Right are pictured two artifacts extracted from a controversial site in Illinois called Burrows Cave. A large quantity of epigraphic material has been found there, and it certainly doesn't seem to be fare digestible by mainstream archeologists. The artifacts are somewhat reminiscent of the Davenport, Iowa, and Wilmington, Ohio, tablets, both of which are also of doubtful authenticity.
(Anonymous; Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Epigraphic Society, Occasional News letter, no. 2, May 1, 1989.)
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