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Rocks Near Fort Walsh, Canada, North America

  natural or not?

Looks like the ruins of a small megalithic platform. Hard to say if it natural or not. A hint of polygonal stone fitting on the 1st photo.

Address: A 45 minute hike from Fort Walsh in the Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park. This is private land and permission is required from the owner (ask at Fort Walsh)
This site belongs to the following categories: Megalithic
Polygonal Stone Masonry
Meltalith (naturally looking stone formations often with elements of intelligent design woven in them)
Cup Marks
Structure/Formation that could be Natural or Not

Field reports

Hi Sylvie, After looking at the site, I would say its natural. I've spent years looking at megalithic sites in South/Central America and Europe, hoping that this was also a Canadian one but unfortunately it was not. The stone is of a very soft sandstone, the "blocks" do look carved but if you look underneath them you can see they are connected by a base of even softer sandstone. Sort of a small hoodoos. The native people of the area never cosidered the rocks as spirituly important, as I could find no information from any of the elders that I talked to. Sometimes, big rocks are just that, nature playing tricks on us. R. McKinnon

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