Size: 11 X 12 inches
Number of pages: 574
The Kensington Rune Stone: Compelling New Evidence
How often does one find a book which combines history, anthropology, geology, mystery, modern analytical method, and human emotion in a manner worthy of the best fiction? Let there be no mistake, this excellent publication presents a fascinating and compelling account of a Rune stone found in a rural area of Minnesota in 1898. The stone is believed by many to be a record from 1362 left by a Norse expedition, and this account presents every credible evidence supporting this belief. The stone record was left by visitors to Minnesota three centuries before other Europeans began to settle this continent. Read this account and enjoy the mystery, the investigation, and the revelation. You will not be disappointed.