re:I will continue to write about those who misrepresent the legends or stories of these mountains to generate funds or money for their own use and purpose."LDMGOLD wrote:TERRY and others:
I was quite sure somebody would know how to find the articles. They are no secret. I will continue to write about those who misrepresent the legends or stories of these mountains to generate funds or money for their own use and purpose. Over the past fifty years I have seen many people lose a lot of money by investing in the many tall tales told by people who claim they have found the gold of Superstition Mountain or know where it is located. A small percentage of them are now serving time or have served time. I have no plans on getting into those stories. Also I am on this site to enjoy the desert Southwest, not lost gold mines and stories.
Thanks again for the fantastic desert site.
I believe that if you look close... That is exactly what the rest of us are trying to do here. It pains me terribly that you fail to see that. There is no doubt in my mind, that if you saw someone publicly distorting, and ignoring historical facts, in the manner you have in that article, you would be yelling about it even louder than we are. Clearly, you have not been holding yourself (lately), to the same standards you have always held others to.
Thank you for the compliment about fantastic desert site. I know Jim_b will appreciate it, and hope you continue to enjoy it, and share your beautiful photos (And Sharon's) for a long time to come.