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    YW; it IS GREAT stuff! Found out that Catawba Nation from SC did have "settlements" in the Shenandoah Valley... AND! Delaware & another tribe were at war with each other over the "hunting grounds" of the Shenandoah Valley; hence, all the arrowheads, tommahawk heads, etc. STILL have all the arrowheads in my "medicine bag" (aka "mojo bag"), and my tommahawk heads in my library. coffee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    AHHH... YUM! NOW, you know why they are called "Ghost towns". LOL! GH is correct... I have had similar experiences. Meno, where is your "haunted forest"? Wanna
    hike it, too!
    No funny at all.

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    Yes there are ghost towns in Connecticut, all just cellar holes.

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    You did notice the last posts on this thread is 2 years old?
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    STILL looking at the MOUNDS; LOTS of POWER... MORE to come in 2013! "Google" Mound Building Cultures of NORTH America. BIG Mound of Monacan Nation in Montvale, Va.; ANOTHER Monacan Nation Mound was near Monticello (Charlottesville, Va.), which Thomas Jefferson "researched", after he saw native ppl visit the Mound of their Ancestors. ANOTHER Mound (PROBABLY Monacan Nation) was in the path of I-81; VDOT (Va. Dept. of Transportation) "destroyed" it (ain't "progress"... GREAT!). Has been a VERY troubled section of I-81, with LOTS of wrecks, weird fogginess with traffic delays, etc.; WONDER WHY?
    Last edited by Rebel - KGC; Dec 27, 2012 at 09:17 PM.

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    AND! The OLD "Indian" towns of Virginia are seen on the OLD maps of Virginia; many histories of these old towns (aka "ghost towns") were written... by John Smith (Jamestown), Thomas Jefferson, etc. COPPER was the most valued metal, easily worked, into jewelry; river pearls. Then the BRITS, (et al) spoke of GOLD, SILVER... on to WESTERN Virgina, and SOUTH to North Carolina for GOLD; South West Virginia for SILVER. HH!
    Last edited by Rebel - KGC; Dec 28, 2012 at 08:22 AM.

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    About 15 years ago I was looking at some land for sale, on a back road in the woods. Back off the road I found a huge stacked stone pile, probably eight feet high, maybe 15-20 feet in circumference, with a beaten path around the base. It was all flat stones, like shale. I walked around it, wondering what it was, then just got creeped out, got out of there, and never went back. Don't know if the land was ever sold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray in ny View Post
    About 15 years ago I was looking at some land for sale, on a back road in the woods. Back off the road I found a huge stacked stone pile, probably eight feet high, maybe 15-20 feet in circumference, with a beaten path around the base. It was all flat stones, like shale. I walked around it, wondering what it was, then just got creeped out, got out of there, and never went back. Don't know if the land was ever sold.
    Sounds like a Burial Cairn of a NY Seneca Chief; Spirits WILL guard the chief in death... as in life; had one in Virginia (burial cairn) of pre-Monacan Nation Chief, who died trying to reach SACRED ROCK up the hill from our (wife & I) rental house; Native ppl from all over just buried him there (where he fell) & put rocks (stones) on his grave. Native visitors to his grave, put a stone on his grave, over the years; must be about 5' high & about 20' around. his wife was buried in a smaller burial MOUND of earth (dirt), @ 100' below his cairn. That place was VERY haunted. See Psychics/Mediums/ParaNormal "Sub-Forum" for MORE on our experiences, there...
    Last edited by Rebel - KGC; Dec 30, 2012 at 04:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ray in ny View Post
    About 15 years ago I was looking at some land for sale, on a back road in the woods. Back off the road I found a huge stacked stone pile, probably eight feet high, maybe 15-20 feet in circumference, with a beaten path around the base. It was all flat stones, like shale. I walked around it, wondering what it was, then just got creeped out, got out of there, and never went back. Don't know if the land was ever sold.
    Ray, was that here in the southern tier? I know these hills like my own back yard, but never saw anything such as what you described. I would love to research that. I have alot of knowledge of the whereabouts of Iroquois villages.

 

 
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