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What sticks out from this list?


Yes, it’s obvious. The 2 Hermans of Craighead County, AR, one on a Herman topo map and one on a *Tru*mann topo map. Herman Munster, ol’ Flattop, is not a true man. He is a [composite] monster.

There are 2 Hermans in Winesap. This is also obviously referred to here. Is there more proof of this? Of course. We have Winesap in the same county, and one of only 2 in the country, the other being in Ohio. We have a Fisher, with another in the county below, almost directly south. Fisher-Herman. Fisherman. Obvious.


But Herman also refers to Herman Park. But Herman Park refers to the 2 Hermans of Winesap. It’s a circle, or a triangle. Triangle within a circle.

Herman Park was built around Tile Creek, known to non-Tilists as mundane Yards Creek, spewing forth in an Appalachian Spring from Yards Mtn.

PEI’s Appalachian Spring

That’s Red Head soon to run into a Greenhead roadblock, quickly resolved. Greenhead is where the bird beat the bug. Hucka Doobie was a martin bird. Bird Wax instead of Bee Wax. Isn’t that right Hucka D.? Never mind. I know I figured it out. You transformed from a bee into a bird.

Hucka D.:



Stay on course.

Hucka D.:



What is the relationship between Green Stream and TILE Creek? Are they the same? Or, better, is Green Stream the *new* TILE Creek? Given that Red Head begins it all, and Red Head starts 4orrin1 [and the flow of an Appalachian stream] as seen above. Red Head transforming temporarily to Greenhead — and I’ve been thinking about this — is the confluence of the former with the Whitehead Crossing matrix. Assimilation. Whitehead Crossing is home for poor little orphaned Anne, even though she was suppose to be a boy (as Red Head is most logically Greenhead and visa versa, since it’s on Green Stream and Greenhead is on Red Brook instead). Then in the next synch carrcass, Frank’s Moving Mountain, we have the same dialog reappearing. But instead it’s Howl whose hair has turned an awful shade of green.

Hucka D.:

We’re getting off course.


Sorry. Could there even be significance to the poem Anne is reading at the beginning of the synch carrcass and film as one?

Stanzas five to eight describe the lady’s life. She suffers from a mysterious curse, and must continually weave images on her loom without ever looking directly out at the world. Instead, she looks into a mirror, which reflects the busy road and the people of Camelot that pass by her island.

Modern critics[citation needed] consider The Lady of Shalott to be representative of the dilemma that faces artists, writers, and musicians: to create work about and celebrate the world, or to enjoy the world by simply living in it.


Why Dickeyville?


Hucka D.:

On course.

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Genes 01

This post will pertain to Mossman actor Gene Fade, as extended, for example, into Gene Wilder.

Gene “I to y” Wylder — A PRIOR. Home: Trident Streams to the immediate west of Gene Fade Mtn., and in the westernmost region of Frank and Herman Parks as a whole.

Perhaps [even] Gene *Wildest* per description of these creeks here:

The streams fan out below this commonality, roughly forming the shape of a downward pointing 3 pronged trident or head of such, as classically associated with the Roman God Neptune. The names Lower Trident, Middle Trident and Upper Trident for these streams, north to south, is made more apt by the fact that tributaries merging into a single stream are often called prongs. This general area is possibly the wildest and most remote part of Frank and Herman Parks as a whole.

Also: Wild Wild[er] W[ild]est.



Parents Boaz and Viola buried (in Graves).


There is evidence that Prior is WIS (Wizard — played by Richard Pryor in The Wiz). Gene Wylder joked about himself being Gene Prior. He saw into Future as Gene Fade, a nodal personality destined to reside in Whitehead X-ing.

It was Gene *Prior* who wove his lifestory at The Weaving Spot.

Must talk of the Loop of Chuck also on Fade’s Mountain or on its south side, where Story Room’s Chuck or Charlie and I fused as fellow yellow composers (Ear) just the other day (as channeled from a probable future event).


