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    Posted 2 years ago

    jerziG13
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    Found in NJ 8ft under ground.. I have no idea where or who it could have come from..
    This is my second time posting it.. I didn't have any luck on info last time.
    I'm hoping this go around is different. So, if theirs anyone that thinks they would know anything, please feel free to comment.

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    1. dav2no1 dav2no1, 2 years ago
      Cool pipe..and please explain..were you digging with an excavator?
    2. jerziG13, 2 years ago
      Yes, but then shovel too. when it was pulled out it was in a 6ft trench dug out by a excavator. but ,then it was dug out with a shovel. Im assuming it stayed in great shape because water never hit it.
    3. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 2 years ago
      Is it made of some sort of stone, then? (wood certainly wouldn't have survived, bone maybe...??) It is way cool no matter, I'm sorry I can't give any info on it!
      (that bit about a 6' trench made me havta think OTOH...I sure hope it wasn't somebody's prize possession when they were ... ummm ... "laid to rest" . . . ?
      <eeek><lol><eeek, again>
    4. jerziG13, 2 years ago
      Hahahahaha!! Geez!! I hope not!! lol My husband works on gas & water pipelines.. So, IDK.. I was kina leaning towards A Lenape tribe since it was Jersey. But may also a African from back in the day carve it maybe???

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