March 15 2011
Meteor Mining Town by Ivy Drew
I was raised in Middleberg, Kentucky my family were
the most eagle eyed backwoods Top-loaders amongst all the folk in the state.
Ours is a Iron mining community.
The Cherokees called our land Chitehew.
We were all surprised a few weeks ago when them folks from the Geological
Survey came around and told us our town was built on a 300 million year old Meteor crater.
Git this they say, "thats where the Iron came from."
But I say that meteor din’t just bring us Iron we have some
of the most fertile land in the state.
I was wondering why so many in our town have claimed visitation by
them Native American impostors. I mean they wear feather head-resses but their skin ain’t flesh colored more like the
liquid at bottom of thermometers.
Rumor has it that’s because they must be hangin out in the same places.
As a yungin at one of the families Mutton Barbecues I saw a whole
brood of them. As we watched they stood in a circle flames surrounded them the sky lit up and they disappeared. They do this
a lot and even appear with these flames and light. So they got the name Chitehew Phoenix by local indian tribesman.
I was hoping you could help explain how the metals from a Meteor might
make this an attractive place for these Phoenix to land or take off?
Jacksonville's Lord M wrote me saying, " It could be we are living
on a Giant Parabolic Dish Antenna. "
Anyway these commercials where people introduce themselves and say,
"I'm a Phoenix". This is star-ten to scare us Good- old-boys . (He He)
Hope you Exogeologist can help!!