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The Red Bird Petroglyph

One of the strangest rocks on display is found in Manchester Kentucky. For it is here that the Marked Rock is preserved and on display. Also known as the Red Bird Petroglyph, this rock bears numerous carvings like no other ever discovered in Kentucky. While we are all familiar with so-called turkey tracks and numerous other rock carvings none resemble the strange symbols left by someone ages ago.
    The Marked Rock has been studied by many and while some of the symbols clearly resemble samples of ancient scripts from different lands, no one can say for certain exactly what they mean.



     On display with the rock is an interpretive sign that offers samples claimed to be from ancient alphabets and amazingly do resemble extremely close the carvings on the rock. So why would such a variety of scripts, all now dead, be left on a large boulder in Clay County Kentucky?

    The boulder was actually brought to his present resting place in a city park along the banks of Plum Creek in the…

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New Video

Hey folks! Just a quick note that Ross and Mike Steely's new video Swift's Silver Mine- The Truth Behind the Myth is now available for viewing at http://vimeo.com/41731851. This is a great video interviewing a lot of different folks on the subject and offers a complete history of the legend.