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    Ho boy. This is the only article I can find on this alleged discovery. If anyone finds out more, please post. Sounds quite dubious at the moment.....

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    Rhode Island

  • #2
    Lol. Surprise, surprise, surprise! The story is a hoax. And here is the article and photo to prove it. So if you do see more about this in the news, now you know the truth!
    Rhode Island


    • #3
      This is one I was reading a while back. Curious, very curious.


      • #4
        I've got an uncle who's last name is Danielson?
        Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan


        • #5
          Charlie, “worldnewsdailyreport” is a spoof website, as indicated by its claim to be a Zionist newspaper staffed by former Mossad agents and Muslims working for New World Order Media. It mixes the spoof stuff in with "real" news. Other websites and news agencies are now feeding off the story as it circulates without the knowledge that it originated there as a complete fabrication. Among their previous “scoops” were the man that built himself a space shuttle using a 3D printer, the discovery of fire by chimpanzees and the dinosaur egg that hatched in a museum following a heater malfunction.
          The supposed items pictured and claimed from Michigan are indeed Viking, but they're from the Trondheim Museum in Norway (where they are still on display), near where they were originally recovered:

          I keep six honest serving-men (they taught me all I knew); Their names are What and Why and When and How and Where and Who.