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  • Mystery surrounds historic Georgia ruins (Public link fixed)

    By Walter Putnam
    Forf Mountain State Park, Georgia (AP)

    The remains of the 855-foot stone wall that gives Fort Mountain its name wind like a snake around the northeast Georgia park, and its very presence begs a question: Who put them there?

    A Cherokee legend attributes the wall to a mysterious band of “moon-eyed people” led by a Welsh prince named Madoc who appeared in the area more than 300 years before Columbus sailed to America.

    Last edited by Skabewis; 01-03-2009, 03:15 PM.

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