From: returntonow.com / by Sara Burrows
A Colorado landowner was inspired to return his land to Native Americans three years after purchasing it and being “haunted” by the “spirits” of its “rightful owners”/guardians.
When artist and plumber Rich Snyder purchased a few acres of land on Wild Horse Mesa in 2015, he had know idea what he’d find there.
He was just looking for inexpensive land to get off grid, build a homestead, and free himself from civilized life.
He found that and more.
On his hikes around the land, he began to find artifacts of a people that had lived there for thousands of years – strange arrangements of stones forming fireplaces and chimneys along the hillside, a stone ax, and a rock table he believes was used for slaughtering animals.
“I started wondering — who owns this land?” he said. “Whose land was this?” Snyder told the Denver Post.