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Does Mystery Find in Bee County, TX Show An Ancient Alien Influence?
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Published: 9:05 AM - 12-07-11

BEE COUNTY, TX (Kiii News) - A mystery in Beeville, where a nearly 50 year old search for answers has come up empty. And you can help the Bee County Historical Society identify what experts think could be a rare set of ancient artifacts.

The search for answers has been ongoing for 46 years, ever since the discovery was unearthed by a railroad crew, excavating the area between George West and Three Rivers. It was donated by one of a group of men who collected them. It appears to be made out of some kind of stone, sandstone maybe.

Some folks think it's Native American, others have theorized it's Viking. A newspaper article written back in 1965, and the letter to the museum that accompanied it refers to it as an Indian artifact, but over the years, no one has been to identify what it is, or what culture it's from. One thing is for sure, whatever it is is rare.

"I really believe in my heart that it's significant. Not only to this part of Texas, but to the United States and the world. Who knows? Dream big! I've never seen one like it and the only stone artifact heads that I know of are at Malaquite, Texas, and they are very different, very very different from this one," says Elizabeth Villines with the Bee County Historical Society.

If you know anything that might be able to help out the Historical Society, their phone number is 361-343-3119.

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Edited by: Brenda Booth
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