We learned of this through the tireless efforts of “Blue Grass,” one of our clandestine operatives. The news is so astonishing that we have not yet had time to evaluate it. Nevertheless, it would be wrong for us to hold it back. Your Curmudgeon reports; you decide.
We present to you, dear reader, some excerpts from Tyler man says he found fossils from Noah’s flood, which appears at the website of station KYTX-TV, the CBS affiliate in Tyler, Texas. Their website has a comments section. Okay, here we go, with bold font added by us:
One East Texas man believes he found fossils from Noah’s flood and a self-proclaimed fossil expert says he’s right.
Now you know why we are too overcome with awe to have any thoughts on this. If true, it’s the biggest news of our lifetime! Let’s read on:
“From Noah’s flood to my front yard, how much better can it get,” Wayne Propst said. Propst is stunned. He was helping his aunt lay some dirt outside her home in Tyler when he found this. “What’s really interesting to me is we’re talking about the largest catastrophe known to man, the flood that engulfed the entire world,” Propst said.
Wayne’s reaction is certainly understandable. Then we’re told:
He called up self-proclaimed fossil expert Joe Taylor who confirmed that what Propst found is in fact from the time of Noah’s ark and he says finding those fossils in Tyler is rare. “I’ve never heard of anything about that from over there, I’m surprised he found it there,” Taylor said.
We have no reason to doubt the “self-proclaimed fossil expert,” but we’d like to know how he reached his conclusions. The news story continues:
For days, Wayne and his aunt Sharon have been combing through this dirt with the help of some neighborhood kids. “I just take my toothbrush and work on it until we get it,” Wayne’s aunt Sharon Givan said. And send pictures off to Taylor.
Ah, the “self-proclaimed fossil expert” made his findings after seeing photographs. That sounds like proper procedure. Here’s another quote from Wayne’s aunt:
“To think that like he says that we have something in our yard that dated back to when God destroyed the earth. I mean, how much better could anything be,” Givan said.
The news story ends with a note of journalistic caution:
For the record, we have not independently verified if the rocks are in fact historic.
The TV station’s story also has a video, which we haven’t yet viewed. This news is so stupendous that we have to absorb it slowly. If you, dear reader, have the courage to go all the way and look at the video, please let us know what you think.
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