London Hammer, Texas

London Hammer, Texas






Mystery Type: Artefact

Mystery Name: London Hammer, Texas

Latitude: 30.677791

Longitude: -99.576815

Country: United States

Place Name: London, Texas

Approved: Yes

Description:

The London Hammer (also known as the “”London Artifact””) is a name given to a hammer made of iron and wood that was found in London, Texas in 1936. Part of the hammer is embedded in a limy rock concretion, leading to it being regarded by some as an anomalous artifact, asking how an obviously man-made tool could come to be encased in a 400 million year old rock.

Unsolved Mysteries:
When has it been built?, Who built it?

Proven Facts: Manmade artefact in bedrock

Type: Metal

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Reinhard Habeck Dinge die es nicht geben dürfte https://www.amazon.de/Dinge-nicht-geben-d%C3%BCrfte-Museumsst%C3%BCcke/dp/3800073447/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&linkCode=ll1&tag=wwwdanikencom-21&linkId=d4c1144c1015077fb59cd7a7ab384abf


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http://paleo.cc/paluxy/hammer.htm

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This mystery has been reported by Lobcor on 02/03/2018

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