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ok, here is a snip from another link:

"One famous sighting of Tessie is by well-known oceanographer, Jacques Cousteau. Cousteau was said to have traveled to Lake Tahoe in the 1970s to research the wonders of Tahoe’s depths. While diving he took pictures of what some claim was Tahoe Tessie. He refused to release photos stating, “The world is not ready for what’s down there.”

The problem with this story, according to Nevada State Archivist, Guy Rocha, is there are no records of Cousteau having visited Tahoe. It’s just another myth."


here's the link: [link to bedavidson.wordpress.com]
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He was indeed there, so was the article, I personally read it!
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link... [link to www.historylink.org]


I dunno about yall...but that f'n story is AMAZING!!!

That IS the America we all love to remember....those folks were on top of that shit.

The response is INCREDIBLE!

WTF is the problem with this gulf deal...other than the obvious collusion and double dealing.

Anyhow...what I mean is that kind of response is the kind of response to a 'disaster' we in america expect from fellow americans.
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Can you imagine how tragic it must have been to lose 2 children in one accident... (lots of siblings on that bus) How sad..
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I've read that Lake Tahoe, which I have visited ... has a layer deep that has no oxygen. The article was related to global warming, as I recall. Due to global warming the lake is turning over in places, or circulating seasonally. The lack of oxygen might help explain the lack of decomposition.

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GREAT LINK FOR THIS THREAD:

[link to www.misanthropytoday.com]

LOTS MORE DETAILS
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I could be wrong, but I think the lake he is talking about is flathead lake in montana. He did do a dive in this lake sometime. It is supposedly a bottomless lake, which means Im guessing its so deep that noone has been able to find a bottom to it. I remember a friend telling me the same thing you read that he said. That the human race was not ready for what he saw when he went on this paticular dive.....
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We have a bottomless cave pool on Kauai. A dive team went down to explore (not sure the year) and disappeared. So, they sent a rescue team, and they all disappeared as well. nobody has ever gone down and come back... damned
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ok, here is a snip from another link:

"One famous sighting of Tessie is by well-known oceanographer, Jacques Cousteau. Cousteau was said to have traveled to Lake Tahoe in the 1970s to research the wonders of Tahoe’s depths. While diving he took pictures of what some claim was Tahoe Tessie. He refused to release photos stating, “The world is not ready for what’s down there.”

The problem with this story, according to Nevada State Archivist, Guy Rocha, is there are no records of Cousteau having visited Tahoe. It’s just another myth."


here's the link: [link to bedavidson.wordpress.com]




He was indeed there, so was the article, I personally read it!
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no doubt my friend! just sharing what i found. let's not forget, this forum is all about debunking the debunkers!

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[link to www.archive.org]

listen to their findings.... interesting... no monsters or dead bodies though...


wish i could see the pics they are talking about though..
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Squid?

one of the audio tapes is about squid and Lake Tahoe

are there freshwater squid?
or maybe there really is a tunnel from the Pacific to Lake Tahoe

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ok, here is a snip from another link:

"One famous sighting of Tessie is by well-known oceanographer, Jacques Cousteau. Cousteau was said to have traveled to Lake Tahoe in the 1970s to research the wonders of Tahoe’s depths. While diving he took pictures of what some claim was Tahoe Tessie. He refused to release photos stating, “The world is not ready for what’s down there.”

The problem with this story, according to Nevada State Archivist, Guy Rocha, is there are no records of Cousteau having visited Tahoe. It’s just another myth."


here's the link: [link to bedavidson.wordpress.com]




He was indeed there, so was the article, I personally read it!


no doubt my friend! just sharing what i found. let's not forget, this forum is all about debunking the debunkers!

peace
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I could be wrong, but I think the lake he is talking about is flathead lake in montana. He did do a dive in this lake sometime. It is supposedly a bottomless lake, which means Im guessing its so deep that noone has been able to find a bottom to it. I remember a friend telling me the same thing you read that he said. That the human race was not ready for what he saw when he went on this paticular dive.....



We have a bottomless cave pool on Kauai. A dive team went down to explore (not sure the year) and disappeared. So, they sent a rescue team, and they all disappeared as well. nobody has ever gone down and come back... damned
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Now that's creepy.
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Three pages and you people still don't get it. It's Fredo. Move along now. Nothing to see here.
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Hello!!!!!!

