Geocache box leads to Walmart scare
Join the discussion below, or Read more at GoErie.com.
Since: Feb 08
#1 Feb 18, 2009
Please, bomb squad people, think before you blow something up next time. This was a tupperware-like container that was labeled as a geocache and placed at Walmart with the manager's permission. It was obviously not a bomb and had no resemblance to a bomb.
This is the second time in the last couple weeks that you guys have blown up something that was not necessary. You recently destroyed an historical artifact from the Civil War that had been around for over a hundred and fifty years. If you thought that it could contain black powder, you should have just soaked it in some water to wash the black powder out.
Please take some classes on how to identify objects before you jump to conclusions and just destroy them. Someday you may really hurt someone in your pursuit of that big boom!
Add your comments below
|Restaurant Revisited: El Bistro Reopens as Rena... (Sep '14)||Apr 18||Penn2154||2|
|Looking for Tionesta Amish Carpenters (Oct '06)||Dec '15||Josh||26|
|Debate: Marijuana - Titusville, PA (Sep '10)||Dec '15||EDWIN HOBAUGH||55|
|Who do you support for U.S. House in Pennsylvan... (Oct '10)||Aug '15||Archie Bunker||8|
|sewage (May '14)||Aug '15||Ang||3|
|Howling sounds while Camping in Tionesta (Aug '15)||Aug '15||Anonymous||1|
|Should Newspaper be able to print Lies (Nov '14)||Mar '15||santabunny||2|
Find what you want!
Search Tionesta Forum Now
Copyright © 2016 Topix LLC