Places I want to see: Stonehenge
By Faye Hazel
November 21, 2017 11:46am CST
Places I want to see: Stonehenge version I cannot begin to say why the monolith of Stonehenge fascinates me, but it does. It feels like someplace where I would "Belong" if that makes sense? It also amazes me how facts like these gets lost in history. At one time people knew what purpose it served. Now it's a mystery. Additionally from what I can tell, the countryside in the area is wonderful. Nova video about Stonehenge:
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• Worcester, England
I have never been to stonehenge For the majority of my life I lived in gloucestershire which borders wiltshire where stonehenge is. I now live in worcester which is in the county of worcestershire and only 80 miles from stonehenge.
• El Paso, Texas
I too am fascinated with it but I think the Romans and early Christians are responsible for the loss of it's history. It's the same as with the American Indians, so much of their culture and history was obliterated by arrogant Europeans.
• United States
@FayeHazel Yes, its really cool! Hidden for thousands of years... more info at a quick site:
Underground images show a large complex of monuments and buildings used in rituals dating back thousands of years.
I am interested in this place but only because people said the place might have been created or built many years ago for some witchcraft purposes. And that if you come at a certain time of the day or night (perhaps a full moon night is better), you might see something interesting (which might result in some goosebumps!)... Fancy that! Can you run fast if you see something awful there?