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    Mysterious Ancient Artifacts - Part 2 of 2 (Unexplained Mysteries)

  • kathryn izon

    In June of 1934, a piece of wood was found sticking out of a piece of limestone. When an attempt was made to free the piece of wood, it was established that it was a wooden hammer handle. At the time of this discovery, the object was completely encased in limestone. The conclusion that must be drawn from this is that the hammer was made before the rock was formed. The age of the rock is estimated by geologists to be sixty-five to 140 million years old...

  • Honey Gordon

    THE KINGOODIE HAMMER Found in1844 at the Kingoodie Quarry of Scotland, is an iron nail and a wooden handle found fixed within a Sandstone block from the MESOZOIC ERA! No one can explain how this iron nail & wooden hammer is so solidly entrenched in a piece of sandstone to survive for 400 million of years!

  • Wendy Loveless

    "Ooparts (Out of Place Artifacts" hammer found in solid rock.

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