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    " I have did my work of putting boots on the ground. I have been chased by bull's in the pastures, I have walked upon sleep walking bears and I have been in some terrible situations out there in the wild."

    Lol, Damn, now I have an image of this guy walking around a park and dramatically gesturing as he reads a poetry book aloud.
    Last edited by freeman; Oct 17, 2019 at 08:45 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    I have walked upon sleep walking bears
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    ... I have walked upon sleep walking bears and I have been in some terrible situations out there in the wild.
    I have had landowners go by me on four wheelers while I was standing behind the only bush on their property...
    ...and everybody was dancing in the moonlight!

    Then those sleep walking bears woke up and it was Goldilocks time behind that bush!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billieg View Post
    LOL, well one thing we do know is you're no English major.....
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    Did you expect anything different, Billieg, he has stated time and time again of not being fond of teachers, educators, academics, or professional historians, so that should explain why English was not a major.
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    Haha, he can’t even spell correctly
    the correct spelling is “Phaq”
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    That's a pretty clever fairytale that you made up here...
    The only problem is that the so-called "Money Pit" is really nothing but a man-made reservoir to hold the water from the Swamp when the Swamps plug is pulled.. And then to refill the Swamp AFTER those who created this ingenious system were done either depositing, or withdrawing the Treasures under the Swamp when they were done doing what they needed to do. This is precisely why the creators of this unique "Bank Vault" didn't even bother trying to hide to "Swamp Water Holding Tank Hole".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pubmech View Post
    That's a pretty clever fairytale that you made up here...
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    FAIRYTALE....FAIRYTALE........... HOW DARE YOU!!!!!!! MY STORY IS 100%true.....





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    Welcome to the forum Pubmech. Your 'theory' has as much evidence to support it as any of the other treasure stories....
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  7. #502

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pubmech View Post
    That's a pretty clever fairytale that you made up here...
    The only problem is that the so-called "Money Pit" is really nothing but a man-made reservoir to hold the water from the Swamp when the Swamps plug is pulled.. And then to refill the Swamp AFTER those who created this ingenious system were done either depositing, or withdrawing the Treasures under the Swamp when they were done doing what they needed to do. This is precisely why the creators of this unique "Bank Vault" didn't even bother trying to hide to "Swamp Water Holding Tank Hole".
    Anything is still possible. With your theory I assume the logs every 10' if true were in place to keep the back filled dirt from completely filling in the hole below the flood entry point "X" amount of feet down? and your theory does do away with the flood tunnels from the ocean if they are true or were really used for salt collecting as some think..
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    That theory at least "holds water".

    Though with an ocean a few yards away I'm not sure why they would build a reservoir so they could refill the swamp. And the swamp would hold about 500 Money Pit Fulls of water. 200 ft deep x 6 ft dia. would be about six tanker trucks full.
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    The "Flood Tunnels" could have been used to let most of the Swamps' water in and out using the Tides.. The rest I believe that the MP could have handled.
    Also, after reading other theory's about the Swamp as being an old British Navy Ship Yard and/or Ship Repair Yard, I think it makes more sense to me now that the swamp was used as a Dry-Dock in which they would have needed to sail a Ship in to the Swamp area, drain the water, repair/build the ship(s), quickly refill the Swamp and sail it out to the ocean - repeat... Basically just how they do it today, accept they were using gravity and tides to move the water in and out instead of modern pumps. It's not as glamorous as treasurer of course, but it seems to make a lot more sense after reading the some of the theories on OI being nothing more than a Ship Yard of some sort.
    Last edited by Pubmech; Nov 21, 2019 at 05:04 AM.

 

 
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