The Dancers
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The Dancers are a group of eight roughly-hewn stone figures standing about 50 miles upriver from Hollowhill and probably dating back to the ancient Henge Culture. Each stone figure stands about 15 feet tall and has a rather disturbing expression which most observers are glad have been weathered by the millennia since they have been erected. The figures seem to dance around a central point, and archaeological excavations have confirmed that the site was used for human sacrifices. As many of the bones indicate that the victim was in some way crippled or deformed, it is likely that it was primarily the ill and handicapped who were sacrificed here, presumably to keep the local tribes healthy.

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