My Morning Jacket drummer thinks Red Rocks is an energy vortex, but it probably isn’t

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What does My Morning Jacket know about vortexes?

Patrick Hallahan, the band’s drummer, told The Denver Post that Red Rocks is “an energy spot in the universe – like a vortex.” However, VortexHunters.com, possibly an authority on energy vortexes if such things exist, doesn’t have any listing for Red Rocks. Chimney Rock and Crestone, sure, huge energy vortexes, but nothing on the Front Range. Is Hallahan on to something?

We’ve contacted VortexHunters.com and the Paranormal Research Network and await a response.

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