Kensington runestone linked to finding in Maine

Two authors suggest that the case for the Kensington runestone found in 1898 on a farm near Kensington is bolstered by a newly found "historical connection" to another stone found in Maine several decades later. Many Kensington locals believe their runestone proves that Vikings were in Minnesota long before Christopher Columbus ever sailed, although a number of experts believe the 200-pound slab is a hoax.
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Two authors suggest that the case for the Kensington runestone found in 1898 on a farm near Kensington is bolstered by a newly found "historical connection" to another stone found in Maine several decades later. Many Kensington locals believe their runestone proves that Vikings were in Minnesota long before Christopher Columbus ever sailed, although a number of experts believe the 200-pound slab is a hoax.

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