Yeah well, we’ll never know

Some of the huge pillars at Stonehenge were there long before humans arrived and it is likely that the stones have always been situated there, according to an archaeologist who is hoping to put to bed the mystery of the great British monolith.

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3 Responses to Yeah well, we’ll never know

  1. warhorse says:

    the opposite is true of the “america’s stonehenge” AKA “mystery hill” in north salem,NH. I grew up just down the street from it. they used to tell everyone that what you saw was a replica of what was there before, and all the stones had been sold to go into various mills in the area.

    one of the stones, the “sacrificial table” is a dead ringer for a table they used to make lye in england and scotland.

    now they want you to believe all the stones are original, and they are finding NEW stones buried around the site. oh and occasionally they find flint arrowheads..not a surprise, but the type of arrowhead is a plains or southwest style, not a northern type. so most people who know anything about arrowheads think they’re planted.

  2. nwoldude says:

    I am surely not a professional. However, any fool can see that those stones just ‘happened’ to look like that naturally. Any fool!

  3. Westcoastdeplorable says:

    Been there, done that, and this professor is a fool!

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