- People, Don t forget that next Saturday the 18th is our annual picnic in a new location: Saturday June 18th Phact Picnic and investigation of Ringing RocksMessage 1 of 1 , Jun 11, 2005View Source
Don't forget that next Saturday the 18th is our annual picnic in a new location:
Saturday June 18th Phact Picnic and investigation of Ringing Rocks
We will have a picnic and a field trip to investigate the claim of evil energy blocking life at the rock field. Directions to Ringing Rocks: - Take Rt.611 by-pass north around Doylestown - Approximately 12 miles after limited access section ends, Rt.611 bends to the right while Rt.412 goes straight - stay on Rt.611 - In approximately 2 more miles, Rt.611 makes a 90 degree bend to the left. There is a big ringing rocks sign here. Stay straight which is Marienstein Rd - Marienstein Rd goes around a 90 deg corner to the right and then makes a left turn, follow it instead of Beaver Run Rd which goes straight - Follow Marienstein Rd approximately 4 miles to Ringing Rocks Rd - Make a left onto Ringing Rocks Rd - Parking lot for the park will be on the right large map closer map-> http://tinyurl.com/cv5d7
For years, there have been stories of bad ley lines or strange forces at work preventing even birds from flying over this site. Feel free to bring a compass to see if it really does spin out of control in this area . . . oh and hammers to try your own "rock music". Bring food and beverages along for a picnic. We will hang out in the area from 11 till perhaps as late as 4 - we should have Jeff offering some bag piping music.
a more pro paranormal mystery mongering account of ringing rocks can be found at:
our own investigation from about 10 years ago is found at:
other general descriptions of the area are found from:
Also, remember our group goes on hiatus till the first lecture meeting starting the 3rd Saturday in September. We could use a volunteer to help render Phactum issues into web pages. In other news, I'll be making a field trip to visit the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research lab in Princeton - let me know if you'd like in on that. Our group got a mention in Forbes magazine as found at:
The most recent issue of Time magazine mentioned the SSE Society for Scientific Exploration meeting recently whereI was able to speak at - more about that in our next issue of Phactum.
have a great summer, Eric Krieg