'I came across this huge stone in the Glenpatrick area while browsing around in the mist that frequently covers the heather covered mountainside there'.
The stone is a huge conglomerate which measures 2 metres in length. It is1.6m wide and 0.8m high. It slopes back slightly and has an space underneath of about 0.4 m in height at the front which gets lower towards the rear of the stone.
The question is, is it a naturally occurring rock that maybe was adapted for burial or could it possibly be an authentic place of entombment.
This item submitted by Pat Duggan - December 2012
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