3.10.06

a HUGE mystery: the crowsnest triangle

just when i thought things couldn't get any weirder people of the innerweb... i may have stumbled across the biggest unsolved mystery since bigfeet...

now to start off with i'm a big pairanormal expert. i've read all kinds of books on UFOs, bigfeet, the lock NES monster, and americans. so when i say i've found something bizarre i know the level of weirdness i am comparing too...

i wandered into this tale of mystery quite by accident...


resuming my search for a t-rex after franks slide, i was driving along the highway in the crows nesting pass when i spotted a giant cement crow on the side of the road. i was all like "no way! too cool! i gotta pull over"... so i did, unfortuently it was on the other side of road, and i kinda drove through opposing traffic... don't try this at home kids (unless your like me and love that car chase from the matrix! man this was just like it!!!)... anyways miraculously no one was hurt. though i think a few cars were unsalvagable...

the POINT IS that i eventually got to these giant crows... after having to deal with a swarm of angry travellers, a bunch of police officers, and a vaccum cleaner salesman for some reason...

now the crows were very cool, and by themselves won't raise my suspicions. i'm a big fan of my advanced relatives the birds, and crows are among the most closely related to us dinos.

that and i'm very used to cement homages to cool things. drumheller is full of cementosaurus (among the key jerks at over populating the area, and get SOME of us kicked out!). so i was quite pleased to see an avian version here in the crows nested pass...



however it was when i turned around to see a wooden teepee that i became slight unnerved...

as you probably guessed they used teepees in drumheller. at badlands science camp no less one of the few things i got to do once and awhile at the museuem...

cementosaurs (of an evolved nature granted) and teepees you're saying are probably coincidence...


then i turn around to the last of the 3 corners of this little highway stop off to see a mini church...

drumheller is supposed to have the world's smallest church!!! yet here in the pass i stand before an IDENTICAL building!!!

now you can see my concern. cementosaurs, teepees, and little churches... this place is trying to a new sinister copy of drumheller... the area even used to have coal mines! something weird is happening here, and i'm going to find out what it is

watch the skis, and trust nobodies (cause they could be zombies playing dead!) people of the web wide world...

i traumador the tyrannosaur intend to solve this mystery of the crowsnest triangle the next time i am around drumheller... the answer must be out there. in the badlands... hopefully at the museum...

1 comment:

Kirstin said...

woah....2 worlds smallest churches??? I can't handle it!