The media didn’t pay attention to John Ellis’s water until a Washington Post reporter visited a farm in Tlacote, Mexico where there were stories of people being healed of all sorts of disease and illnesses from drinking the water from Jesus Chahin’s well. Every day, hundreds if not thousands of pilgrims lined up on the road leading to Chahin’s farm, carrying jerrycans, water jugs or crockery—anything that would hold water, for what they believed was “miracle water.”
When the Washington Post writer interviewed Jesus Chahin, the farmer told hm there was no such thing as miracle water. Chahin confided that the water in his well was being purified by four Crystal Clear distillers. There were no miracles. Just science.