Viking artifacts found

The hat was a dead giveaway.

The hat was a dead giveaway.

Hiding in plain site.

A groundbreaking archeological discovery in Tisbury has confirmed that Vikings were indeed the first non-native visitors to the Island. “The most amazing thing is that this long boat was hiding in plain sight for over a thousand years,” said archeologist Dr. Jacques Moureau. “Carbon dating and the inscription inside the helmet ‘Olaf DeBettencourt,’ sealed the deal,” he said.

(April Fools.)



Comments

  1. Samie says:

    BTW,

    Over 27 Massachusetts Immigration offices arrived on the first boat this morning in Vineyard Haven with the names of over 345 Illegal Aliens hiding out on the Vineyard. Information has been gathered for over 2-1/2 years from court records, news articles, hospital and welfare records, service employers, construction employers and under cover operatives. The island’s scanners have been totally jammed so information is spotty at the moment at best but at press time the entire State Forest has been surrounded!

    1. Samie says:

      “““`APRIL FOOLS“““

  2. goodlurch says:

    Not surprisingly, the Viking boat was made entirely out of linguini.

    1. Jamie Stringfellow Jamie Stringfellow says:

      good one!