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Published March 12, 2017

10 Most Haunted URBEX Spots In North Carolina  [Page 10]

Moon-eyed people and their structures

In the mountains of the Southern Appalachians, when out exploring, you will often come across the remains of ancient stone structures. Some come in the form of additions to natural rock formations, others are entirely man-made.

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Oral history passed down by generations of Native Americans tells that these structures were constructed by the super mysterious Moon-Eyed People. Their legend starts with the Cherokee, who reported these ‘people’ had extremely pale white skin and could not see in the daylight.

Being completely nocturnal and living in underground caves, the Cherokee named them the ‘moon-eyed’ people.

While these structures come in all different shapes and sizes, the most well known can be found at Fort Mountain park, just over the North Carolina state line. There you will find a 850 foot long stone wall that varies in height from two to six feet and stretches along the top of the ridge. This stone wall is though to have been constructed around 400 – 500 C.E.

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There has been modern day reports of various sightings of Moon-eyed people, typically by URBEX enthusiast, out exploring these stone foundations and walls.

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