October 8, 2009
The Montauk horse and the DIA Mustang -- WTF?!
Posted in General weirdness, The Mustang | Tagged DIA, Montauk project, Mustang | 6 Responses
This is nothing special, look at most statues of horses and they are rearing up on their hind legs. It’s a fairly common pose.
Then the montauk guys went far into the future the one dude in the red shirt, sead he went to an abandon city, all that was there was this statue of a golden horse.
I have trouble beivielng that Luis Jiminez was killed accidentally, a piece of his statue falling on him. Let’s hypothesize that he was balking at instructions from Denver to do something to this work of art like put a device inside like a bomb which will release anthrax powder upon receiving a signal. So, he dragged his feet all those years not wanting to make a statue like that; he’s killed; and the statue is done, pronto. More believable than the story they are giving us.
What is wild to me is that they look so much alike and the book was written years before it was built.
I see zero resemblance whatsoever. The only similarity is posture/pose.
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