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Kensington Runestone still lures people in

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The fascination with the Kensington Runestone is, well, fascinating.

The famous piece of greywacke, unearthed by Swedish immigrant Olof Ohman at his farm near Kensington in 1898, has been the topic of a seemingly endless variety of books, scholarly essays, documentaries, presentations, research and debate.

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And now, as reported in the Alexandria Echo Press, it will hit the stage as a musical as part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival of Performing Arts.

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