posted on Jan, 4 2012 @ 06:43 AM
Germany (Donnersberg Area) :
Something very unusal happened today. I had the day off so I took a drive to my favorite lake called the "Eiswoog". I went there for the first time
a month ago with my girl, feed some ducks on a warm summer afternoon. Been visiting it weekly, since.
Before I even parked the car I saw from the distance that the water in the lake was suddenly gone!
There was a small Restaurant right next to it so I went in for a drink and ask about where they put the water.
They said they didn't know where it went, it was there yesterday and didnt notice any changes to the waterlevel. Only when they opened up the
restarant in the morning was the first time they saw it missing.
This didn't happen before!
The lake is a couple of miles away from my hometown and there was a huge rain and thunderstorm last night, so shouldn't the direct opposite have
happened? No flood? Just dried out like that? Can anyone explain?
The Eiswoog is 1046 ft wide* (at its widest point West to East) and about 2500 ft long (N to S) with some minor rivers flowing out for another couple
hundred ft. (8 Hektar) (Google Maps)
Of course I took some pictures with my phone:
And here's the Wiki to the lake with picutre how it looked before