Last night three of us witnessed a set of silverware wrapped in a napkin lift and propel from a basket in was sitting in about a foot towards us then crash to the ground. It was unbelievable! I wouldn’t have believed my own eyes were it not corroborated by two others with me. This came after two other sets crashed to the ground. The first we didn’t see; only heard. Looked over and didn’t think much of it. A few minutes later, the second set crashed. We turned to see what the heck was causing this noise and then saw the third set lift and propel on its own. There was no rationale reason for this. The waitress came in a moment later and said, “oh I believe you. There’s always unexplained things going on here.”
(Submitted by Rex S)
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- Browns Valley Road
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- 38.30422434397004, -122.32879342136584
- Napa County, California
- Nearest Towns:
- Napa, CA (2.4 mi.)
Yountville, CA (6.9 mi.)
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American Canyon, CA (9.7 mi.)
Green Valley, CA (9.7 mi.)
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