|16 April 2007
Non-conventional hunt for Cumbrian stone circles
A cambridge historian is to use divining rods to locate forgotten stone circles. Paul Daw is visiting Cumbria (England) this month to use the controversial rods - believed by some to help locate 'earth energies' - to try to plot the exact position of the stone circles. He said: "My main purpose will be to try to obtain verification that the three stone circles I believe I have found on Bleaberry Haws are in fact stone circles." Prof John Waterhouse from Anglia Ruskin University, author of The Stone Circles of Cumbria, is also going to look at the site.
Source: Cambridge Evening News (16 April 2007)
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