Indianola Petrified Man

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The Indianola Petrified Man was an alleged petrified man that was claimed to have been washed up in the vicinity of Indianola, Texas during the Indianola Hurricane of mid-September 1875, an event that left the town virtually obliterated and left some 300 dead. The man was reported to be measured at 7 ft. (2.13 m.) in length, described as having a "countenance of an Egyptian cast" and that the body had gold ornaments embedded in it, one of which was claimed to feature "three indistinct representations of pyramids." No further information has been found regarding the claims at this time.

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