B.C. Day Special: 50 fun facts about our fascinating...

August 3, 2014 9:57 PM

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B.C. Day Special: 50 fun facts about our fascinating...

CHIMACUM, Wash. - Graffiti expressing affection for someone named Miranda has marred one of the most sacred sites for an American Indian tribe in Washington state.

Jamestown S'Klallam officials learned last month of the pink and white painting of "I (heart) Miranda" on the towering Tamanowas Rock northwest of Seattle. The 43-million-year-old monolith has been used for millennia by Salish Native Americans for hunting, refuge and spiritual renewal rituals.

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