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cigs4u

Russell Springs, KY

#1 Feb 13, 2008
i dont think there should be enough money to buy a place or to even get someone to build a house on a suppose to be a protected indian burial ground,all they are probably digging it up for is for the artifacts or anything like that they can find, and i hope whoever is building the house there i hope it is haunted so bad that they cant sleep at night. If that is an indian burial ground it suppose be their final resting place.they should be left alone and let them rest in peace. SOME PEOPLE MAKE ME SICK, MONEY CAN BUY ANYTHING FROM JUST ABOUT ANYBODY, MONEY IS THE ROOT TO ALL EVIL...THAT SHOULD BE AGAINST THE LAW TO DIG UP A BURIAL GROUND...and no i dont think the bones has been turned to dust, thats bull sh*t a bone is a bone look at the people that hunt dinosaur bones, that was thousands of years ago, they are still finding those bones and they were here before indians.
Knott Head

Jamestown, KY

#2 Feb 13, 2008
I agree with you,any road could be rerouted to avoid any such disturbance,and the same should go for building a house.To me it would be insane to even consider building on such a site.Why don't they just bust right through the Burkesville cemetery when they start the new road on 61,just doze the people up and shove them into a pile over out of the way and let it go.I wouldn't want to live on a site where a bunch of people were suppose to be resting in peace.
ns cenky

New Richmond, OH

#3 Feb 13, 2008
Just so you know, the love of money is the root of all evil.

It is obvious those that take money love it at least as much as the guy giving it to them...especially in selling out whatever.

You're right about bones: Calcium phosphate/carbonate complexes need <6 pH to dissolve. Unless someone has been pouring vinegar continuously over the burial ground, it is highly unlikely that they will be dust.

Dinosaur bones, for the record, are mineralized molds of bones from long past. They are largely compose of silicon oxide compounts that leach in and form during the eons of decay.

Thank you for bringing this up. I apologize if my corrections have caused offense in you...but I take it you're a man of wisdom. That means you feed off correction.

God Bless You.
no road

Columbia, KY

#4 Feb 14, 2008
not sure how so many thought this was a road project has nothing to do with a new, or reconstruction of the road, re read the origianl post........

if you go over you can see a tarp covering one of the sets of bones, we were hoping to buy some arrow heads if they will sell them
cigs4u

Russell Springs, KY

#5 Feb 14, 2008
yeah but if there are indian bones there that means it was an indian burial ground that needs to be left in peace. that was their final resting place, NOONE NEEDS TO DISTURB THEM.... that bull that someone would want to dig up a bunch of deceased indians bones just so they can build a house there or what ever they are building.. its pathetic and whoever dug it up and the person that paid to have it done needs to be punished for it. i thought that palce was protected...
good deals

Columbia, KY

#6 Feb 14, 2008
Has anyone heard how much they are going to sell the artifacts for we are coming through yur area this week end will they sell the stuff at the dig or in town thanks,,,,,
we will pay top $ for indian tools.
Those grounds or mounds should be loaded how did they get to dig it.
JJ Kidd

Centerville, TX

#7 Feb 14, 2008
What is the location of this site and who is involved? I'm in the dark on the subject.
Stop

Russell Springs, KY

#8 Feb 25, 2008
It is against FEDERAL LAW and State law to dig prehistoric archaeological sites even on private property Authorities should be notified as there are STIFF penalties for illegal digging.
look

Russell Springs, KY

#9 Feb 25, 2008
Stop wrote:
It is against FEDERAL LAW and State law to dig prehistoric archaeological sites even on private property Authorities should be notified as there are STIFF penalties for illegal digging.
See Federal Archaeological Processes Protection Act
anon

Russell Springs, KY

#10 Feb 25, 2008

Since: Jan 08

AOL

#12 Mar 1, 2008
cigs4u wrote:
yeah but if there are indian bones there that means it was an indian burial ground that needs to be left in peace. that was their final resting place, NOONE NEEDS TO DISTURB THEM.... that bull that someone would want to dig up a bunch of deceased indians bones just so they can build a house there or what ever they are building.. its pathetic and whoever dug it up and the person that paid to have it done needs to be punished for it. i thought that palce was protected...
Amen!!
gvsdysfyjhksjdh

United States

#13 Mar 25, 2008
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ed eliz ind

United States

#15 Mar 27, 2008
archaeological is the biggest predor
ed eliz ind

United States

#16 Mar 27, 2008
thay say we need to know how old it is why you never get any info or see whats found I know thay sell IT

Since: Mar 08

Centerville, TX

#17 Mar 31, 2008
where we live, we're supposed to be next to an indian burial site. (=
FarFromHome

AOL

#18 Apr 2, 2008
I'm pretty sure they dug up a whole cemetery and moved the occupants to another location when they were making Dale Hollow Lake. Oh yeah, Corps of Engineers! Duh! Wasn't a federal offense as long as it's the feds doing it.
You said it right

Elizabethtown, KY

#19 Apr 5, 2008
Where is this Indian burial ground located?
cigs4u wrote:
i dont think there should be enough money to buy a place or to even get someone to build a house on a suppose to be a protected indian burial ground,all they are probably digging it up for is for the artifacts or anything like that they can find, and i hope whoever is building the house there i hope it is haunted so bad that they cant sleep at night. If that is an indian burial ground it suppose be their final resting place.they should be left alone and let them rest in peace. SOME PEOPLE MAKE ME SICK, MONEY CAN BUY ANYTHING FROM JUST ABOUT ANYBODY, MONEY IS THE ROOT TO ALL EVIL...THAT SHOULD BE AGAINST THE LAW TO DIG UP A BURIAL GROUND...and no i dont think the bones has been turned to dust, thats bull sh*t a bone is a bone look at the people that hunt dinosaur bones, that was thousands of years ago, they are still finding those bones and they were here before indians.
cool breeze

Tell City, IN

#20 Apr 12, 2008
yea whers it located
auctions

Greenbrier, AR

#21 Apr 12, 2008
when you buy a piece of land in the usa you own it to do as you please.if you do not like the way people are going to use this land.you have the right to bid on it then you have control.this is how we do things here. i was at the sale where the supposed burial ground was sold.if you want to feel sorry for someone feel sorry for the poor sap who paid ten times what this land was worth,its o pile of river sediment that was removed so the landing could be used,nothing more.if i owned this property i would build my house,dig where i want and it would be none of your business.this is where a deed comes into play.if i have the deed ,i will do as i please.why worry about protecting native graves.after all we are the ones who filled most of them up while we were taking their country by force.
cool cat

Jamestown, KY

#22 Jul 16, 2008
people shoudn't dig up indian burial ground because it would disturb the finle resting place of the indians and the ccould hount that land

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