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Reged: 04/16/13

Loc: Troms, Norway
Re: I don`t know new [Re: Thorkill]
      #6150370 - 10/21/13 06:28 PM

I am not that much wiser, but a neighbour said the mountain behind here where bombed during WWII, and in the early 70`s Norwegian Army detonated some of the WWII bombs wich was found still armed.

I sent picture of the initial topic stone to a museum where the guy immediatly said it was burned schist, wich makes sense if the stone been close to detonatin place. I aint saying it is burned schist, but is is clearly burned, and it smells like burned gunpowder or New years eve firecrackers.

The bigger iron piece is now polished much smoother on bottom surface. I want to try the acid test on it sometimes, but i dont know when. And i dont know how, so it wont be done in the near future i guess. The ironpiece smells almost exactly like the topic stone.

Think i must finish with say thanks to all who looked and read this thread. And sorry for me speaking so much, and so many dumb/wrong questions and thoughts.


Edited by Thorkill (10/21/13 06:37 PM)

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Reged: 04/16/13

Loc: Troms, Norway
Re: Back on the rock new [Re: 1965healy]
      #6150395 - 10/21/13 06:44 PM


I'll move it for you.

Thanks! (Better late than never?)

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