I'd also recommend checking out the book "Backwoods Witchcraft: Conjure & Folk Magic from Appalachia" by Jake Richards for stories, folklore, and traditions from the people that moved into those ancient hills and valleys

@Crazypedia check out Hellier or even better the Penny Royal podcasts for just a few anecdotes about this fact :k_whoa:

@Crazypedia folklore and spooky stuff from Appalachia is off the wall. Huge fan of lumberjack lore

@Crazypedia Lots of Old Gods ofAppalachia vibes, I'm here for it.

@lienrag @logomancer
Yup! From Wikipedia

>data from Cassini suggest they are much younger, having most likely formed within the last 100 million years, and may thus be between 10 million and 100 million years old.

>The birth of the Appalachian ranges, some 480 million years ago, marks the first of several mountain-building plate collisions that culminated in the construction of the supercontinent Pangaea with the Appalachians near the center.

@lienrag @logomancer and for bones...

>bone initially evolved some 400-million years ago

@Crazypedia Here here!! I鈥檓 in love with those ancient mountains 馃槉 Always feel at home there

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