...I have an interest in megalithic sites in Europe and am often intrigued by similarities between stone ruins there and stuff I come across here. I have attached some pictures I have taken in North Germany. There are lots of things in Germany similar to stonework here that I believe was built by Indians. You can find low ground piles that marked burials, cairns with hollows, stone chambers big and small, and propped boulders. I don't find any stone rows, prayer seats, split wedged boulders or other similar constructs. The biggest difference in Europe is the archaeology associated with these places. Excavations at these sites have yielded artifacts from different cultures in the Stone Age and Bronze Age. In addition to grave goods like pottery and finely worked flint tools, simple blades and other materials typical of habitation sites have been found. Without this archaeology, dating these European prehistoric sites would not have been possible.("Totenhaus Tesperhude")
One more batch of pictures from sites in Germany. I have also visited a number of sites made up of low earthen mounds. I believe that similar sites in New England would go completely unnoticed. The majority of megalithic sites I have seen in Germany were marked by signs visible from the road, even those on private property. Vandalism does not seem to be an issue at these places. Local people rake the leaves out from time to time. I wish we had a similar attitude towards archaeological sites.