North Carolina's very own Stonehenge, a mysterious stone spiral near Chapel Hill


Most people have heard of Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument of giant stones in England that have inspired wonder for generations. However, North Carolina has its own version of Stonehenge, a spiral of giant stones and slabs with symbols and poems inscribed on them. In fact, the origins of Stone Knoll are as inspiring as the spiral itself. (WRAL.com)

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North Carolina's very own Stonehenge, a mysterious stone spiral near Chapel Hill


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