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Frankenstein Center V7 7A+
Frankenstein Dyno V2 5+
Frankenstein Left V4 6B
Type: Boulder
FA: unknown
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Shared By: claude. on Sep 13, 2010
Admins: Aaron Hobson, Jason Halladay, Anthony Stout, LeeAB Brinckerhoff, Marta Reece, Drew Chojnowski

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Description

Crux is the last move which revolves around a big throw to the lip off bad crimps. Hardest problem on the wall, so far...

Location

Starts on Frankenstein Direct and continues right through progressively worsening holds.

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Bob Broilo
Socorro, NM
Bob Broilo   Socorro, NM
This would have been 1995 or so, so I guess that's a long time ago. How did I get so old? Anyway, It doesn't look like it gets any traffic, so regardless, anyone attempting it should mos def watch for looseness! I don't know if it ever got a second (like the Dog Ball Banana Wall scarefest). Nov 19, 2010
claude.
ABQ, NM
 
claude.   ABQ, NM
 
If anyone could do it, I'd put my money on Jake. It just always looked really dirty, perhaps he did it long ago? Either way cool! At least it's possible. Nov 19, 2010
Bob Broilo
Socorro, NM
Bob Broilo   Socorro, NM
I don't have firsthand knowledge, but the FA was reported as Jake Rothfork so we should ask him. I believe in both the source of the info and also Jake's ability to do it, especially after watching him do a harder, more dangerous problem on Dog Ball Banana Wall. Nov 18, 2010
claude.
ABQ, NM
 
claude.   ABQ, NM
 
I was under the impression that that Frankenstein Right was still a project? Nov 17, 2010
Bob Broilo
Socorro, NM
Bob Broilo   Socorro, NM
This is "Frankenstein Center"

Frankenstein right is the wicked hard highball over the bad landing
about 15 feet right of the start of this, although we should ask Jake for better info. Around the corner to the right is "Batman's Nipples" and "Robin's Codpiece". The short throw to the left of the Frankensteins is unnamed but we call it Frankenstein dyno. Often approached from the left. Oct 8, 2010