Update: What I really mean by "Oh My!" is: "What a scandal, to publish a ceremonial site location!" This is against the backdrop of a discussion I started on the NEARA message board about making a few sites public. Some people over there appear to be reluctant for NEARA to even publish directions to a place like Gungywump. Other responders on the message board are insistent that no NEARA sites can possibly be made public. And the more the reluctant ones drag their feet about this, the more inclined I am to say: screw it, let's publish it ALL.
Here at Wildcat Hill in Ashland MA, for example, are many small non-descript "marker pile" sites. Most of the rock piles are damaged, there is no buried treasure, and it is publicly accessible conservation land. Whatever agenda thinks keeping these a secret is a good idea, is not my agenda at all. I had a conversation with a woman at a NEARA meeting a year ago who wanted to keep her (two or three) sites a secret. I argue in favor of my publishing most of the 500 or so sites I have located. She said: "Let's agree to disagree". I think to myself: "You go right ahead and disagree and keep your three sites secret but I'll go ahead with publishing most of mine and, in the end, what you want to do does not matter."