Druid stones

a name given, in the south of England, to weatherworn, rough pillars of gray sandstone scattered over the chalk downs, but in other countries generally in the form of circles, or in detached pillars.

See also: Druid

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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AS a little boy, I used to wonder about some tall stone platforms that looked like ancient druid stones. I asked my dad what they were.
And if you've not got enough witchery and mischief in your life, then you'll be pleased to know, this week, more ancient burial sites and Druid stones were found at Stonehenge which has surprised a lot of people but really shouldn't be that surprising as Stonehenge is surround by acres of fields and old ancient sites.