Board Camp Crystal Mine
Is there Unexplained Extraterrestrial Activity in Board Camp Crystal Mine?
Sunday, August 27th, 2017, MJ of Pang Radio along with co-host Ken Storch invites Board Camp Crystal Mine owners Orville and Cheryl Murphy to share stories of unexplained activity in their Arkansas crystal mine, that some investigators have attributed to extraterrestrial influence. Seasoned researchers, including; MUFON’s SAT investigators and OUPT’s Dick and Marilyn Carlson, have reported some stunning findings to their investigations.
BOARD CAMP CRYSTAL MINE
Board Camp Campground LLC and Board Camp Crystal Mine is currently a DAY USE CAMP, with an actual NATIVE, VIRTUALLY UNTAPPED CRYSTAL MINE and PUBLIC DIG SITE, located in Polk County, Arkansas in the middle of the pristine Ouachita (Pronounced “wash-it-taw”) Mountains and Ouachita National Forest. The surface mine (not underground), is located on a forested gentle slope, so rock-hounds can DIG IN THE SHADE! The mine was discovered in 2008 and certified by the federal and state governments to be opened to the public in 2012. The surface is literally scattered with sparkly quartz crystals of various size and shapes! Everyone can find crystals to take home with them!
They are located about 10 miles East of Mena, Arkansas, and they are a 45 minute drive (36 miles) from Mt. Ida, Arkansas, the ‘crystal capital of the world’! – http://boardcampcrystalmine.com/home/index.php
What are People Witnessing in this Mine?
• Unexplained lights that seem to manifest from nowhere and then disappear.
• Game camera photos showing location of rocks that have moved position.
• Experimental rock levitation measurements.
• Steel fence post around the mine being magnetized.
• Round orbs and other forms of light, glowing rocks, and sparks in the woods from the mines’ roads, throughout.
• Large quartz rock appear to just drop from the sky and roll down the ravines.
Quartz Crystals & Crystal Mining in Arkansas
Arkansas is one of a small number of places in the world with enough quartz crystals to justify commercial mining. Though the amount of un-mined quartz in the state is not yet known, Arkansas does have, in terms of both size and quality, some world-class deposits of quartz. Quartz is a common mineral that becomes crystallized under extreme geologic pressure. These crystals have been used to make oscillators for radios, computer chips, and clocks. Quartz crystals are also valued for their beauty as mineral specimens and gemstones. In 1967, the General Assembly adopted the quartz crystal as the Arkansas State Mineral.
History of Quartz in Arkansas
A quartz arrowhead that is estimated to be over 11,000 years old was discovered at the Mount Blakely Dam site in Garland County. Before AD 1000, the Plum Bayou people built the Toltec Mounds in the Arkansas River Valley. They made arrowheads, scrapers, and knives out of clear quartz. The quartz was more difficult to work with than other available stones and may have served a ritual purpose. In 1541, Spanish explorers led by Hernando de Soto found that the Indians in the region that is now Arkansas were making arrowheads out of quartz crystal. Archaeologists have yet to discover prehistoric quartz mines, leading many to believe that the quartz used by these Indians was found on the surface. The Hunter-Dunbar journals (circa 1804) make reference to quartz crystals and other minerals from the Little Missouri River valley in what was certainly the Ouachita Mountains (pronounced Wash-a-taw). http://www.arkansas.com/places-to-go/lakes-rivers/river.aspx?id=8 In 1819, Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, the naturalist and explorer wrote, “One of the most noted localities of this mineral west of the Mississippi River is the Hot Springs of Ouachita in Arkansas Territory. At this place numerous pieces of quartz have been found, very pure and transparent, and beautifully crystallized….” – reference
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