What do you do when you find a peace sign on the back of an old Tiki carving?
Most of us might assume that some kid from the 1970s likely carved it there as graffiti, but we are not urban archeologists like Corey and his friends. Corey, Brad, and Paul immediately considered the peace sign a pointer to something more substantial. And once they found the clue, there was an archaeological mystery to solve. I’d likely call it The Mystery of the Tiki and the Peace Sign if it were a Hardy Boys novel.
Read the rest of the story in Polynesiacs: Tiki at Home, page 164.
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