There are 2 of these stone formations, in direct alignment.
This stone is in alignment with the one above.
There is a small flat stone placed on the bottom right side, hidden within the ground cover, which appears like a turtle's head.
This stone is not far from the other two, in a pool of water.
A stone appears in solid form.
The appearing geometrical face on this stone, is symmetrical on both sides.
There are several other boulders with smaller stones beneath, not shown.
It has been said by many, these woods in the past were pillaged and filtered by visitors who collected an arrow each year while at camp, and there was an active archeological dig from a large and popular local museum, where artifacts were collected. One cultural commissioner shared, that there is a book in this museum, which talks about a settlement at Spring Pond. The museum today is not responding to requests, to see a list of the inventory collected from these woods. Back in May of 2010, I was told by someone in the state of Massachusetts to "stop (my) research"...perhaps because Massachusetts treats Native American sites like Area-51, to prevent looting? But the site from what I understand has already been looted, and if the people do not know about Native American sites, how can we stand to protect them? Discouraged by the state, I contacted the Department of Interior, National Park Service on Native American culture, sharing photos of other, more obvious stones... and then a man phoned from the department to encourage me to continue the battle to protect this site. And so the battle continues.