Monday, October 01, 2007

Archeological Discovery in Ohio River Causes Debate
It’s like a discovery channel special, a living history lesson and a heated border war all rolled into one. A recent river recovery of an eight ton treasure was followed by angry claims of archeological thievery.

This sandstone scratching is far from another face in the crowd. After years of planning and weeks of effort, a Portsmouth, Ohio Volunteer Recovery Team pulled the prehistoric, legendary Indian’s Head Rock off the mighty Ohio River’s bottom.

“It was tough to get straps around it,” recovery team diver Dave Vetter said.

View the video of the story instead, as the transcript kinda sucks.