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The UnMuseum: The Case of the Cottingley Fairies
He was very open to the idea of fairies and welcomed the photos as evidence ... Though some had suspected Mr. Wright of being in on the hoax, the girls deny ...
The UnMuseum - Minnesota Iceman
At about the same time a Hollywood special effects firm claimed that they had made the "Iceman" in 1967. Howard Ball, who made figures for Disneyland with ...
The UnMuseum - The Copper Scroll
The Mysterious Treasure of the Copper Scroll. Item Three: In the Great Cistern ... It was Milik's opinion that the treasure in the list was only imaginary. ...
Virtual Exploration Society - Colonel Percy Fawcett
Colonel Percy Harrison Fawcett was born in 1867 in Devon, England. ..... Return to Virtual Exploration Society. Copyright Lee Krystek 1998. ...
The UnMuseum - Easter Island
Many people have pondered the mystery of Easter Island. Erich von Daniken, the Swiss writer, insisted that extraterrestrials had constructed the statues (he ...
The UnMuseum - Crystals
Crystals often appear as strange and beautiful geometric shapes. Quartz, perhaps the most common of the mineral crystals, always grows as six-sided columns. ...
The UnMuseum - Crystals
The Greeks found beautiful quartz crystals in the Alps mountains and believed that they were a form of water frozen so hard that they would never thaw. ...
The UnMuseum - Eerie Crystal Skulls
All crystal is ancient and there are no good ways of guessing how long ago a skull shape was carved or polished out of the quartz. ...
The Seven Wonders - Hanging Gardens of Babylon
The ancient city of Babylon, under King Nebuchadnezzar II, .... Wherever the location of the gardens were, we can only wonder if Queen Amyitis was happy ...
The Seven Wonders - Hanging Gardens of Babylon
Interestingly enough, though, one of the city's most spectacular sites is not even mentioned by Herodotus: The Hanging Gardens of Babylon, one of the Seven ...
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