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Bare human footprints that walked across my freshly made boot prints without me ever noticing anyone else in the area.
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The most disturbing item I found was the top half of a human skull. Thought it was an ostrich egg shell at first. Turned it over and the two eye sockets were staring right at me. I could tell it was quite old. Contacted the police at the time but they didn't do anything. I don't know if they believed me or not. Wound up taking it to the provincial museum and donating it. Turns out is was likely native and I should have given it to one of the local nations but this was years ago, I was quite young and a teenager and my mother just wanted me to get rid of it. The land I found it on also had a buffalo ribstone, was across the river from a medicine wheel, and had a very strange structure on it that the farmer had no idea what it was. I probably couldn't find the area again if I wanted to. (Was fifty years ago)
 

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The most disturbing item I found was the top half of a human skull. Thought it was an ostrich egg shell at first. Turned it over and the two eye sockets were staring right at me. I could tell it was quite old. Contacted the police at the time but they didn't do anything. I don't know if they believed me or not. Wound up taking it to the provincial museum and donating it. Turns out is was likely native and I should have given it to one of the local nations but this was years ago, I was quite young and a teenager and my mother just wanted me to get rid of it. The land I found it on also had a buffalo ribstone, was across the river from a medicine wheel, and had a very strange structure on it that the farmer had no idea what it was. I probably couldn't find the area again if I wanted to. (Was fifty years ago)
The most disturbing item I found was the top half of a human skull. Thought it was an ostrich egg shell at first. Turned it over and the two eye sockets were staring right at me. I could tell it was quite old. Contacted the police at the time but they didn't do anything. I don't know if they believed me or not. Wound up taking it to the provincial museum and donating it. Turns out is was likely native and I should have given it to one of the local nations but this was years ago, I was quite young and a teenager and my mother just wanted me to get rid of it. The land I found it on also had a buffalo ribstone, was across the river from a medicine wheel, and had a very strange structure on it that the farmer had no idea what it was. I probably couldn't find the area again if I wanted to. (Was fifty years ago)
The most disturbing item I found was the top half of a human skull. Thought it was an ostrich egg shell at first. Turned it over and the two eye sockets were staring right at me. I could tell it was quite old. Contacted the police at the time but they didn't do anything. I don't know if they believed me or not. Wound up taking it to the provincial museum and donating it. Turns out is was likely native and I should have given it to one of the local nations but this was years ago, I was quite young and a teenager and my mother just wanted me to get rid of it. The land I found it on also had a buffalo ribstone, was across the river from a medicine wheel, and had a very strange structure on it that the farmer had no idea what it was. I probably couldn't find the area again if I wanted to. (Was fifty years ago)
I would go back there and poke around a little more.
 

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The most disturbing item I found was the top half of a human skull. Thought it was an ostrich egg shell at first. Turned it over and the two eye sockets were staring right at me. I could tell it was quite old. Contacted the police at the time but they didn't do anything. I don't know if they believed me or not. Wound up taking it to the provincial museum and donating it. Turns out is was likely native and I should have given it to one of the local nations but this was years ago, I was quite young and a teenager and my mother just wanted me to get rid of it. The land I found it on also had a buffalo ribstone, was across the river from a medicine wheel, and had a very strange structure on it that the farmer had no idea what it was. I probably couldn't find the area again if I wanted to. (Was fifty years ago)
When I start finding questionable things and remains, I close up shop and shag ass.

I'm a "let sleeping dogs lie" kinda guy..
 

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