It's not being reported as such, but the monument at the Tippecanoe, Indiana battlefield (as in "Tippecanoe and Tyler too" fame) has been defaced with anti-Masonic grafitti.
Lafayette's WLFI is reporting:
Graffiti was spray painted on the Monument at the Tippecanoe Battlefield late Wednesday night or early Thursday morning. Phrases such as "Tecumsehs Not Dead," "Justice Will Be Served" and "Give Back Our Spiritual Capitol" were spray painted on the Monument. Wednesday was the anniversary of the Battle of Tippecanoe, which took place in 1811. Battlefield Park Manager Kathy Moore is not sure if the date had anything to do with the vandalism.
"It possibly could since they stated Tecumsehs Not Dead, but really I have not idea. It could just be a coincidence," Moore said.
Moore said she does not know what the graffiti means, but she is upset that it happened.
In addition to what was reported, both a square and compasses and an all-seeing eye were both painted on with the universal circle-slash "no" symbol over them. Hopefully, the graffiti will be gone for Sunday's annual commemoration ceremony.
The Battle of Tippecanoe was fought on November 7th, 1811 between the US Army commanded by General William Henry Harrison and a band of Shawnees led by the brother of Tecumseh. 75 were killed during the battle.