Unexplained Archaeology

In the summer of 1889 near the sleepy little village of Nampa, Idaho, a well was being drilled to supply water for the town. The drill cut through top soil, then a thick layer of lava, then multiple layers of clay and sand...and then, at nearly 320 feet below the surface, the drill brought up... Continue Reading →

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