OK Suppose this is all true, so what happened to all the bodies from the Titanic, submarines and ships that have gone down. They can go get treasure but there are no bodies.
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Lots of creatures to ingest dead things in ocean...like sharks...and many other sea creatures will eat a corpse...a crab...etc


In a deep lake, even one fed by an underground stream-the ecosystem is different-fresh water, no sharks...

also the bacterial components are different-they would decompose in either environment, but depending on various factors and thermal temps that are freezing or near them slow decomposition down considerably

J Cousteau said simialr comments about a few really deep dives...in a lake and in the ocean...I did not realize when I was younger he was a bit of a eugenicist

Wonder if he changed that viewpoint after his son tragically died...diving accident.
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link... [link to www.historylink.org]


I dunno about yall...but that f'n story is AMAZING!!!

That IS the America we all love to remember....those folks were on top of that shit.

The response is INCREDIBLE!

WTF is the problem with this gulf deal...other than the obvious collusion and double dealing.

Anyhow...what I mean is that kind of response is the kind of response to a 'disaster' we in america expect from fellow americans.
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Agreed! I just read this story---wow! I live in WA state.

Someone also mentioned Flathead Lake. It's one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen (well, the whole NW is). The depth is 370 feet. [link to en.wikipedia.org]
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We have a bottomless cave pool on Kauai. A dive team went down to explore (not sure the year) and disappeared. So, they sent a rescue team, and they all disappeared as well. nobody has ever gone down and come back... damned
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Wow, now THAT is freaky. What year was this? And where, exactly? Do you know?

I can see why no one else would try to go back!
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I hope Jacques Cousteau was a christian or he is burning in hell.
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'The Descent"? damned


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blumerl The Mafia do seem to have a thing about dumping dead bodies in water. This thread reminds me of those old B/W crime movies where there are half a dozen bodies wearing cement boots floating upright under the piers of New Jersey.
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We have a bottomless cave pool on Kauai. A dive team went down to explore (not sure the year) and disappeared. So, they sent a rescue team, and they all disappeared as well. nobody has ever gone down and come back... damned


Wow, now THAT is freaky. What year was this? And where, exactly? Do you know?

I can see why no one else would try to go back!
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Here's the cave

Wai-a-Kanaloa cave


[link to www.pacificworlds.com]

Can't find anything about the explorers - not surprising - any news that could affect tourism is always hushed up.
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and then there are these caves that no team of scientists ever went into again......

:cavemonster:

Holy crap what is that? Is there any background info on this image?
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THERE ARE MANY places around the US that seem to be focal points of high strangeness - vortexes of bizarre sightings, unexplained encounters and eerie events. Reports gathered over the decades have bestowed reputations on these locations as places you might not want to travel alone, or at least tread carefully. The interesting thing about most of these areas is that they are confluences of a variety of phenomena and strange things have been seen there.

The Superstition Mountains - Arizona

This mountainous area in south central Arizona didn’t get its name for nothing. And white men weren’t the first to note its bad vibrations; the Apache Indians called it the Devil’s playground.

Among the reported strangeness are:

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An entry into a subterranean world. Those who claim to have penetrated the tunnel tell of the remains of ancient structures and a spiral staircase that leads down into the bowels of earth. Some say Reptilian humanoids ....................

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If there were bodies presevered from the 20s,30s,40s, why not others ..from other time periods...like indians, prehistoric animals, prehistoric humans....dinosaurs perhaps??

Wow perhaps even a real neaderthal??
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Bones... mastadons... dire wolves... camels... stags... teeth... shoals of bones washed up in huge piles... Tanana River, AK... check it out.
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What is this in the middle of the Superstition Mountains?

"Cholla Tank?"

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Here's the cave

Wai-a-Kanaloa cave


[link to www.pacificworlds.com]

Can't find anything about the explorers - not surprising - any news that could affect tourism is always hushed up.
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That's a scary looking cave. No way would I go in there.

You're right--can't find a thing about divers dying in there. :/
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In the deep oceans, all bodies decompose and get scavenged to nothing. Most freshwater lakes are quite different.

Jacques Cousteau and his crew once took out a dead camel into the Indian ocean. The camel carcass was lowered into a shark-proof cage to 3 miles down. The cage was reeled back in and an enormous, sperm whale-sized "thing" (presumably a shark) came up with it.

Web legend passed around, don't know if it is true 1dunno1

if it is.... damned

I'll stay in fresh, inland waters TYVM. scream uhoh shark
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and then there are these caves that no team of scientists ever went into again......

:cavemonster:

Holy crap what is that? Is there any background info on this image?
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Supposed demon creature in a cave. Pic was found to be fake.
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Yeah i've herd about this and the Illuminati use this lake to dumb many people in it after they complete a job. In order for them to remain unanimous. When they take the person there and juice them until they died. First they splatter then they collect it for dna database where they lick boots and dance to the Illuminati 24/7. And when you think that was enough they start to blow each other.
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Does anyone have any information about this quote from Jacques Cousteau, which he was quoted as saying after a deep dive somewhere?

