Is Chief Graylock’s face visible in a rock slide on Mount Greylock?

The Manchester Journal says that following a 1990 landslide the face of Chief Graylock can be seen on the eastern face of the mountain.

For years we have editorialized that the state and regional tourism officials have virtually ignored this massive impression of a Native American face, so clearly visible for miles around, when it should be heralded as an attraction rivaling or surpassing New Hampshire’s former “Old Man of the Mountain”…Some state officials have said they and others just don’t see the face in the landslide, which indicates either blindness or lack of imagination.

It offers this history of the Chief. Here’s the wikipedia article.
If you look hard enough maybe Greylock is a Redskins fan!

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