Saturday, January 27, 2007

Mystery Mountain, Part Two

If you are following this vlog, way back in September we had Part One of a journey to a inconspicuous-conspicuous hummock that had haunted our guest-drifter Kyle Lapidus whenever he passed it on the highway. Turns out that this haunting led us to Garret Mountain itself, and constituted New Jersey as an Impossible Object's first trip to this place, central to Williams' poetography (a word that--if you force it between a volcano, a tectonic plate, and a word processor--becomes topography). While Williams found ghosts of a German Singing Society transformed into a vengeful mob, and dead babies killed for crying too loud, we found Middle Eastern women posing on tanks for boudoir photos, and plentiful cries of little children.

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