The story of Gene Fade becomes the story of Frank and Herman Parks.

It must have been at Whitehead X-ing:Red Head where Gene Fade discovers his Gene(s) Prior, and the WIS connections. This leads to Tinsity. Excitement.


Boaz indicates superheroes, particularly Superman and Batman via Illinois and Wisconsin. See here:


Metropolis, Illinois


Gotham, Wisconsin

Additionally, Boaz + Viola in Graves County, KY is also near Metropolis, Illinois, indicating a continuation or extension of Story. Death of a Superman. Death of Superman’s[ spouse]. They become PRIOR.


Webster orders Gorman [Richard Pryor] to use his computer knowledge to create Kryptonite, remembering Lois Lane’s Daily Planet interview with Superman, in which Superman identified it as his only weakness. Gus uses Vulcan to locate Krypton’s debris in outer space.

But in the end the brothers come together to bury the evil supercomputer. It becomes PRIOR too. “y to I”.


Gene and Superman in Superman I

There is also a Neptune in Richland County, WI near Boaz and Gotham. Neptune NJ is birthplace to not one but 2 actors who played prominent Batman villians. Can you guess them? Hint:

Easy Peasy

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map sinking feeling 02

Wyoming in Iowa County in Wisconsin, a unique location because of the 3 different state names it highlights, is certainly also highlighted by this place, called “[Frank Lloyd] Wright’s architectural self portrait.”

Traveling down another arm that is the octopus of this map series, I noted that The Arches in Winona County, Minnesota (the Gopher state) is an anagram of Teachers, and Teacher is a story in Winesap highlighted by other maps. I think it partially refers to the teachers of James Franco, who has famously returned to not one but several schools to study and earn degrees at recently. One has already been pictured in the blog, and it is coded into Winona County as well.


A logical deduction would have it that The Arches, in Warren township next to a Wilson township, may refer to a teacher or perhaps multiple teachers of that school. Coincidentally, about a month ago I started corresponding again with an old boss who may be teaching at this very college during spring semester. Is this the teacher referred to? If not, it still seems to fit in somewhere. And what about the only other population place in this Warren township: Wyattsville? Is this the name of a teacher as well? The colorful, hand drawn map of Winona County jokingly associates this town with Wyatt Earp, although there appears to be no other direct connection outside the names themselves. But we’ve also previously noted that Wyatt was born in a Warren County (Illinois) and also had a younger brother named Warren with whom he shared many of his wild west adventures.


Teachers? (Probably.)


If so, it means another red-blue focusing (see Winona-Rollingstone below), and a gateway to the future *beyond* any need for such teachers. I will be free but on my own. It will be good. Red-blue, then Beyond Green. I think it has to do with friendship as well (Jenifer Anniston). I cannot be friends with my teachers, can I? I was taught to create procedures for what I do (work). That it?

So it was important enough to make this map sync, hmm.

Maybe Media, Pennsylvania is an important key. Audiovisual synchs, after all, involve protection of the attached audio and visual media. Maybe this is a meeting place, a middle town.



Audio (none):,_Pennsylvania

Media and the FBI

Media may be best known for secret government documents that were illegally seized there by activists in 1971 and distributed nationwide. On March 8 of that year, the Citizens’ Commission to Investigate the FBI raided an FBI “resident agency” in Media. They later released thousands of documents to major newspapers [the *media*] around the country. These documents revealed controversial and illegal FBI tactics, like the recruitment of Boy Scouts as informants, and confirmed for the first time the existence of COINTELPRO, an FBI program to “expose, disrupt, misdirect, discredit, or otherwise neutralize” dissident groups in the United States.[13]

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map happenings 03

So we’re back to Clyde and Big Chimney.

Clyde (excerpt):


Hucka D.:

You were fishing for an answer and you were pointed toward The Mouse[ again]. Not just A Mouse mind you. *The*…


… yeah, I know. *The* Mouse. How did R. Booger Hayes then know about The Mouse? And I guess we’ll be entering that queer territory of “Mouse-speak” here, once more.

