- Jan 15, 2019
- Detector(s) used
Garrett ACE 300, current main user.
Garret AT Propointer, current main user.
Garrett GTAX750, classic machine and I love it!
Bounty hunter tracker iv, missing knob bought used on eBay... Still find
- Primary Interest:
- All Treasure Hunting
Just to start, I KNOW this is a natural occurrence of some kind. My parents and I went to one of our spots we search for arrowheads and the like on the Nolichucky River in Erwin Tennessee. Just across the state line near where we live in North Carolina. We found 1 arrowhead and a few other relics on this trip, but this rock really caught our eye. We have been searching the creeks and rivers in the area for years and haven't found anything like this before. I am well aware it is a natural formation of some kind. I just wonder if this is some kind of fossil possibly? Some other type of erosion etc? I know we don't really have a real specific fossil spot in our area from my research. But this has us puzzled. The "holes" are very strange and appear to come in sets of three multiple times on this stone. I have no real knowledge of rocks and minerals, but I know this is UNUSUAL in our area. The "holes", for lack of a better term, are about .5" diameter for the smallest and around 1" diameter for the larger "holes". I'm unsure of the material, but it is solid and hard rock of some sort. I appreciate any info and I will gladly add any info I possibly forgot. I have the rock in front of me now, so I can get more info instantly if needed. Thanks in advance for any info!