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Saturday, October 13, 2012

Fox News: Softball-sized eyeball washes up on Florida beach

That's creepy, no matter how you slice it and slice and dice is what they intend to do in order to determine who or what the owner of this organ could be. I sure hope that after dissecting it, they come up with the answer, because I won't be testing the waters until I know what is lurking beneath.

You can always close your eyes to the idea that there would be something out there we don't know about, but the fact remains that new discoveries are made almost every day. You never know, but the monster of Loch Ness may exist after all and decided to expand its horizon.

There might be more to it then meets the eye and several speculations pop up as to why the eyeball washed up on the shore; it could have been a matter of an eye for an eye, or this creature's eyes popped out of its head when it saw us, in which case we may come across the other one soon.

We would do wisely to eyeball this matter closely. Oh wait, somebody or something already had the same idea and beat us to it.

It has its eye on us!



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