Construction Worker Digs Up Mind-Blowing Key to the Prehistoric Era

When Shawn Funk was working at his normal construction job, he wasn't expecting to uncover anything unusual—that is, until his crane his a big rock. What followed that initial bump in the road would not only just change Shawn's life but also all of human history, forever...

Shawn Funk

Shawn Funk wasn't expecting much from another day on his job site. At the time, he was employed by and working for the energy company Suncor. He and the rest of the construction crew were working inside of the Millennium Mine. This mine is found only about 17 miles north of Alberta, Canada's Fort McMurray. Shawn was working on the backhoe when his life would change forever...


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