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posted on Aug, 17 2006 @ 10:45 PM
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Here's info fron KENS in San Antonio. I believe that was the station where I saw the report.

The tree story link




posted on Aug, 17 2006 @ 11:19 PM
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Yep, sounds strange.

I'm surprised the owner isn't bottling it and selling it on ebay as "magical water."

With all the wacky auctions you see on there nowadays they could really profit from that tree.

Lets see, even at 5 bucks a gallon, every 10 minutes, that's 30 bucks an hour minus the cost of 6 plastic jugs.


I'm sure there would be enough people that would believe it and buy it especially with the documented media coverage,.... magic water or not, just to say they bought water that came from a tree that was in the news.


Later,... Ausable_Bill



posted on Aug, 18 2006 @ 12:07 AM
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That guy has a money tree and he doesn't even seem to realize it. Take guided tours to see the tree charging a fee to let everyone see it. Then sell the bottled water from the tree. Perhaps with a little caution, "drink at your own risk". I'm wondering what kind of restrictions prevent shipping bottled water. Perhaps the grocery store bottled water follows stricter guidelines when it gets shipped.



posted on Aug, 18 2006 @ 08:52 AM
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Originally posted by roadgravel
Here's info fron KENS in San Antonio. I believe that was the station where I saw the report.

The tree story link


That story rings phoney. Reminds me of the old swamp gas story about ufos. If it were true that the water is coming from a water pipeline then they can just shut the water and leave shut so everyone can see that it is just a pipeline that is the source of the water. It makes me suspicious when people are only being told that the water stopped flowing from the tree when the pipeline was shut down. Apparently, there are no other witnesses to this supposed connection between the tree and the water pipe. If the story is true they should film the water being shut down and the simultaneous cessation of water flow from the tree and put it on the news. That would settle the matter. I doubt it will happen.

This sounds like a concocted story to discourage people from swarming all over the man's property. In a way, I can understand his plight.



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