I remember hearing this, and did some Google searching, but can't really find anything..... I think it's in reference to a deep dive in Lake Tahoe, but I could be wrong..

Has anyone else heard this quote, and does it bother you too, that something startling and unknown might be in a lake or ocean that we don't know about?

Edit: just found this information which is kinda chilling, but I don't see why he wouldn't have informed law enforcement.


[link to www.cryptomundo.com]

Many have told me that, if you were to take a submarine down 900 feet just off South Shore, you would see hundreds of bodies suspended in the water, preserved perfectly like an underwater wax museum, most wearing clothes from the 1920s, ’30s and ’40s.

The legend is that this is where the Mafia killers dumped bodies after executions. Some fishermen even call the spot The Grave. At Tahoe, many locals talk as if everybody knows about this, that there are lots of gangsters down there, wearing pinstriped suits, with sneers on their faces and bullet holes in their foreheads.

This makes sense. It has long been verified that Tahoe is a lake that does not give up its dead. That is because the lake is so deep, with an average depth of 989 feet, and so cold, with the temperature hovering just above freezing. So that prevents the creation of gases that would otherwise bloat and float corpses to the surface as in other waters.
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I could be wrong, but I think the lake he is talking about is flathead lake in montana. He did do a dive in this lake sometime. It is supposedly a bottomless lake, which means Im guessing its so deep that noone has been able to find a bottom to it. I remember a friend telling me the same thing you read that he said. That the human race was not ready for what he saw when he went on this paticular dive.....



Friggin great. I grew up swimming in that lake. Now I am all creeped out.
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eeeeeewwwww. as well you should be. Have you had yourself for alien DNA???? well maybe you should. Do people look at you funny???? do you find youself doing strange things, like walking around the dark and raiding the fridge at night? Do you find youself immune to traffic camera's?

All sorts of tell tale signs that you may be contaminated!!!! hiding
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OP,

This past weekend I responded to some thread about how I used to live in Reno and the locals swore that some people would disappear (drown?) at Lake Tahoe and re-surface miles away at Pyramid lake. (There are many chambers and tunnels at the bottom that some people believe connect the two bodies of water- although they're 60-90 miles apart.

The thing is, I just did a factory recovery on my computer and have no idea where I posted that and I'm not a member here so I don't know how to search.

I imagine it was on a thread about BP though. But I DID copy/paste an article from the Reno Gazette where he said he encountered what you're talking about- including an Indian Chief (perfectly preserved with uniform, feathers, etc.

The Indian floated right towards the window or whatever he looked out of and that's when he said, "Take us up!"

I would have, too.

Miggy

(I know! It was a thread by Trinity talking about how he thought there might be an underground water supply that links throughout the USA. It was the day the Great Lakes had dust/pollen float to the surface. Probably search Great lakes and you'll find it. Only I think the title at the time said something about Oil Spill in Lake Superior)

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No way...sounds like a buffet if you're a fish. That'd never last.
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OP, here. I found it.

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you know I was thinking..

what if there is some deep underground network of rivers that connects the water supply for the entire country...

what if that oil well cut right through it and now the casing is broken and the oil is getting into the underground fresh water rivers that feed all our fresh water lakes etc...

maybe we just never knew about this system of fresh water rivers very deep down...

there has been oil showing up in a bunch of rivers and lakes very far inland lately..
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Trinity, I believe this is very serious. I think there IS a very large underground network of fresh water throughout the USA.

And I believe these chemicals are seeping into groundwater that people DRINK!

When I lived in Reno there was a rumor that sometimes people would disappear (drown?) at Lake Tahoe yet re-surface miles away at Pyramid lake due to all kinds of tunnels way down, underneath.

I don't know if it's truth or not but while I was researching to find out, I found this:

"Lake Tahoe: Various Bodies And Other Items Floating At The Bottom?
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I’m going to Tahoe for a wedding this weekend. This is probably the fortieth wedding i’ve been to in the last two years, and I really like weddings, though it’s reminding me that i’m getting to “that age”; but I don’t want to talk about that right now.

I want to talk about a story I heard on a fishing boat there a few years ago. This guy named Chuck owns and operates the charter service, does a pretty good job helping you catch big trout and tells some good stories.

Now I’m not sure if he told us this story just to make the experience richer or whatever, but after a few searches I see that it’s a well-known story and there’s not much definitive information about it one way or another. Since I know some pretty intelligent people read this site (2 subsribers from Harvard, 1 Caltech faculty and 1 regular reader who works at NASA) I thought i’d repeat the story and get some feedback.