Hucka D.:

It didn’t, but it will.



Hucka D.:

Not in that way, but in that way. Half and half.


Will we ever get any straight answers about this?

Hucka D.:

Big Chimney is a folder. Q109 but R110. Half and half[ again]. Abbaddon… a bad one. Kills us all.


Sounds like Satan, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

He is. Or she. He probably. Half and half?


I decided to let Hucka D. rest for later. One curious thing struck me about the entire list of Clyde pop places in our US of A. If you alphabetize by county, Clyde in Pennsylvania is in an Indiana County and immediately below it we have a Clyde in Iowa County from the state of Wisconsin. I looked both up on topo maps — turns out Clyde, Wisconsin is near a Wyoming, which is also in Iowa County. Then in looking up a map of Indiana County in Penn. online, the town name Utah stuck out from among the rest.

That’s a Wyoming (town) in Iowa (county) in Wisconsin (state), and then a Utah in Indiana in Pennsylvania.



I wondered how many towns with the same name as a state existed in a county with the same name as a different state which existed in a state different from either of the other two. So I decided to check… didn’t take too long, about 45 minutes. Let’s even include Washington in the results. Here they are — not many.

This is the first that came up in my search, just starting with Alabama (town) and moving forward in the alphabet. A California exists in a Washington County in Pennsylvania. This is perhaps interesting because the town has come up before in this blog, because of its variant name of Philipsburg [LINK].


So here’s the rest:





But if we eliminate anything connected with the name Washington, by far the most common state name on all 3 levels, then we are left with our two original examples and Kansas in a Delaware County in Oklahoma. Oh but by the way, a Carolina and a Wyoming exist in Washington County, Rhode Island, just to be complete about all this.

Kansas-Delaware-Oklahoma doesn’t strick me as odd as Utah-Indiana-Pennsylvania or Wyoming-Iowa-Wisconsin. For one, there’s 6 Delaware counties in the US, as opposed 2 two named Iowa (Wisconsin and Iowa itself) and our 1 Indiana county (Pennsylvania). So let’s say I stumbled upon a unique map oddity through just a single extrapolation of Clyde town names across our country. Does it mean anything? Why these 6 states in 2 triads? Well, let’s take this angle. If I had to choose between the 2 triads in question, I might give the nod to Wyoming-Iowa-Wisconsin as being stranger, since Wyoming, Wisconsin is still a village and Utah, Pennsylvania appears to be extinct as far as I can tell. Also, Clyde is much closer to Wyoming in Wisconsin than Utah in Pennsylvania. So… Iowa and Wyoming have actually been coupled together with yet another state in this blog before to create a joke character called Ohiowa Oming. That’s 3 states again, with Ohio subbing for Wisconsin then, as it were. As it is.

Speaking of the Sam Parr State College enrolled students for its initial session, Hucka D. follows the introduction of Redd Foxx with this:


Who else has enrolled? I guess we should end this surrealism soon.

Hucka D.:

Dumbgo the Insignificant. He’s probably the worst of the bunch. Patty Pepper Mint herself has enrolled for a jewelry class.


I believe that one got cancelled.

Hucka D.:

Oh right. A shame. Story Room themselves will teach the class called “Composing with the colors red, yellow, blue”. That should be exciting.


Kind of a Piet Mondrian effect, then.

Hucka D.:




Hucka D.:

Who else? The B. R. Cyrus twins Idaho Oker and Ohiowa Oming. Oh, and Fredrika Mercurious, the famous dump truck driver. And Pletiosaurus Rex. I believe that might be it.


Thank you, Hucka D. Good night, and we’ll get to those collage interpretations soon.

