Monday, March 28, 2011

Sylvanic DotCom Circa May 2005

Yes the site is down, I don't know what Todd's plans with it are currently. It's temporary, but I don't know how temporary. -- Louise Standing (3/28/2011)


We were able to get a response from Louise Standing, Todd's younger sister, she also wanted to make it clear, "...I have nothing to do with Todd's research and am really involved in no way!"

We promised we would have the first version of Sylvanic.Com. This was launched back in May 2005.

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Gauging from the home page, you would guess the site is less about Todd and more about a mysterious place where people end up missing. A place called Sylvanic.

THE NAVIGATION:
Home
The Legend
The Disappearance
Tears of the Mountain Story
The Expedition
Jay's Incident
Hair Found Follow-up
Conclusion
Letters From Readers
Sylvanic 1964 Chronicles
1984 Chronicles (added in December 2005)


OPENING PARAGRAPH:
It is hard to believe in this day an age that there are many places left in the vast mountain ranges of North America that are left untouched by man. But there is. The name may have changed in the last century but the legend remains the same. Sylavnic, as it is now called by the natives that have know of its legends thousands of years before civilization enveloped this continent, is a well hidden canyon nestled deep within the depths of the rocky mountains. This website explores the mysteries and folklore that surround this enigmatic rivers pass that leads to an ancient valley. A large unbroken chain of mountains encircles this valley and it is said that the sacred pass is guarded by the shadows of the mountain. A group of 4 people went into this valley on a February weekend in 2005 to document as much information about Sylanic as they could. What they found was shocking...


THE MISSING MAN:


"Do you recognize this man? He may have gone missing in Sylvanic in 1936 along with two of his associates. This is a police composite drawing of what he would have looked like in 1936. He had a strong English accent and would have worked for the railroad in the early 1930’s or late 1920’s. His initials may have been J.P.G."


Want to check out the evolution Sylvanic.Com all by your self? Check it out at the Internet Archives AKA the Wayback Machine

Its got a cool interface just click anywhere on the timeline. Below is an example of the interface, where you can actually navigate through the website via a timeline.

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EXTERNAL LINKS
Archived Version of Sylvanic.Com

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1 comment:

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    Check it out at:

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    ReplyDelete

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