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Benzine

posted on 16/1/20 at 10:42 AM Reply With Quote
What's in my bottle?

I've recently finished doing a barn conversion to live in. When taking up one of the old floors we found loads of old shoes and animal bones (see here for more info) . At the corners of the room were some bottles. One of which was unearthed by a digger. Amazingly it didn't break and still has the cork in. What could it be? Smells a bit creosotey and separates into a few layers.



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40inches

posted on 16/1/20 at 10:51 AM Reply With Quote
Witch bottles?
Would fit with the shoes.

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Benzine

posted on 16/1/20 at 11:08 AM Reply With Quote
Thanks for that, hadn't heard of those but yes it does fit in well!


I won't be drinking it though!

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Mr Whippy

posted on 16/1/20 at 12:10 PM Reply With Quote
"Using proton nuclear magnetic resonance and gas chromatography/mass spectrometry, they determined the contents:

urine. The bodily fluid was spiked with a metabolite of nicotine, indicating a smoker, and sulfur, the hellish brimstone of the Book of Revelation

Massey inventoried the contents: 12 iron nails (one of which was driven through a leather heart), 8 brass pins, clumps of hair, 10 manicured fingernail clippings, and a little clot of what looked like bellybutton lint
."

I say drink it but film it and put on youtube...

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rusty nuts

posted on 18/1/20 at 01:09 PM Reply With Quote
Drink it IF you’ve got the bottle!

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