Someone is Testing my Sanity

So MrsZtp asked me to dig up these stepping stones that go from the front to the backyard. While digging them up I noticed a pattern; a circle then a square block. Thing is, there was massive gaps in the pattern. Long story short, they were buried in the dirt..

Shown here with all blocks discovered...unless there is a secret path somewhere.
Shown here with all blocks discovered...unless there is a secret path somewhere.
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Once I speculated the possibility of more blocks, I started stabbing the ground with the shovel until I heard a noise. This happened six times.

How does this even happen?!
How does this even happen?!
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Most of the hidden blocks were buried under a inch of dirt and grass. I have no idea how these got buried so deep and the others didn’t.

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It was these grouping of blocks that were mostly buried. We’ve lived at this house for over a year now, and we had no idea what was under the soil.

This one wasn’t buried completely, just a lot of growth.
This one wasn’t buried completely, just a lot of growth.
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And they had growth on it worst than this one. This one was easy to find because you could still see the stone.

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Overall there are 18 stones on the east side of the house; out of the original 12 that we knew about, I discovered 6 more, and only 1 was broken. Unfortunately, the other side of the house has a few stepping stones as well, and I wonder if any more are hidden over there too...

So far, outside, we’ve discovered an airsoft shotgun, a mirror with its glass shattered, many tarps covered by dirt, softball bats, padding for some sport, fishing poles, silverware, drinking cups, a steak knife, a badminton net, and that’s all I can think of at the top of my head.

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Does anyone else find weird stuff like this? Stuff that makes you question everything like ‘how’ and ‘why’?

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