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Stonehenge Secrets


Have scientists solved historic site's mystery?


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You know, one of the world's oldest mysteries may have just gotten closer to being solved. There's a new finding at the Stonehenge. And Fox News' Amy Kellogg has more from London. Amy, have you solved something special?

 

Well, on a lighter note, Steve, Bright and Gretchen. We have some different news this morning here from England.

 

It is an iconic symbol, one of the most mysterious, probably and contemplated in the entire world. That in fact, some of its secrets may have been unlocked through the discovery of more stones and bones at Stonehenge. There was a dig around the inner two circles. The first dig in 50 years and now, expert team of archaeologists and professors believe that it was actually a healing center, an Iron Age Lord's place of pilgrimage. In what led them to determine this, we've just listened to about an hour and half of explanations, so I'm really gonna try to break it down.

 

But basically that part of Stonehenge, the inner two circles, made of blue stones which over the centuries has been believed to have healing qualities, are 300 years younger than what they originally thought. So from 2300 BC and that corresponds with that fits in nicely with discoveries over years that were made of skeletons of people who clearly had some sort of ailment. So putting the two together, this team now believes that the Stonehenge really was a healing center; a place where people went to try to get better and also, another thing they found there was that people tried to take bits of the stone away.

 

So in their latest dig, they saw that these blue stones in the inner two rings had been chipped away in such a way as to lead them to believe that people tried to take some of the stone with them. Now this doesn't discount the fact that there still may have been other usages of Stonehenge, including a just a burial site, some sort of winter solstice, summer solstice celebration place.

 

But in the meantime, the latest is that scientists now believe that it really,  its primary purpose at that particular time, 2300 BC, was as a healing center. We don't know exactly what the qualities of that blue stone is, but apparently to this date, some people still believe that it's very very powerful. Back to you guys.

 

Hey, Amy, could you work on the Loch Ness monster. If we got this really bigfoot then we are just about done.

 

Alright, Amy, we thank you very much for that live report.

 

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You know, one of the world oldest mysteries remain just gotten closer to being solved. There's a new founding at the Stonehenge. Fox News Amy / has more from London. Amy, have you solved something special?

 

Well, I'm a lighter know, Steve, Brad and /. We have some different news this morning here from England.

 

It is an iconic symbol when the most mysterious, probably in / in the entire world. And if fact, some of the secrets may have been unlocked through the discovery of more stones and bones at Stonehenge, there was a dig around the inner two circle. For first dig and 50 years and now, expert team of archaeologists and professors believe that it was actually a healing center, /, a place of pilgrimage in what let them to determine this that we've just listen to about an hour and half explanations I'm really trying to break it down.

 

But basically that part of Stonehenge, the inner two circles, made of blue stones which over the centuries has been believed to have healing qualities, are 300 years younger than what they were originally thought. So from 2300 BC and that / that / nicely with discoveries over years that were made of skeletons of people who clearly had sort of ailment. So putting the two together, this team now believes that the Stonehenge really was a healing center, a place for people went to try to get better and also, another thing they found there was that people tried to take bits of the stone away.

 

So in their latest dig, they saw that these blue stones in the inner two rings had been chipped away in such a way as to lead them to believe that people try to take some of the stone with them. Now this doesn't discount the fact that they still made the other usages of Stonehenge, including a just burial site, some sort of winter /, summer /, celebration place.

 

But in the meantime, the latest is that scientists now believe that its primary purpose at a particular time, 2300 BC, was as a healing center. We don't know exactly what the quality of that blue stones is, but apparently to this date, some people still believe that it's very very powerful. Back to you guys.

 

Hey, Amy, could you work at the / month too. We got / when they are just about done.

 

Alright, Amy, we thank you very much for that lovely report.

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You know, one of the world's oldest mysteries may have just gotten closer to being solved. There's a new founding at the Stonehenge. Fox News Amy Catalog has more from London. Amy, have you solved something special?

 

Well, I'm a latter know, Steve, Branning Grantion. We have some different news this morning here from England.

 

It is an iconic symbol when it's the most mysterious, probably in concentrated in the entire world. And if fact, some of the secrets may have been unlocked through the discovery of more stones and bones at Stonehenge, there was a dig around the inner two circles. For first dig and 50 years and now, expert team of archaeologists and professors believe that it was actually a healing center,an Iron Age, Lords, a place of pilgrimage in what let them to determine this and we've just listened to about an hour and half explanations, so I'm really gonna try to break it down.

