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There are 2 perfectly reasonable explanations for this:
1) Gasses cause blood to rise in certain cirumstances. This was shown to be true when after a bunch of sheep were burried in close proximity, blood did rise to the surface.
2) Eichman saw this and exaggerated. Or even if he didn't actually see this, he was speaking metaphorically!
See, it's not very hard. So even though Eichman was either exaggerating or speaking metahorically, the point is many many Jews died.
Plus, you seem to want it both ways: 'Eichmann was speaking metaphorically', or, 'it's really true'. Huh?
It's also very curious that it resembles so closely one of nutbar Elie Wiesel's statements.
Later, I learn from a witness that, for month after month, the ground never stopped trembling; and that, from time to time, geysers of blood spurted from it.
Elie Wiesel, Paroles d'étranger (Editions du Seuil, 1982), p. 86
Eichmann's alleged statements are absurd. His laughable bubbling blood story is just one of his many whoppers.
The sheep story had to with rain mixing with recently buried sheep, a far cry from 'geysers'; you're quite wrong there. And, just how long had the Jews allegedly been in the ground before Eichmann supposedly said he saw these 'geysers/fountains'?
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