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On 05/07/01 11:14, Vincent Campbell said this-
>(one of interest to me
>is the Hindu, Ganesh milk-drinking statues, "miracle" that went round the
>world about 5or 6 years ago- did that hit the US?).
It was discussed at some length on the skeptic list I am on, mostly
because we wanted to get a debunker into one of these sites.
There was a hindu skeptic who did get in, as I recall, only to find
nothing out of the prosaic, which was of course expected. But don't quote
me on this....
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