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MASS-GRAVE UNEARTHED NEAR COAL TIPPLE
Grand Haven City officials have yet to make any formal comment, but according to sources near the investigation, a large number of mysterious corpses, possibly of alien origin, were discovered this morning near the Grand Haven Coal Tipple, on a strip of land now owned by the GH Yacht Club. The Grand Haven Tribune will be reporting in tomorrow's edition that a Yacht Club maintenance worker found the first body while replacing a section of the marina's wooden walkway. Wishing to remain anonymous, the worker claims that within an hour of his initial 911 call, more than a dozen strange bodies were uncovered and removed from the site by Federal authorities. City Hall has so far refused to comment, but local Police Chief Brody is assuring local residents and tourists that our beaches will be open this summer, Grand Haven is still a safe place to visit, and in the event the Tipple presents a public safety issue, it is at a safe distance from the beach and other highly trafficked areas.
retired, with no healthcare plan...historic landmark (and possible alien artifact) ... Grand Haven's coal tipple was built in 1925 (although this date is disputed by ...
You can read more about Project Tipple, its origin and objectives, in the Artist ... the Tipple preserved and made use of in the future, or if you believe it's an alien ...
Visit the tipple at your own risk. Authorities claim that allegations of alien encounters and unexplained quantum energy fluctuations around the tipple are ...
originally posted by: LightningStrikesHere
I don't want to discredit the claim but what type of "Alien " are they talking about ? Space Alien? Illegal Alien? Alien object ?
My gut just tells me this is a Hoax or misunderstanding.
originally posted by: SpaDe_
These graves would have to be recent, meaning in like the last 50 years or so. The location of those "graves" near the sea wall would mean they were put there after the sea wall was back filled when it was built. By the looks of the marina it isn't that old.
originally posted by: mikell
Looks like to me they are putting in new shore power or something and somebody is just having fun. Could shoot up there tomorrow but headed south instead.
The first Municipal Marina docks along the Grand River, just north of the area of what is now Waterfront Stadium, were built in the late 1950s. There were 54 slips at the beginning, says Dr. Dave Seibold in his local history book, "Grand Haven in the Path of Destiny."
The marina is a joint venture between the city and the state Waterways Commission, which is part of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. With a state grant, the city added 16 slips in 1984 for the charter fishing boats, along with a fish cleaning station and restroom.
The city is now preparing for a $1.1 million project to improve the marina's shoreline protection system and protect the floating docks. The project includes a new seawall, storm sewer improvements, a small amount of dredging and stone revetment removal, and a new energy-efficient ice suppression system.
Created in support of the campaign by photographer Bob Walma, and others, to celebrate and help preserve Grand Haven's Coal Tipple as both local landmark and 'art object' - Tipple-Aid artists are busy working away on new 'Tipplewares', planning events and aiming to have a full website, including online gift shop, by mid-June (yes, this June, 2013). Also, check us out at Grand Haven's Sunday Art Market, the first Sunday of June, July, August and September.
In the meantime, please make sure you've seen the controversial short film, "The Tipple: EXPOSED" at TippleGH.com. The Tipple-Aid Steering Committee is divided over the veracity of claims made in the film, but because it features one of our members, we feel a certain obligation to promote it...
originally posted by: mikell
Now there is a lot of aliens in the area but they would probably bury them in the orchards where they work or send them back south
TIPPLE-AID Website Shut by FEDS
Updated on Wednesday
TIPPLE-AID WEBSITE SHUT BY FEDS
Less than twenty four hours after publishing a story about the mysterious mass-grave discovered near Grand Haven's Coal Tipple, Federal Agents have shut down the tippleaid.com website and confiscated boxes of documents and photographs from the Tipple-Aid offices. A web search reveals that, as of this morning, the community organization's Home Page has been replaced by a Government Warning. While obtaining any official Government response has not yet been possible, it appears this action is in response to a published story alleging the recently discovered mass-grave contained alien corpses. Local reports have been conflicting, with some claiming the graves contained Indian remains, and others claiming the so-called 'graves' are nothing but a prank by local vandals, but closure of the Tipple-Aid website does raise questions about what local officials may be withholding about recent activities at this site. For years, local engineers and surveyors have known that the Coal Tipple exhibits strange electromagnetic properties which disrupt their equipment, but photos of UFOs near the Tipple are disputed by several experts, and City Officials have always denied knowledge of any link between the Tipple and alien beings.