 

But basically that part of Stonehenge, the inner two circles, made of blue stones which over the centuries has been believed to have healing qualities, are 300 years younger than what they / originally thought. So from 2300 BC and that corresponds with that sits nicely with discoveries over years that were made of skeletons of people who clearly had sort of ailment. So putting the two together, this team now believes that the Stonehenge really was a healing center, a place for people went to try to get better and also, another thing they found there was that people tried to take bits of the stone away.

 

So in their latest dig, they saw that these blue stones in the inner two rings had been tripped away in such a way as to lead them to believe that people try to take some of the stone with them. Now this doesn't discount the fact that they still made the other usages of Stonehenge, including a just burial site, some sort of winter softness, summer softness, celebration place.

 

But in the meantime, the latest is that scientists now believe that its primary purpose at a particular time, 2300 BC, was as a healing center. We don't know exactly what the quality of that blue stone is, but apparently to this date, some people still believe that it's very very powerful. Back to you guys.

 

Hey, Amy, could you work at the luckiest monster too. We've got some very big foots that were just about fun.

 

Alright, Amy, we thank you very much for that lovely report.

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You know, one of the world's oldest mysteries may have just gotten closer to being solved. There's a new founding at the Stonehenge. Fox News Amy Kellogg has more from London. Amy, have you solved something special?

 

Well, I'm a lighter know, Steve, Bright and Gretchen. We have some different news this morning here from England.

 

It is an iconic symbol, one of the most mysterious, probably in contemplated in the entire world. In fact, some of the secrets may have been unlocked through the discovery of more stones and bones at Stonehenge. There was a dig around the inner two circles. For first dig in 50 years and now, expert team of archaeologists and professors believe that it was actually a healing center, an Iron Age, Lords, a place of pilgrimage in what let them to determine this that we've just listened to about an hour and half of explanations, so I'm really gonna try to break it down.

 

But basically that part of Stonehenge, the inner two circles, made of blue stones which over the centuries has been believed to have healing qualities, are 300 years younger than what they were originally thought. So from 2300 BC and that corresponds with that fits in nicely with discoveries over years that were made of skeletons of people who clearly had sort of ailment. So putting the two together, this team now believes that the Stonehenge really was a healing center; a place for people went to try to get better and also, another thing they found there was that people tried to take bits of the stone away.

 

So in their latest dig, they saw that these blue stones in the inner two rings had been chipped away in such a way as to lead them to believe that people tried to take some of the stone with them. Now this doesn't discount the fact that they still made the other usages of Stonehenge, including a just burial site, some sort of winter solstice, summer solstice celebration place.

 

But in the meantime, the latest is that scientists now believe that its primary purpose at the particular time, 2300 BC, was as a healing center. We don't know exactly what the quality of that blue stone is, but apparently to this date, some people still believe that it's very very powerful. Back to you guys.

 

Hey, Amy, could you work at the lockless monster too. We've got ? the really big foot then we are just about done.

 

Alright, Amy, we thank you very much for that lovely report.

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You know, one of the world's oldest mysteries may have just gotten closer to being solved. There's a new finding at the Stonehenge. And Fox News' Amy Kellogg has more from London. Amy, have you solved something special?

 

Well, on a lighter note, Steve, Bright and Gretchen. We have some different news this morning here from England.

 

It is an iconic symbol, one of the most mysterious, probably and contemplated in the entire world. That in fact, some of its secrets may have been unlocked through the discovery of more stones and bones at Stonehenge. There was a dig around the inner two circles. The first dig in 50 years and now, expert team of archaeologists and professors believe that it was actually a healing center, in Iron Age, Lords, a place of pilgrimage in what led them to determine this and we've just listened to about an hour and half of explanations, so I'm really gonna try to break it down.

 

But basically that part of Stonehenge, the inner two circles, made of blue stones which over the centuries has been believed to have healing qualities, are 300 years younger than what they / originally thought. So from 2300 BC and that corresponds with that fits in nicely with discoveries over years that were made of skeletons of people who clearly had some sort of ailment. So putting the two together, this team now believes that the Stonehenge really was a healing center; a place where people went to try to get better and also, another thing they found there was that people tried to take bits of the stone away.

