In 1953, miners at the Lion Coal Mine in Wattis, Utah were digging a new tunnel, and broke into an already existing system. The coal found in these tunnels was so old and weathered, it was useless for burning. Further exploration revealed not only the tunnels, but centralized rooms where coal was brought prior to being taken to the surface. Investigators followed the coal seams in the same way as today. Yet none of the North American Indian tribes ever used coal.
Indian Style is an oh so lovely series of watercolor drawings by Texas based artist/illustrator Kelly Rae Burns. Ok, forget the trendy yoga studios . . . I’m goin’ to the forest! Hey, if all that fresh air and communing with nature can get an owl into lotus position, surely it’ll help me too.
The St. Boniface Cathedral Cemetary in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada - Louis Riel is buried here, along with many other pioneers - during daylight hours people report feelings of unease and being watched - after the sun sets, it comes alive with apparitions appearing through the ruins, whispers and cries are heard, unexplained noises, light anomalies, a spectral image of a burning cathedral is often seen here and then disappears