where hypotheses come to die (madman101) wrote,
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"Perhaps the most distinctive piece in Lebanon’s [Missouri] history is the "magnetic" water. A worker digging a new city water well in 1889 found that his tools could pick up nails. The water had magnetized them. Bathing in the magnetic waters was said to have healing powers, and visitors came to bathe in them."

I've been through Lebanon, and the people are nice. There are also these huge gaping cavernous caves along a backroad, near Lebanon. Very curious place geographically. But Missouri is very humid, (and hot), has a lot of ticks, and has a lot of sexually creepy people.
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