A letter from our patient

A long time customer brought in this letter for us to read. She wrote this in 1991, and for some reason decided to dig it back up again. This is 100% transcribed, i didnt alter it one bit.
So here we go, the mistery of the Bermuda Triangle:

Dear Weekly World News,
I have been pondering; also I have common sense, also I am psychic to a certain point.
I can see a lot of thing; I know where the ships that disappear in the bermuda triangle is. I want recognition for letting the world know what happened and where they are at.
First of all I was born in the state of Flordia – in [hometown deleted]. I have been here in [my home town deleted :) ] for 44 years. But I know the state of Florida – city town – roads and etc.
Now I am going to tell you where the ships are at. They are under the state of Florida – you say how can that be. I will tell you.
Florida has many (springs). There is Silver Springs in Silver Springs Florida. There is Ponce de Leon Spring in Ponce de Leon Springs. Sliver Spring has tons of water coming in all the time. Now the water is coming from some place. There is a large river that runs from the atlantic ocean under the state of Florida to these springs. The water is fresh when it come up in the springs, but the water has traveled a long way so the water become fresh by the time it reaches the springs.
Out in the so called Bermuda Triangle thre is a giant whirlpool. That is about five miles in diameter. When there is no rain in Florida to help fill the springs, the spring form a pocket in the river. The whirlpool open up and any ships boat or place are pull in and they go in the river that run under the state of Florida – so all the lost ships and boats are under the state of Florida. Here are pictures of what I mean.
[I tried to scan the image, but it came out horribly]
The water runs back into the ocean and gulf all water runs back to the seas. There is artesian wells all over the state of Florida. Now this only happens when there is a bad drought then the rivers under the state of Florida form a pocket – then the whirlpool open up and ever thing caught in it, at the time, go down like a fly caught in the sink in the kitchen.
Let me hear from you.
I am [Name Deleted]
[Address Deleted}

Im speechless.. :)

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6 Comments

  1. Jesse says:

    Did she say why she decided to bring the letter in to show to her pharmacist?

  2. Cassie says:

    I love WWN!!! I think that’s awesome!!! I could totally see that letter being published in WWN. I wonder if it is… Why did your patient give the letter to you in the first place? I dunno, it just seemed odd. I loved the grammar mistakes!!! hee hee. It added character!

  3. Beverly says:

    Wow. She admitted that to you? That she wrote it? I am speechless, too. :)
    Also, I am a Florida resident (and CPhT, incidentally,) and I’ve been in some of the aformentioned springs. Never once saw a missing ship. ^__^

  4. Ariadne says:

    Have you been shorting her some Haldol, AP?

  5. cardsfanbj says:

    Does anyone see any parallels with the pharmacy world?

  6. Angie says:

    I just read this, even though it sounds insane what she is writing there, it is eerily possible with all the crazy sink hole trouble that has recently happened in Florida. I lived in Florida for a while and there was this beach we would go too where the black water from a spring ran into the ocean and it was wild to see.

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