The “Turtle Altar” at Bilger’s Rocks in Grampian, Pennsylvania. Photo by Mike Luoma.

Previously Overlooked, Possible Megalithic Site in Pennsylvania

Did Ancient Hands Shift Boulders and Stones at Bilger’s Rocks?

There may be more to Bilger’s Rocks than people know.

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Mike Luoma

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Author, Podcaster, Radio Host & Music Director, Explorer, Researcher, Science Fiction & Comic Book Creator. From Vermont.

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