+Grim Reaper 6 Posted January 27 #1 Share Posted January 27 Every day when Logan Pappenfort is at work, he tries not to dwell on what’s under his feet. Beneath the south wing of the museum where he’s interim director are the remains of at least 234 of his ancestors. For more than 800 years, they laid undisturbed, carefully buried inside a mound of earth overlooking a quiet valley and a slow river. Then in the 1920s, a chiropractor named Don Dickson dug open the mound, eventually exposing the remains of hundreds of Native Americans. He left them in place, and his family turned the excavation into a roadside attraction they called Dickson Mounds. They charged visitors 50 cents for admission. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/the-museum-built-on-native-american-burial-mounds/ar-AA16NLrP?cvid=32dfef62e06d40f5a22e5c7ddec0fc48 1 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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