Ancient New England?

Secrets of Mysterious Stone Chambers

The Eagle Chamber, South Royalton, Vermont. Photo by Mike Luoma.
Inside of Eagle Chamber. Much of the wall to the right and the floor are bedrock. There is a vent or smoke-hole in the rear upper right. Photo by Mike Luoma.
The Upton Chamber, Upton Heritage Park, Upton, Massachusetts. Photo by Mike Luoma.
The domed or beehive construction style of the Upton Chamber, similar to many found in Europe, has led some to suggest a pre-Columbian, European provenance for these chambers. Photo by Mike Luoma.
The Nashoba Brook Chamber in Acton, Massachusetts. Said to have been used as an icehouse in colonial times. Photo by Mike Luoma.
The interior of the Nashoba Brook Chamber is L-Shaped. Looking out from the back corner. Photo by Mike Luoma.
The Calendar One Chamber in South Rotalton, Vermont. Photo by Mike Luoma.
Looking into Calendar One. The chamber has been missing its roof slabs for quite some time, so we see daylight inside. Photo by Mike Luoma.
From the rear of the Calendar One chamber. Photo by Mike Luoma.
The Calendar Two chamber in South Woodstock, Vermont. Photo by Mike Luoma.
Although mounded on the outside,the interior of Calendar Two is squared off. Its dimensions are said to match — at scale — the King’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid in Egypt. Photo by Mike Luoma.
Calendar Two. Photo by Mike Luoma.

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