Skepticism in Walker, Minnesota
Minnesota's state archaeologist is questioning the authenticity of "stone tools" found in Walker, Minnesota early this year. WCCO reported in January that what looked like man made tools could possibly be evidence that people lived in Minesota 13,000 to 15,000 years ago.
After running several tests, Scott Anfinson, the state's archaeologist, said that none of the stones appear to be man-made.
Anfinson's report states that , Minnesota was a "very uninviting environment" during the Late Glacial age, making it unlikely there was human life present.