Lewis Wetzel Cave

Wheeling
WV 26003

Lewis Wetzel Cave

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Lewis Wetzel Cave
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Lewis Wetzel Cave is a historic geologic feature unique to the local history of Wheeling, West Virginia. Discovered by Lewis Wetzel in 1788, the cave was used by Native Americans during fighting along the frontier. The immediate area around the cave was the scene of several mysterious disappearances before Wetzel investigated the area and ambushed Native Warriors using the site as a base of operations.
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I had no idea the cave was that big. Does anyone know if any artifacts were found inside?

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I enjoy Ohio, W.Va and Kentucky history. Can the cave be accessed legally?
Thanks, Mike R. miker4732@yahoo.com

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I had no idea the cave was that big. Does anyone know if any artifacts were found inside?

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I enjoy Ohio, W.Va and Kentucky history. Can the cave be accessed legally?
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