Diver Found HUMAN SKELETON In Colorado River.. {VIDEO}

Growing up in Michigan, I spent a lot of time on the water. Whether it was lake or river, if there was water I was there.

You kind of lose yourself for a little while when you are out on the water, it’s a great way to relax and forget about things for a while.

When I was a kid, I used to do a lot of snorkeling. In my younger days I could hold my breath underwater for a couple of minutes at a time. Used to pretend that I was exploring the ocean like in a movie.

Once, I found this bag that someone had dropped out of a fishing boat into the lake. It was a case of Pepsi. It looked like it had been there for months.

That being said, if I found something other than a case of Pepsi I probably would have been losing it.

Take the case of an incident that happened recently in Parker, Arizona. A man named Martin Sholl was on a snorkeling trip and swam down to the bottom of a section of the Colorado River.

As he was exploring the bottom of the river, he saw something that gave him a damn good fright to say the least.

He saw human skeletons. Now, I don’t know about you but the second I see a human skeleton at the bottom of the river I am getting out of there as fast as possible. Which is what Martin did.

The local authorities sent a crew to dive to the area where Martin reported the skeletons to be at.

The dive crew got there and knew that things were not as they appeared to be.

There were skeletons there, two of them. Sure, from a distance you might have thought that someone had dumped a body in the river.

Upon closer inspection, the rescue crew saw that this was nothing more than a prank with a really long timer set to it.

At some point in the past, who knows how long ago, another group of anonymous divers took a series of fake skeletons (the kind you’d get at a Party City), and set them in lawn chairs, making them look like they were playing cards.

Despite the local authorities’ consternations that resources were wasted in part on what turned out to be an elaborate prank; they were pleased with how the divers involved in the “rescue” handled themselves.

I know you are supposed to take every call seriously, but it would be pretty damn hard to stifle laughter when they called this one in to a dispatcher.

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