The Stones Cry Out–Update

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The Stones Cry Out–Update
The Stones Cry Out–Update

If you haven't read the "Evolution, The Stones Cry Out, Part 2 (Petrification)", article, then please read it at your leisure.

If you've already read it, please be advised that photos were added to it of the Chilean Petrified Miner Exhibited in 1901 (Found in 1899) to the Story concerning this find.

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