While our host is basking in a well deserved vacation in our nation’s most adventurous state, I’ve resigned myself to my office to travel via Google Earth and Street View.
In taking my whirlwind tour of Hadrian’s Wall, with my virtual flyover I found a 21st century “artifact” of sorts upon a 2nd century artifact.
Google street view is known for sometimes featuring bizarre artifacts caused by software when merging photos or catching people by surprise, yet I have to hand it to Google for this latest glitch, a disembodied hand left by a previous hiker.
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> Hadrian’s Hand: Bizarre Google Street View Artifact Discovered on Hadrian’s Wall
I came here looking for evidence of time travel. Very disappointed. Won’t be fooled again.
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