Ohiowa Oming and her sister Idaho Oker (obvious play) as the twins of B. R. Cyrus, who is probably the same as Billy Ray Cyrus or, more probably, a variant BRC. Surely you the reader or readers have heard of Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus by now. Of course you have unless you’ve been living in a cave. I only live in a cave during a complete loony eclipse, but we won’t go into that. B.R. was or is the coach of the Chilbo high school football team. Sad I’ve just left that virtual area, but now I have the Rubi Woods again (yea!). I guess I’ll have to wait for Hucka D. to wake up again around dusk before getting more answers. See you then!

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map stuffer upper 03

Terence Faherty writes a blog article about synchronicity. Nice!

I think TF might like this blog, or at least appreciate the bumbling effort I’m putting forth.






On the evening before that stormy Thursday night when the Reverend Curtis Hartman sat in the bell tower of the church waiting to look at her body, young Willard had gone to visit the teacher and to borrow a book.

Dr. Krystal Bowden, the grown-up daughter of Curtis Morell, the remorseless killer seminarian-turned-shamus Owen Keane helped to lock up in The Lost Keats (1993), wants Owen to come out to Rapture to investigate the disappearance of elderly herbalist Prestina Shipe, evidently carried off in the middle of her breakfast.

The Owen Keane series are contemporary novels whose main character dropped out of a Roman Catholic seminary based on the School of Theology at St. Meinrad Archabbey. The series contains seven novels and one collection of short stories:,_Indiana

Saint Meinrad is an unincorporated census-designated place in Harrison Township, Spencer County, Indiana, along the Anderson River and just off Interstate 64. It is home to the St. Meinrad Archabbey. It is situated about 55 miles east of Evansville. Because of the archabbey, St. Meinrad, along with Harrison Township, lies within the Archdiocese of Indianapolis instead of the much closer Diocese of Evansville, in which lies the rest of Spencer County.



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Strang Gang?

In 1850 Strang proclaimed himself king, but not of the island itself. Rather, he claimed to be king over his church, which at that time contained most of the island’s inhabitants. He was crowned on July 8 of that year inside a large log “tabernacle” built by his followers, in an elaborate ceremony that featured a crown (described by one witness as “a shiny metal ring with a cluster of glass stars in the front”),[17] a red royal robe, a shield, breastplate, and wooden scepter. The Strangite tabernacle and Strang’s modest house are both long gone, as are the Strangite royal regalia, but a print shop built by his disciples remains—the only Strangite building left on Beaver. Today, it houses a museum dedicated to the island’s history.

Original post re the Strange Gang, soon to become the (correctly named) Strang Gang:

Then in the spring, they are admitted into 4 Sticks and not repelled as before. Lazy Sideburns Man is crowned King.

Coincidence? Then what about the Manchester statue in a recent Whitehead X-ing based collage? Is this a parallel with the Angel Moroni statue of Manchester, NY?


Strange (sorry):

Keith Thompson, of Manchester, England, alleges that the text on the plates matches Strang’s published translation. Although he did not identify the values of specific characters, Thompson claimed to have shown how words such as “and”, “in”, and “are” appear in multiple places.

What have I dug up?


Hucka D.:

The fairies of the land were Wilcoxin. Wilcocksin. Each and every one drank coffee, and at least the equivalent of 5 shots of expresso. The plates were found on the hill; the temple and the plates above them (on this hill) come as a set. This is the influence of Voree, and Strang as the correctly crowned successor to Smith. But in your story Strang is the twin brother of the parallel to Smith, who was killed or crushed by Hater the Cow in Erath over in Herman Park’s Sharieland. Now you know of at least another rocket which took the Strang Gang from Sharieland and Erath to Whitehead Crossing. Is this the same as Rock’s rocket? Now you have (at least) two. The Strang Gang is now at the center of 4 Sticks, and a King has been crowned before you knew of this real world Strang. Already you knew of the Mormon influence( in Whitehead X-ing). Now this is deepened.


Thank you, Hucka D. We’ll talk more on this later.

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