When people think about Indiana, chances are they think of open, boring, flat land. But, strangely, there is a unique rock formation located in southern Indiana that is truly one-of-a-kind.

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To get to the rock, take Highway 50 west of Shoals past the Shoals Overlook Rest Park. About 200 yards downhill from the park is an unmarked pull-off from the highway. Park here, and venture into the woods. The rock is impossible to miss, tucked deep within the trees off the road.

Have you ever seen this crazy-cool wonder of geology? What was it like? Tell us about it in the comments!

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