The Story:

A relative of Jacques Cousteau once obtained a permit to explore the bottom of Lake Tahoe, with it’s average depth of 1,000 feet (304M). Because Lake Tahoe sits on the border of the states of California and Nevada it’s governed by the federal government (common practice to avoid states bickering over bodies of water, parks, monuments, etc).

According to Chuck, Tahoe’s land and especially its’ water is a bureaucratic mess:

* The US Forest Service Is In Charge Of The Shores Of Lake Tahoe
* The Coast Guard is in charge of the surface area of the water
* Dozens of municipal and state water associations are in charge of the water underneath the surface

Because of this, in recent times there’s been trouble when a helicopter or airplane wants to scoop up water to fight a nearby forest fire: nobody is sure whom to ask permission.

Back to Cousteau. Sometime many years ago Cousteau’s relative (I have an idea, let’s say it was his Son so I dont have to keep typing Cousteaus Relative!) was able to talk California and Nevada (and presumably the federal government) into allowing him to explore the bottom of the lake, possibly to look for Tahoe’s Loch Ness monster, Tessie. He would then write a report or use film footage to make a documentary. This detail was fuzzy.

So Cousteau’s relative makes the dive and a day later comes to the surface and is very shaken up. After much pressing he finally says that “there is no monsters— everything I saw I could explain but it was the most horrific thing i’ve ever seen.”

According to Chuck and therefore local legend, Coustea’s Son descended several hundred feet and saw nothing unusual: fish, rocks, various crap floating around— lake stuff. After continuing his descent to around 1,000 feet Cousteaus son began to see an appalling scene: a floating graveyard of perfectly preserved human bodies, fish, boats and ordinary items thrown in too: apples, signs, furniture.

Cousteau’s submarine went right by a perfectly preserved Washoe Indian from the 1800’s, wearing a leather loincloth and looking like he should be standing in front of a cigar shop. This indian fella was staring right into Cousteau’s submarine.

At this moment, Cousteau had seen enough and came to the surface.

————

Ok. So I think this is possible because there are some parts of the ocean where its so cold and anoxic that fish don’t even have fucking eyes, so I can believe that it’s possible. On the other hand, if this was the case wouldn’t every fish that ever died (and wasn’t promptly eaten) be down there? And also, if there was this terrible scene down there it would be like the highest grossing documentary ever filmed if someone went down there and pointed a camera at the indians and olden furniture and all.

Imagine if there was like an ice cream sandwich floating around down there all perfectly preserved. How funny would that be.


So bottom lune, yes. I think there are many buried bodies of water in the USA that people don't know about and that could be affected by this oil seeping into it.

Here are two links that make the above story seem not-so-unbelievable:


Facts about Lake Tahoe (2nd deepest lake in the USA):
[link to tahoe.usgs.gov]

Facts about Pyramid Lake:
[link to renotahoe.about.com]

PS. This is why I won't drink "tap" water in Vegas. Think of all the atomic testing they did just a few years ago. You can't tell me that crap didn't surface into ground water.

My house sits on a large underground aquafier (sp?).

Some of my neighbors have hit water when they dig down as little as 10 feet.

My lawn "shifts" all the time. The lawn will pull away from the sidewalk one week and you can literally look down the 2 inch crack and see a few feet down. Then it will close back up.

One month my lawn will be flat, the next month it will be curvy.

I am fortunate because my house was built on some type off "stilt" architecture where the stilts kind of ebb and flow with the land. But the big houses on the corner that have concrete foundations have all had to replace their foundations already- and these houses were only built 50 years ago.

Sorry. I don't know if this is related to the original subject matter but there are DEFINITELY many bodies of water everywhere that people don't know about, much less where they came from.

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OP,

This past weekend I responded to some thread about how I used to live in Reno and the locals swore that some people would disappear (drown?) at Lake Tahoe and re-surface miles away at Pyramid lake. (There are many chambers and tunnels at the bottom that some people believe connect the two bodies of water- although they're 60-90 miles apart.

The thing is, I just did a factory recovery on my computer and have no idea where I posted that and I'm not a member here so I don't know how to search.

I imagine it was on a thread about BP though. But I DID copy/paste an article from the Reno Gazette where he said he encountered what you're talking about- including an Indian Chief (perfectly preserved with uniform, feathers, etc.

The Indian floated right towards the window or whatever he looked out of and that's when he said, "Take us up!"

I would have, too.

Miggy

(I know! It was a thread by Trinity talking about how he thought there might be an underground water supply that links throughout the USA. It was the day the Great Lakes had dust/pollen float to the surface. Probably search Great lakes and you'll find it. Only I think the title at the time said something about Oil Spill in Lake Superior)

Miggy.
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I lived north of Pyramid Lake, in Gerlach for awhile - heard those stories too.
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