 

So in their latest dig, they saw that these blue stones in the inner two rings had been chipped away in such a way as to lead them to believe that people tried to take some of the stone with them. Now this doesn't discount the fact that there still may have been other usages of Stonehenge, including a just a burial site, some sort of winter solstice, summer solstice celebration place.

 

But in the meantime, the latest is that scientists now believe that it really,  its primary purpose at that particular time, 2300 BC, was as a healing center. We don't know exactly what the qualities of that blue stone is, but apparently to this date, some people still believe that it's very very powerful. Back to you guys.

 

Hey, Amy, could you work on the Loch Ness monster /If we got it exactly and bigfoot then we are just about done.

 

Alright, Amy, we thank you very much for that live report.

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You know,one of the world's oldest mysteries may have just gotten closer to being solved. There's a new finding at the Stonghenge.Fox New's Amy Kellogg has more from London.Amy,have you solved something special?

 

 

Well,on a lighter notes,Steve, Bright and Gretchen.We have some different news this morning here from England.It is an iconic symbol,one of the most mysterious,probably and comtemplated in the entire world.In fact,some of the secrets may have been unlocked through the discovery of more stones and bones and stonehenges.There was a,a dig around the inner two circles,the first dig in fifty years.And now expert team of archeologists and professors believe that it was actually a healing center,in Iron Age,Lords,a place of pilgrimage in what London to determine this and we've just listened to about an hour and a half of explanations and we've tried to break it down.

 

 

 

But basically,that part of stonehenge,the inner two circles made of blue stone which over the centuries have been believed to have healing qualities,are 300 years younger than what they originally thought.So from 2300 B.C. and that corresponds with that fits in nicely with discoveries over years that were made of skeletons of people who clearly had some sort of elements.So putting the two together,this team now believes that the Stonehenge really was a healing center, a place where people went to try to get better and also another thing they found there was that people tried to take bits of the stones away.

 

 

 

So in their latest dig,they saw that these blue stones in the inner two rings had been chipped away in such a way as to lead them to believe that people tried to take some of  the stones with them.Now this doesn't discount the fact that they are still may have been some other usages of Stonehenge,including a just a burial site,some sort of winter solstice,summer solstice,celebration,plays.

 

 

 

But,in the meantime,the latest is that scientists now believe that it really, its primary purpose at that particular time,2300 B.C.,was as a healing center.We don't know exactly what the quality of that blue stone is.But apprantly to this day,some people still believe that it's a very very powerful. Back to you guys.

 

 

Hey,Amy,could you work on** this monster?We've got this,a very bigfoot then we are just about done.

 

All right,Amy.We thank you vey much for that live report.(Yeah!)

 

 

 

 

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You know, one of the world's oldest mysteries may have just gotten closer to being solved. There's a new finding at the Stonehenge. And Fox News' Amy Kellogg has more from London. Amy, have you solved something special?

 

Well, on a lighter note, Steve, Bright and Gretchen. We have some different news this morning here from England.

 

It is an iconic symbol, one of the most mysterious, probably and contemplated in the entire world. That in fact, some of its secrets may have been unlocked through the discovery of more stones and bones at Stonehenge. There was a dig around the inner two circles. The first dig in 50 years and now, expert team of archaeologists and professors believe that it was actually a healing center, in Iron Age, Lords, a place of pilgrimage in what led them to determine this and we've just listened to about an hour and half of explanations, so I'm really gonna try to break it down.

 

But basically that part of Stonehenge, the inner two circles, made of blue stones which over the centuries has been believed to have healing qualities, are 300 years younger than what they / originally thought. So from 2300 BC and that corresponds with that fits in nicely with discoveries over years that were made of skeletons of people who clearly had some sort of ailment. So putting the two together, this team now believes that the Stonehenge really was a healing center; a place where people went to try to get better and also, another thing they found there was that people tried to take bits of the stone away.

 

So in their latest dig, they saw that these blue stones in the inner two rings had been chipped away in such a way as to lead them to believe that people tried to take some of the stone with them. Now this doesn't discount the fact that there still may have been other usages of Stonehenge, including a just a burial site, some sort of winter solstice, summer solstice celebration place.

