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Echo Press photos by Celeste Beam While filming a documentary about the Kensington Runestone that will air this fall on The History Channel, actors Corey Okonek (standing), playing the role of Olaf Ohman, and Michael O'Loughlin, who played the role of a neighbor, examined a stone that was found wrapped in the roots of an aspen tree on Ohman's farm.

Documenting a 111-year-old mystery

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The Kensington Runestone is once again in the limelight.

This time, as part of a documentary set to air on The History Channel this fall.

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Andy and Maria Awes with Committee Films, which is based in the Twin Cities, along with a crew of about 30, spent the day at Kensington Runestone Park recently - filming the story of the Kensington Runestone.

Maria Awes provided a brief synopsis of the film, which states:

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