Possible Native american grave or something else??

Jun 27, 2014
3
2
Georgia
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Garret Ace 350
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
I have came a across some interesting rock formations while hiking through the woods. It is something I've never seen before I believe it is a burial of some sort. There is a stack of flat rocks almost tall enough to be a seat, and there are 2 different piles of rock about 3 feet from eachother and they are about 12 feet long. Treasurenet help me identify what this is!
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goen 4 gold

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Apr 12, 2012
106
16
bellevue ohio
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WHITES- dfx,dx1,d2 coil 4x6 shooter coil.....
beach hunter id 300, vibra probe pin pointer.....
GARRETT-ace 250

warren tweed pick,
GPAA pans
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
only one way to find out....ya dig!
 

Limitool

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Jun 9, 2013
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7,053
Middle TN. area
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White XLT Spectrum E-Series
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Metal Detecting
Really don't know like you.... maybe an old foundation? Take your MD back and start gridding first.
 

OP
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Jun 27, 2014
3
2
Georgia
Detector(s) used
Garret Ace 350
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
I don't think it is a homestead, because it is simply too small, the rock formation is not connected in anyway. But i think it would be a good decision
to go take the detector back there.
 

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