Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Woman Digs Up Ancient Relic In Backyard, Then Looks Closer And Sees It Moving.

Relic From The Past

Relic From The Past

Honest To Paws

She was shocked to find something this incredible in her backyard. Finding relics buried on her property was not out of the ordinary. But this one drew her in. But what was it? She asked herself. When she flipped it over, she suddenly realized that it wasn’t an object or a relic. She felt chills run down her body. She needed help before it was too late.

The Historic Town

The Historic Town

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The historic market town of Bishop’s Stortford, England, was quaint. It was once a Roman settlement. Then, a new Saxon community took over the land. The town became an evacuation center for many Britons. So shockingly enough, tons of ancient relics popped up in this village from time to time. She owned a huge piece of land near the town, but she never could have imagined that there was simply so much waiting to be uncovered underneath.

Born And Bred

Born And Bred

Herts Hogline / Facebook

49-year-old Lynne Garner is a nature enthusiast. She is particularly fond of the countryside, and was raised in Bishop’s Stortford. So, she promised herself she would always remain close to the town she was born in. She knew this place like the back of her hand, and over time, she became a non-profit organization’s founder. But none of her experiences had prepared her for what she stumbled onto that day.

Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Herts Hogline was the name of the organization, and it was her pride and joy. The non-profit organization’s mission statement was to look after forest animals and release them into the English countryside. These majestic animals were part of the country’s natural heritage. But a campaign was launched to turn one of these creatures into the town’s national animal. And yet, everyone was surprised when a woman brought in what appeared to be an ancient relic.

Animals In Distress

Animals In Distress

According to studies, the animal population in the forest had dropped dramatically. So, Garner knew she had to do something. So, she nursed and returned all the animals under her care back into the forest. When that wasn’t possible, her organization would find a place where the disabled animal could live a peaceful life. But her heart broke when she saw how dire the situation truly was for these creatures.

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