The shapes and patterns I keep finding in place after place, to me, speak strongly of design, not random chance. This was a cursory look at an area new to me. Forgive the blurry shake at the beginning. I forgot I had changed the settings on my c...
The shapes and patterns I keep finding in place after place, to me, speak strongly of design, not random chance. This was a cursory look at an area new to me. Forgive the blurry shake at the beginning. I forgot I had changed the settings on my camera.
This is an area recently opened up and this video is my first glimpse of an area with strangely similar and symmetric rocks. I had not yet realized there are a bunch of them that form a line. I am adding this part of the description a few weeks later, on 9-1-19. As I have explored this area more, I have been following a line of what looks like the same bones that cover an area, as best as I can put together today, around 1/4 mile long and roughly 50'-80' in width. At the moment, the bones look like the vertebrae of a snake or something similar. I don't know what it is, but as of right now, I believe I have finally figured out its orientation across the landscape and its approximate widths. I will be uploading more videos on this creature and will include "A Unique Trail of Bones" in the title to make them easier to associate as the same creature in the same area.
While I'm in the realm of crazy, this is also in the throat area of the East Coast Dragon. To find out about the East Coast Dragon, search for it on the Mudfossil University channel on youtube. I'm not stating I believe the ECD is or is not a dragon. I reference it in the title because if the ECD really is a fossilized, decomposing dragon, then the fact that this video location is along the neck of the ECD may help identify the geology/biology in this video at a later date.