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Bayers Lake Mystery Walls | by nsca
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Bayers Lake Mystery Walls

Built along the edge of a small cliff. No one knows their origin or age. Archeologists here are stumped, lots of theories ranging from Henry Sinclair and Knights Templar in 12th century to 1749 workings to Pre Columbian but no proof or records of it anywhere. To the northeast and up on the bedrock is a five sided structure. Directly behind this wall to the east and up over the hill are stone steps leading to the bedrock top. At the foot of the stairs is a small enclosure. The most remarkable thing is that all this is is hidden within one of busiest spots in Halifax. I've put all these pictures in a set.

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Taken on November 18, 2007