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    Re: Geophysicist research at Victorio Peak 1995-1998

    On the archys most likely not LOL

    You said i just assumed it would be Indian, or Spanish,

    What makes you think it is or the bones that fell were human??

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    Re: Geophysicist research at Victorio Peak 1995-1998

    Do a testing on the bones to find out if they are human.

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    Yes, I prefer old forums like many people. lovejoydc@att.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Connecticut Sam View Post
    Yes, I prefer old forums like many people. lovejoydc@att.net
    this is what happens when people vote for change.

 

 
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