5 comments on “Thunderstones are go!

  1. I really enjoyed reading this and will pass it on to my friends. It just shows you what good comes from communicating with other archaeologists & historians!

  2. I am in possession of a rare thunderstone found in the Caribbean. Let me know if you are interested.

  3. I’d be grateful if you could send me a photograph. It’s making think of another potential blog post involving the discovery of a Caribbean stone axe in West Yorkshire about the time of the 1st World War and the writer was seriously suggesting this was evidence of a Transatlantic axe trade.

    • I will….The story is my father found it in the forties after a thunderstorm and something fell to earth. The next day he and his brothers (all deceased now) went digging at the crash site and found it. It’s about 2 1/2 inches long and in incredible shape. It’s been in the family since it was found and was recently given to me by my mother who is now in her late eighties.

      Thanks rama

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