So…You Think I’m Always Joking
It is safe to say that I am a self-proclaimed pantomath. (Via Wikipedia, “In theory, a pantomath is not to be confused with a polymath in its less strict sense, much less with the related but very different terms philomath and know-it-all.”)
I copyrighted the term ‘Meadow of the Witch’ a while back to define a section of the Albuquerque Foothills trail system. Well, people may think that I am just full of S*^T 24 hours a day. Every term I use has meaning. You, the B.P.R. fan, may not understand this. But it fact, I am a pantomath.
Search for the news clip on KRQE that describes the events on March 22nd in the Albuquerque Foothills. I’ve included a section of the article, but removed the names. Last night I posted this info but included the names of the murder suspect and the murdered individual. Well, my blog received a number of hits from people looking for info on the crime. Needless to say, Back of the Pack Racing
is not interested in attracting those interested in murder or affected by murder.
Anyway, back to the story:
Summary, a ‘witch’ killed an acquaintance in the middle of the ‘Meadow of the Witch’. I can’t make this stuff up. It’s real, dude.
Check out all my previous postings, you will quickly see the use of the geographical descriptor ‘Meadow of the Witch’.
Search the KRQE website for the news article on the March 22nd murder in ‘the meadow’
Below is a excerpt:
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Albuquerque police arrested a self-described Wiccan follower for the murder of a man in the foothills of the Sandia Mountains Monday evening.
Woman “A”, 30, is charged with an open count of murder in the stabbing death of Man “B”
Police said the two had previously met at an Albuquerque-area casino about a week ago and exchanged phone numbers.
Around 4:00 p.m. Monday, police said “A” called “B” and invited him to the Sandia Foothills Open Space east of Tramway Boulevard to celebrate a Wiccan ritual for spring.
Woman “A”, claims to be a witch in the religion of Wicca, according to police.
Below is a Google Earth map of the area that I define as “The Meadow of the Witch”.