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Poem: John Henry

Still driving steel in the mind

silent formless brightening
river water
pale shades of gray

I beheld Satan as lightning fall
from heaven

Having to make do with limited options… 81 more words


Bigfoot (Sasquatch)

Bigfoot, also called Sasquatch, is a rarely-seen primate that some people say lives in remote areas of Canada and the United States. Many people claim to have seen a Bigfoot, or seen their tracks, no one has ever captured one, or found a dead body. 1,472 more words

Supernatural Creatures

Jon Tribble: Anubis Online

… every god that is dead can be conjured again to life, as any fragment of rock from a hillside, set respectfully in a garden, will arrest the eye. 549 more words

Opinion Leaders

Interview w/Steven Green: Inventing a Christian America

When did Americans start making the claim that the United States was founded as a Christian nation? Why has this myth been so appealing? Dave Krueger talks with Steven K. 92 more words


The Legend of the Corn Maidens

According to tradition, Corn Maidens were created in the palm of the right hand of the Great Spirit as guides for the people of the Earth. 280 more words

American Myths