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Mystery stone

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posted on Jul, 20 2006 @ 12:11 PM
A odd-looking, egg-shaped stone found in 1872 but no one knows who made it, why, how or when it was made..

I think it was extraterrestrials who made it..

[edit on 20-7-2006 by Sphinx]

posted on Jul, 20 2006 @ 12:24 PM
I go to Laconia twicw a year and stay on Lake Winnipesaukee. I think in a couple of weeks I will stop by the museum to see it. Below is the website.

Perhaps I will find one too, or buy that one.

posted on Jul, 20 2006 @ 12:27 PM
Seem's to me that after reading the article about the object, that it was more than likely from a tribe from the past, but may possibly still exist today.
maybe we have some "Native American Historian's" here on AST to better your question for an answer, but fromthe statement's of where it was found how it was found(Too bad they didn't log the find better,ie. How deep in the soil, how far from the lake or river?. ) as stated in the article.
Nice find and very interesting!!

This is the staement that kind of hold's my conclusion though:

There was something inside -- a dark, odd-looking, egg-shaped stone with a variety of carvings, including a face, teepee, ear of corn and starlike circles.

Has "Native American" written all over it!! LOL

Here's a little bit of the region's history of the tribe's that inhabited the area of question:

Before contact with the English about 3,000 American Indians inhabited what eventually became New Hampshire. They were organized into clans, semiautonomous bands, and larger tribal entities; the Pennacook, with their central village near the town that bears their name, were by far the most powerful of these tribes. The entire Indian population was part of the linguistically unified Algonquian ...

The source:

[edit on 20-7-2006 by Allred5923]

posted on Jul, 20 2006 @ 01:55 PM
Oh, I didn't saw back of the stone

It was definitely indians who made it..

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