These ancient monuments came to be known as Star Stelae due to the misshapen star etched alongside other non-identified runes on their weathered surfaces. The semicircular pieces of dark stone stand 12 feet tall atop two of the three hills in the town. Nearly all residents
of Thrushmoor are aware of these two ancient monuments. Each Star Stela is mostly cylindrical, but the side of the stone facing the center of town has been ground down into a flat surface carved with enigmatic symbols.