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Witching sticks point to clues in the Kensington Rune Stone mystery

Published 10/31/2012, Alexandria Echo Press

Kensington Rune Stone Park is steeped in controversy. Believers have namesaked their businesses after the rock that bears an inscription depicting the travels of Norse explorers from the 1300s. Skeptics have dismissed the runic relic as a hoax. Others are still searching for the true meaning of the story literally etched in stone.

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