Until recently, a YouTube channel based in Western Colorado called Countertop Epoxy focused primarily on what its name suggests.

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However, the bearded epoxy expert many know from these videos as Levi made an unnerving discovery in the desert outside of Grand Junction which may suggest something much more sinister than epoxy.

A Grim Discovery in the Desert Outside of Grand Junction Colorado

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The Bookcliffs and high desert areas of Mesa County have long been enjoyed as a setting for four-wheeling, dirt biking, camping, and other outdoor activities.

CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
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However, while romping in the hills, Levi of Countertop Epoxy stumbled upon a pond that he'd never seen before and what he found next will chill you to the bone.

CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
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Levi discovered a few pairs of women's high heels that had been discarded in the area, possibly originally in the pond.

CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
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However, the more Levi explored the area, the more discarded pairs of women's shoes he found.

CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
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Levi would document his initial discovery in the first video above but would later return with a group where even more unsettling items were found.

CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
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The group discovered the broken heel above while canvassing the area.

CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
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However, one of the most unsettling discoveries was this hole which had obvious shovel marks and appears to have been partially filled in with dirt.

CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
CountertopEpoxy via YouTube
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This small shirt was also found balled up with rocks inside and secured by baling wire, suggesting that whoever did this wanted it to sink to the bottom of the pond.

Levi's Countertop Epoxy YouTube page indicates that the authorities have been notified of his discoveries and are currently investigating.

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