Deluded teenagers and fad-makers have turned the Buttermilk phenomenon into a campfire story – the steam in these screen stills from the video I’ve put up on the main site show that the rifts in the ground were caused by pressure swellings not alien creatures.

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I believe that the mountain is undergoing an accelerated tectonic movement and spontaneous sinkholes such as the one that occurred here are very likely to re-occur.
I recommend that all activity on the mountain should be suspended until authorities can perform the necessary tests to guarantee everyone’s safety.


3 Responses to “BE WARNED – Buttermilk is DANGEROUS”

  1. 1 TrainerBoy December 19, 2007 at 11:15 pm

    I found this study a few years back where a simulated sinkhole was created in the Alps. Please review it at your leisure.
    I would like to look into grant funding to pursue a similar experiment at Buttermilk. Would you be interested?

  2. 2 drjimvaile December 20, 2007 at 12:10 pm

    Another good read, thanks TrainerBoy. And yes, I am always looking for ways to fund the research effort at Buttermilk. You can always any materials you think would be useful to us to the office at

    1602 Walnut Street, apt. #4
    Boulder, Colorado, 80302


  3. 3 a Believer December 20, 2007 at 12:35 pm

    TrainerBoy u geek stop brown nosing CrazyJim!

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