Located on the top of mountain, the guidestones consist of one upright standing, central stone slab in the middle and four standing slabs around it. The central slab has a horizontal stone on top of it, while the outer slabs have petroglyhps on both their front and back sides.
Behind the scenes
- The Mysterious Guidestones were created by Connor McCampbell.
- The Mysterious Guidestones match the real world Georgia Guidestones, a stone monument created in 1980 that functions as a durable compass, calendar, and clock. The slabs of the Georgia Guidestones provide ten principles written in eight different languages, often theorized to be instructions for rebuilding civilization after an apocalypse.
- Horse Creek Petroglyphs, other petroglyphs mentioned in Appalachia.