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Old 08-15-2017, 11:54 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by fudgetusk
The stone was found on the location of an ancient chalk quarry. But it is not chalk. It is some kind of limestone with flint in it. But more than that. It is very odd. I have not seen a stone like it. I don't know any geologists to take it to.


I was going to say maybe try and see if a university near you has a geology department? Thats what I would do if I didnt have a local museum to try to ask. But yeah, I dont know what to say about the other stuff you said, it could be a coincidence, stranger things have happened.
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