Saturday, October 09, 2010

What the Heck Is Happening in Upper Michigan?

Earlier this week, residents of upper Michigan reported hearing the sound of an explosion in the woods. When they investigated, they discovered a mysterious crevice had suddenly appeared. The crack was over 600 feet long and up to five feet deep in places. And it's growing. There have been no earthquakes in the area. So what do you suppose could have caused the fissure?

Anyone out there in Michigan feel like doing a little investigative reporting for Ananka's Diary?


Anonymous Ari the Awesome said...

Weird! Too bad I live in Wisconsin. I just found out that Wisconsin is the most haunted state in the U.S. Freaky!

4:59 PM  
Blogger montana irregulars said...

maybe a landmine blew up or something. Totally freaky

7:05 PM  
Blogger The 355 said...

Eek I wouldn't be worried if it was for the fact I just saw 2012 the other day! Shiver! It's the south American gnome invasion all over again! (the post of the creepy little creature you had about a year or so ago) shame I live in NJ or else I would sooooo help you!

7:51 PM  
Blogger Kitty said...

Aliens I tell you!! /shot

7:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's like in passage to zarahemla...cheesy mormon movie...

8:53 PM  
Blogger Aninnymouse said...

That definitely sounds interesting... Maybe some sort of sinkhole-ish thing is occurring? Or and underground river is eroding the rock beneath that piece of land?

9:37 PM  
Anonymous kikistrike'sgrrl said...

underground city??? Maybe?? If i lived there i would sooo jump in to see what i would find

5:13 AM  
Blogger The Golden Eagle said...

Whoa. That is weird!

2:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm going with Aninnymouse -- underground river time. Had a lot of rain there in the past two weeks or so?

Robert in San Diego

4:52 PM  
Anonymous Patsee said...

Definitely aliens.


5:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that is so cool.

if that happened where i live, no one would be very worried-the san andreas fault is about 35 minutes or so away. still, though......if that happened near my house, me and one of my friends would be busy at work 'investigating' and cooking up theories. maybe some cryptid, maybe a ghost, maybe slender man.
(actually not the last one, my friend is so paranoid about that that she wont let anyone say the name out loud near her and at any mention of him will say a quick prayer for safety. so scratch that last idea.)

8:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Everyone:

I don't think the New Madrid Fault runs through Wisconsin. I'm uncomfortably near the San Andreas Fault here too, but it's not the only one. I still get a laugh about the earthquake simulator building at the nearby university -- they built it atop the Rose Canyon Fault! Then they topped it with a neon sculpture. All that handblown glass tubing....

Sorry I can't find a fault reference, but the structural engineering faculty were joking about it at the dedication ceremony.

Oh, and my parents live about two blocks away from San Andreas Road in Santa Cruz County. Guess how it got THAT name!

Robert in San Diego

Robert in San Diego

3:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is pretty cool. i like mysterious stuff like this, thats why i like kiki strike. :)

1:06 AM  

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