Apologies and Anomalies

First of all to my readers, I apologize – I’m having some trouble adding the fantastic new footage of Buttermilk fissures to the main ButtermilkIsAlive website. Word to the wise, if you’re looking to have some internet work done,  keep on looking when you come across Rocky Mountain Graphic Design Co. They are very affordable but thats about it.

Second, I’ve been getting a bunch of feedback about the new footage I’ve posted and how too many people agree that the mountain “mouth” is supernatural, not scientific. I would remind my readers that such mass scale phenomena has happened in the past and is always misconstrued. One such great example is the legend of the Devil of Devonshire. Check this link to learn a bit more about it, and see how the misinterpretations of Buttermilk incidents are just part of a long legacy of the common masses calling turning Anomaly into Legend.


5 Responses to “Apologies and Anomalies”

  1. 1 Gray Hassold January 11, 2008 at 11:02 am

    I say, that Devil story is quite unnerving! I’d rather face B mountain, myself!

  2. 2 the Gooch-dog January 11, 2008 at 2:47 pm

    ButterJim dude you need to get your site together. If you want to know what a true Buttermilk believer looks like, go to the source baby!!!



  3. 3 Zeek January 11, 2008 at 3:10 pm

    Yea Gooch and Buttermilk 4ever 4realz

    BTW rustybones, how long did it take you to make that ascii skier? Face it man, you are still a LOZER or wait sorry UR s7ill a L0z3r


    pc, luv, & butter

  4. 4 pomtown January 12, 2008 at 8:50 am

    about the “devil’s footprints” – based on the description (repeating pattern of tracks in a straight line) it sounds like a tire tread or other wheel to me. thoughts?


  5. 5 Jess Christin January 17, 2008 at 3:03 pm

    I agree that anomalies can create legends. These accounts may seem incredulous. However, after all scientific reasoning is explored and exhausted, certain cases can only be explained through the paranormal- just like these footprints, just like Buttermilk.

    Remember Jim, every situation is not always as it seems! 🙂


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