Stone Headbone

Discussion in 'Indian Arrowhead - Artifacts & Fossils' started by Out4gold, Apr 28, 2017.

  1. Out4gold

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    I thought I would post this here even though it is only a limestone rock.
    It just creeped me out when I found it.
    This type of "holey" stone can be found around Lake Travis near Austin Texas.
    It looked so much like a skull I had to bring it home.
    My wife said it was staring at her.
    I wonder where she got such an idea.
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    Now does anybody have some strange stones.
    Post em up.

    Jess B.
     
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    Now that's cool....i usually collect odd looking rocks while I'm detecting
     
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    It is kind of creepy. Cool stone, but creepy. You could always plant succulents in the " eye sockets" .
     
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    I too collect "unique" items I come across. My wife usually says, " ... but it's not coming in the house.":(
     

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