PHSC scientists put this corpse in water for 10 days. You’ll never drink it again after you see what it does to your body.

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By Frank Fencil | frank.fencil@springhillcourier.com

SPRING HILL, Florida — A group of Pasco-Hernando State College scientists decided to see what water — that seemingly innocuous drink we put into our bodies without thinking — is actually doing to us.

Science rules, but this is where it gets disgusting.

Within a day, the body stiffened up, and by the next morning it was bloated to sick proportions.

“We had no idea water had these kinds of stiffening agents or such horrendous bloating properties,” PHSC researcher Damian Rudolpho said. “You know how when you eat a lot of salty foods it leads you to drink a lot of water? We now think the water is responsible for making you feel so bloated.”

By the third day, maggots began appearing and liquefied organs began seeping from the body’s orifices. Researchers said they had no idea that common drinking water was even carrying any kind of tiny insect eggs!

You won’t believe how much grosser it got from there.

By the end of the week, the putrefied cadaver was little more than a skeleton floating in all of the impurities and detritus that had been exposed in the water’s makeup.

“It really makes you think about what you’re putting in your body,” Rudolpho said. “This body was only exposed to water for seven days. You probably put water in your body every day of the year and don’t think twice about it. Hopefully that changes.”

PHSC researchers have moved on to a similar experiment in which they feed people a steady diet of only fruits and vegetables to test whether they truly are healthier.

What they’ve found in just a few days will shock you.

“We thought this so-called clean food would cleanse people who ate it,” Rudolpho said. “But people keep pooping, so we suspect that even at the core of what the food industry tells us are the healthiest of foods are little more than feces with a pretty wrapper.”

Frank Fencil

Frank Fencil is an award-winning journalist with more than two decades' experience. He has uncovered government corruption, toppled dirty police forces and covered two foreign wars as an international correspondent. He chose to return to his native Spring Hill in hopes of giving his hometown the quality watchdog journalism it deserves.

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