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The journal reports the group has been found living in an isolated area of Maine not far from Popham Beach, site of one of the first English settlements in America in 1607. That Maine settlement, a twin to Jamestown in Virginia, was abandoned, and traces of it lost.
Now, 400 years later, people who may be heirs to that Lost Colony have been found. They speak a dialect believed to be a variant of Old English, and stranger still, in a possible vestige of their years in the wilderness, they have antlers.
Instances of people with antlers actually growing from their heads, while not entirely uncommon, have tended to be isolated and have fed speculation over a lost tribe of people akin to the Melungeons of Appalachia.
This is the first time an entirecommunity of antlered people has been recorded.