Monument 5

interim report

updated 2 Feb 1997
this page undergoing continuous change

Physical characteristics


This is the fifth in the five known chain. It is the smallest. Its physical location is on the height of land and is not in any well traveled area.
The dimensions are 5 feet tall, 18 inches east/west, and 36 inches north/south at the base.
Magnetic field indications show a 3 gauss (north) maximum reading orented to 200 degrees magnetic (normal for the area).
Using the "L-Rods" no "ley-enegry" or water was detected any where at the site.
In the following pictures the Monument was photographed in the background to help show what the view would be from the marker stone stacks . In some of the pictures you will notice a black arrow that points to that monument to improve visability. MONUMENT 5 PIC
This is a picture taken from the south. The subject in the picture is four feet nine inches tall (without hat).
This monument is surrounded by a large number of "rock stacks" that appear not the be natural formations.
MONUMENT 5 pile 4
These two stacks were located at the extreme edge to the north of the small plateau at the top. They are in line with the monument and seperated by 16 feet. The most northly is 100 feet from the monument on a magnetic heading of 224 degrees .

MONUMENT 5 pile 5 MONUMENT 5 pile 5
This stack is located at the easter edge of the small plateau at the top. It is built is such a way that the northern edge of it points to the monument. It is 88 feet from the monument on a magnetic heading of 277 degrees .
MONUMENT 5 pile 1
MONUMENT 5 pile 1
This stack is located at the south easter edge of the small plateau at the top. It is built is such a way that one of the long stones is stacked to point at the monument. It is 87 feet from the monument on a magnetic heading of 348 degrees .
MONUMENT 5 pile 2
MONUMENT 5 pile 2
This stack is located at the western edge of the small plateau at the top. The prominent stone is standing (but tipped) and appears to be placed in a socket. It is 48 feet from the monument on a magnetic heading of 154 degrees .
MONUMENT 5 pile 3
MONUMENT 5 pile 3
This stack is located at the western edge of the small plateau at the top. It is built in a circle with what appears to be a standing stone in the middle. The standing stone is not standing at this time and may of been pushed over by natural conditions. The standing stone did not have a socket. It is 65 feet from the monument on a magnetic heading of 180 degrees.
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