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1 - Well if it is like so many other books written about the so called Legends of the Superstitions it probably should be listed as fiction.Tough_Boots wrote:That's been on my stack for a couple weeks. I'm curious to hear what you think.
Native Americans.SuperstitionGuy wrote:And where does this claim that 600 visitors have died in the supers? Is he counting the memorials of peoples cremated ashes that have been scattered or buried out there as well?
Depending on when the count starts, it must be a lot more than 600.
His statement was for 100 years from 1917 to 2018... He should have said two or three not one "century". and I quote....In fact, in the past century, the Superstition Mountains have claimed the lives of more than six hundred visitors,cactuscat wrote:Yeah, I don't think 600 is an unreasonable number for the last 150 years or so ...
Maybe..... I have seen plenty of photos of Kollenborn on one of his horses above Carney, on Superstition Mountain and above Massacre Grounds in the 50's and 60's - hard to believe he never pieced it together.cactuscat wrote: In this book, he claims to have been leader of what he thinks were the first groups to hike the Superstition Ridgeline route in "modern times" - he doesn't specify what year that was, but it was interesting to read and to think about trailblazing that route!