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A mystery sculpture has appeared on the beach at Torcross. 

A mystery sculpture has appeared on Slapton Sands this morning. 

The beautiful collection of slate and stones, which has more than a passing resemblance to Stonehenge, was spotted this morning, Wednesday, 17 August. 

Since we can't find out anything about it, we are assuming this has been done by some very skilled visitors to the beach, rather than something official, but we thought everyone would like to see it. 

Or, of course, it could be artistic aliens. 

If you know anything about it, get in touch: 07904 048997 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

 

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Mystery stones
This features all very nice but arty attempts with the larger beach slates & rocks are just vandalism. They actually pose a danger to small breeds of dog (who usually try to urinate them), also a risk to small children. I always kick them down if I see them on my morning walks. I've seen the saddos who insist on building them and they are usually mid-life crisis divorcees with zero common sense or respect for local residents. There are better things to appreciate on the beach.
MJ
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