ESSEX STONEHENGE UNEARTHED

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ESSEX STONEHENGE UNEARTHED

Postby Ian Pegler » Fri Apr 18, 2008 2:29 pm

Amateur archaeologists have found Essex's own version of Stonehenge - by dowsing with metal rods.

CLICK HERE to read the article.

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Re: ESSEX STONEHENGE UNEARTHED

Postby GDB500 » Sat Feb 21, 2009 1:36 pm

I know I'm rather late with this, but the paper website you have linked to has moved on. Searching for Stonehenge did not bring up any hits

Is there any chance that some one made a copy of the info that they could post here.

Being from Essex I would like to see it

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Re: ESSEX STONEHENGE UNEARTHED

Postby mike » Tue Sep 12, 2017 12:39 pm

Two places in Essex have an interesting past, Sacred Sites from 5000 years ago when the site became active and would have drawn people to visit either by its influence or signs in the fields/crops/grass.I would not go as far as an Essex Stonehenge, but its something very worth a visit to feel the magic of the place....Both Langley Green area and Broad Green area in my opinion.
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