Guitar In Gatlinburg
Posted by LOTGK on September 22, 2008
Where The Streets Have No Name
A giant alien guitar was discovered today on the Virginia – Tennessee border at a rest stop on Highway 81 as busy travelers were winding up their Summer vacations and getting back to their normal lives. The guitar was placed so it did not block traffic and was viewed as just another roadside attraction until a coded message was discovered at it’s base.
Of course, the Grassy Knoll Institute was contacted to investigate being experts in the field of Giant Alien culture. The rocket scientists at the institute are strumming their brains out and are at the edge of their wits in attempting to decipher this encrypted message.
So far, it is believed the message is coordinates to a specific place to springboard an alien invasion against the Earth. You to can help us decode the message which is below. Any and all leads submitted will be investigated as only the Grassy Knoll Institute can. The message is below.
The cities a flood
And our love turns to rust
Were beaten and blown by the wind
Trampled into dust
Ill show you a place
High on a desert plain
Where the streets have no name
We think the first line is referring to New Orleans, flooded by the hurricane Katrina.
The second line is believed to be a reference to an old steel company now vacant and dormant rusting in the field.
The third and fourth line seem to describe the Detroit Lions season so far. This is purely conjecture on our part though.
The fifth and sixth line describes a mountain top area, such as near the Grand Canyon.
The seventh line is believed to reference a trail, with no markers, but a road known to well by the locals.
LURKING ON THE GRASSY KNOLL