Monday, May 12, 2008

Lives Vanish in the Kansas Rectangle

Interesting article about Kansas in the Onion:
The so-called "Kansas rectangle," a desolate and featureless region covering 82,277 square miles in America's mysterious Great Plains, has been a source of speculation among paranormal investigators for decades. Though the questions surrounding its existence have never been answered, one thing is certain: The life of former Chicagoan Kevin Corcoran suddenly vanished into the eerie region 30 years ago this week, never to return.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

"There's no place like home... there's no place like home..."

Anonymous said...

Has anyone ever considered that since Kansas is known as the BLOODY state.....that maybe I don't know It's cursed.....bad depressing things happen everyday in westren Kansas I know...I live there.....

Anonymous said...

If thats the case why dont you share with the rest of us on what kind of depressing things happen there?!

Richard H Snell said...

I was born in western Kansas, grew up there, and very many of my friends live there. It is a wonderful place in which to live, raise a family, and serve the Lord Jesus Christ. I don't expect to disappear until He returns and raises the dead and the saved are caught up to meet Him in the air.