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An explosion shakes Georgia Guidestones, “America’s Stonehenge”
STORY: Much of the structure was destroyed before dawn Wednesday when “unknown detonators detonated an explosive device,” the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) said on its Twitter feed. The collection of gray monoliths was erected in 1980 in the middle of a large field near the town of Elberton, Georgia, near Highway 77, and is listed as a tourist attraction by the travel site of the State and Elbert County Chamber of Commerce. The GBI said the Elbert County Sheriff’s Office, which joined it and other agencies investigating the incident, discovered the damage when its officers responded to the blast. by ABC affiliate WSB-TV shows one of the structure’s five monoliths crumbled into jagged pieces strewn across the floor, and a piece of the monument’s roof broken at a corn uh. A large number of investigators and their vehicles were visible at the scene, about 160.93 km east of the Georgian capital.