posted on Jan, 26 2011 @ 01:40 PM
About a year and a half ago my girlfriend and I bought a bottle of 1800 silver Tequila. The bottle is made out of a thick glass as is the lid. I am
sure most are familiar with the design so I won't go into further detail. As we arrived home my girlfriend and I went into the kitchen. She removed
the plastic wrap from around the lid and placed the bottle into the freezer (we like our Tequila chilled!) I was there and witnessed her put the
bottle in the freezer. No more than 2 minutes after she closed the freezer door we both heard a loud pop and a thud. The pop sounded like when you
open a champagne bottle. We immediately opened the freezer door to see that the lid was off and lying on the base of the freezer. We were startled but
assumed there was a logical explanation for the incident. We drank and went on with our night.
For the next two to three months we bought several bottles of the same Tequila and stored it the same way without repeating the incident. Then one
faithful night approximately three and a half months after the original incident we purchased another bottle. Again we both walked to the kitchen.
This time I opened the bottle, and poured a drink for my girlfriend and I. On this occasion we were making Margaritas and the drink mix was already
made and chilled in the fridge. So after pouring the Tequila in the glass I left the bottle out on the counter top knowing we would have more. We then
both walked out of the kitchen, into the living room, and sat down on the couch to watch a movie. No more then five minutes pass and our movie is
interrupted by a loud pop and a thud. I immediately run into the kitchen to find the top of the Tequila bottle lying on the counter top! The incident
has not happened since.
So to recap. Bottle of 1800 Tequilas lid pops off after being placed into freezer for no more than two minutes. Months pass and nothing happens again.
We buy another bottle and place it on the counter and minutes later the lid pops off.
What the heck. Did we have a Tequila drinking ghost? Is it just physics? I have Googled the incident and cannot find any reports of the same thing
happening to anyone else. Has anyone on here experienced anything similar? I would really like to hear your stories.
edit on 26-1-2011 by
TorqueyThePig because: Grammar