Posted by tleemay on January 23, 2003 at 11:32:42:
In Reply to: Any of you guys ever read "The Wall"? posted by Wayne on January 22, 2003 at 18:06:36:
Did you read what the last praphs of the epilogue
said? It was the same for both decisions;
"And so at the bottom of one section of the North
Wall, off Grand Cayman Island, lies the skeleton
of a once young and beautiful woman. The pressure
on her bones is 1.5 tons per square inch,
compressing them to maximum density. Over her
torso rest a non-biodegradable buoyancy control
vest, wet suit top and bathing suit. The fish of
the sea have no interest in these synthetic
Surrounding her slim pelvis is a webbed belt and
its metal buckle. Attached to the belt are four 4-
pound weights. And tucked away inside the pockets
of the skeleton's vest are an additional 8 pounds
of lead weight."
Warm caribe dive in minimal neoprene top, a diver
of slim build with a 24 lbs of weight on her.
Overall inexperienced and on a deep dive. It was
an incident waiting to happen.
Does this sound familiar to anyone?
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