the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones
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    the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    had to stop rebury halt -- clearly it was very very old saw cut chunk of femur type leg bone (nice neat saw cut end)--the area was used during the CW era , and might have been a bit of a DR' S leg "trimming" work -- HALT STOP REBURY say 1000 hail marys and 1500 our fathers and say so sorry . geez I hate finding bones. ---(I'm going to just keep chanting --"it was a ham bone --it was a ham bone") till I believe it --- Ivan

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    anything but that

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    surely bones that had been cut in the heat of battle wouldn't be so cleanly cut

    just trying to make you feel better

    failing that go to confession and be blessed!
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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    yeah its probably a deer leg bone that was taken off.
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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    Couldn't someone get some DNA off of it to determine it was a human leg bone.....I'm pretty quick uncovering thing's but that would be an even quicker re-bury.I'm alway's thinking about finding "thing's" around the field's at Antietam,read storie's about them burying them where they lay,no marker's either.You should at least contact somebody.....Joe

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    Poor Ivan. You just want to hunt and now you are on a burial detail. I would feel the same. Maybe contact local law enforcement and let them decide.

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    No sweat pal! I am just as close to something similar to your insident.I detected at Isla Verde beach a cloudy day with my coinmaster 5000d s2, a paper aluminum wrapped wood box containing a ragged pinned up vodoo doll with a note under it.Don't ask me what it said inside I didn't had the guts to tamper with the contents.I just did what the lady renting the beach chairs told me place your hand over it and pray with faith the our fathers prayer.I did that and slammed with all my might that darn thing in the waste basket I felt much better after that, what a yuckey feeling of death came upon me on opening that stupid thing.

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    Quote Originally Posted by shaun7
    surely bones that had been cut in the heat of battle wouldn't be so cleanly cut

    just trying to make you feel better

    failing that go to confession and be blessed!
    I say definately ham or cow. If it were something that was cut while the animal was living there would be extra marks on that sucker from the amputee kicking around. They would probably look something like hesitation marks or maybe like when you miss the mark on the piece of lumber you are sawing...just a thought.
    Never underestimate the stupidity of people.

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    Hope it wasn't one of "dem bones"...


    You did the right thing Ivan - probably would have freaked me out a bit as well...
    "The spirit of resistance to government is so valuable on certain occasions, that I wish it to be always kept alive. It will often be exercised when wrong, but better so than not to be exercised at all. I like a little rebellion now and then. It is like a storm in the atmosphere"

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    i guess it could be an amputated limb from a field hospital during the civil war. if it makes you feel any better, the guy very well could have survived his wounds and lived to a ripe old age.
    GTI 2500/ACE 250

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    da book worm--researcher

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    I take no chances if the least bit of doubt -- rebury right away --I hunt deer and wild hogs -- didn't seem right shape for them the cut was very clean however -- I keep saying ham bone -- ham bone- ham bone

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    ham bone ham bone hammmmm bone...isn't there a song there?

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    Why are there never pictures!?
    I want to see it, ghoul that I am.

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    like I said instant reburial* fast as my hands could go -- no photos no bring it home and returning it later stuff--just get it back in the ground as fast as possible --say I'm sorry and change spots right away . I never knowingly mess wit da dead --going to be one of em some day --and god help any that disturb my rest thinking its funny

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    Re: the leg bones connected to the STOP!!! BUTTON-- geez I hate finding bones

    Good point.
    Mkaes you wonder.
    If it was sawn it may have been the lower half. No body, just a damaged leg removed after a battle perhaps.


 

 
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