Sunday, May 26, 2013

More Ancient Ruins in Bigfoot Research Area

Possible Burial Site
I returned to the area where I documented the rock columns and began to survey the area. It appears there was a large complex in this area. I found rock walls, a possible ruin of a large structure, stone entrance, boulders with tool or machine marks, rock columns, and possible burial sites.

I found on interesting rock that appears to have been shaped. Note the "+" etched into the side. Is this a tool mark?






Below are the remants of a large structure. On first look it looks like a out of place boulder field but upon closer inspection I noticed the area was square. You could also see boulders that were "fitted" together. This structure was 165 feet long and 125 feet wide.



 I also found rock wall ruins that surrounds the entire area.




In what appears to be a inner court yard I found a amazing gate. Note how the end is squared off. Please note all these structures are "laid" they have no mortar.


Large boulders with notches cut in them?





Finally I find a stone circle with a pointed stone in the middle.




8 comments:

  1. Fascinating Scott. I came across a free movie on youtube about similar rock formations in southern Indiana. It's very interesting. Here is the link if you're interested.
    http://www.youtube.com/feed/UCWfrNA_k7CbDV0yREgIHEjQ

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  2. Wow! VERY interesting. Clearly, whoever did this is intelliegent.

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  3. BF AND very old stone formations? Looks like you have enough material to keep you busy for many years Scott,. That's awesome! Thanks for sharing this interesting find.

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  4. Btw,just a thought. That sharp stone in the middle of the ring of small stones,,that looks very peculiar. I wonder if it has any significance as possible use age,like a sun dial? Maybe not,but that's what it brings to mind,ESP with that sharp angel,and positioning.

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  5. http://americanprofile.com/articles/te-lah-nays-wall/

    I suggest you take a look at this site. Tom Hendrix built a mile-long rock wall in northwest Alabama as a memorial to his great-great-grandmother, a Yuchi Indian who traveled the Trail of Tears.

    Read more: http://americanprofile.com/articles/te-lah-nays-wall/#ixzz2UkxlTbZ4

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