 

But in the meantime, the latest is that scientists now believe that it really,  its primary purpose at that particular time, 2300 BC, was as a healing center. We don't know exactly what the qualities of that blue stone is, but apparently to this date, some people still believe that it's very very powerful. Back to you guys.

 

Hey, Amy, could you work on the Loch Ness monster /. If we got this really Bigfoot then we are just about done.

 

Alright, Amy, we thank you very much for that live report.

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You know, one of the world's oldest mysteries may have just gotten closer to being solved. There's a new finding at the Stonehenge. And Fox News' Amy Kellogg has more from London. Amy, have you solved something special?

 

 Well, on a lighter note, Steve, Bright and Gretchen. We have some different news this morning here from England. It is an iconic symbol, one of the most mysterious, probably and contemplated in the entire world. That in fact, some of its secrets may have been unlocked through the discovery of more stones and bones at Stonehenge. T

 

here was a dig around the inner two circles. The first dig in 50 years and now, expert team of archaeologists and professors believe that it was actually a healing center, in Iron Age, Lords, a place of pilgrimage in what led them to determine this and we've just listened to about an hour and half of explanations, so I'm really gonna try to break it down.

 

But basically that part of Stonehenge, the inner two circles, made of blue stones which over the centuries has been believed to have healing qualities, are 300 years younger than what they were originally thought. So from 2300 BC and that corresponds with that fits in nicely with discoveries over years that were made of skeletons of people who clearly had some sort of ailment. So putting the two together, this team now believes that the Stonehenge really was a healing center; a place where people went to try to get better and also, another thing they found there was that people tried to take bits of the stone away. So in their latest dig, they saw that these blue stones in the inner two rings had been chipped away in such a way as to lead them to believe that people tried to take some of the stone with them.

 

 Now this doesn't discount the fact that there still may have been other usages of Stonehenge, including a just a burial site, some sort of winter solstice, summer solstice celebration place. But in the meantime, the latest is that scientists now believe that it really, its primary purpose at that particular time, 2300 BC, was as a healing center. We don't know exactly what the qualities of that blue stone is, but apparently to this date, some people still believe that it's very very powerful. Back to you guys.

 

Hey, Amy, could you work on the Loch Ness monster /. If we got this really Bigfoot then we are just about done. Alright, Amy, we thank you very much for that live report.

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You know, one of the world's oldest mysteries may have just gotten closer to being solved. There's a new finding at the Stonehenge. And Fox News' Amy Kellogg has more from London. Amy, have you solved something special?

 

 Well, on a lighter note, Steve, Bright and Gretchen. We have some different news this morning here from England. It is an iconic symbol, one of the most mysterious, probably and contemplated in the entire world. And in fact, some of its secrets may have been unlocked through the discovery of more stones and bones at Stonehenge. There was a dig around the inner two circles. The first dig in 50 years and now, expert team of archaeologists and professors believe that it was actually a healing center. In Iron Age, Lords, a place of pilgrimage in what led them to determine this and we've just listened to about an hour and half of explanations, so I'm really gonna try to break it down.

 

But basically that part of Stonehenge, the inner two circles, made of blue stones which over the centuries has been believed to have healing qualities, are 300 years younger than what they were originally thought. So from 2300 BC and that corresponds with that fits in nicely with discoveries over years that were made of skeletons of people who clearly had some sort of ailment. So putting the two together, this team now believes that the Stonehenge really was a healing center; a place where people went to try to get better and also, another thing they found there was that people tried to take bits of the stone away. So in their latest dig, they saw that these blue stones in the inner two rings had been chipped away in such a way as to lead them to believe that people tried to take some of the stone with them.

 

 Now this doesn't discount the fact that there still may have been other usages of Stonehenge, including a just a burial site, some sort of winter solstice, summer solstice celebration place. But in the meantime, the latest is that scientists now believe that it really, its primary purpose at that particular time, 2300 BC, was as a healing center. We don't know exactly what the qualities of that blue stone is, but apparently to this date, some people still believe that it's very very powerful. Back to you guys.

 

Hey, Amy, could you work on the Loch Ness monster. If we got this really Bigfoot then we are just about done. Alright, Amy, we thank you very much for that live report.

 

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