As far as Burrows Cave goes, I have to admit that I'm not optimistic. In fact, I did check out both areas circled on Harry's map. The problem is that even though I couldn't find an entrance, it was so overgrown I could have walked right over it. I am also skeptical about the artifacts, some I know for sure are fakes. There could very well be some that are real, but the fakes have polluted the whole collection in my opinion. Those fans who are interested in reading more about these other fakes should check out my latest book, Akhenaten to the Founding Fathers: The Mysteries of the Hooked X.
The biggest problem with Burrows Cave is Russell Burrows. Based on the factual evidence we have so far, the Isis Stone being a 100% fake casts a long dark shadow over Russell's claim. Russell says he cares about history, but if he really did he would have taken skeptical academics to the site and shut them up. But it appears he is planning to take his secret to the grave leaving historians with no other choice but to conclude it was all a hoax. A man with honor would have come forward long ago.
In other news
Don't miss this great blog post by Norman Byrd
"And who knows? Scott Wolter could be correct. There could have been several cultural incursions into the Americas that pre-date the landing of Columbus. Besides, Native Americans still take exception to the story that Christopher Columbus "discovered" America -- when millions of Americans were already here when he arrived."
Here's the link to Norman's blog post.
Scott, Heather and Jerry prepare to take off for Grand Canyon
Heather lands her chopper next to the rim of the Grand Canyon as Colin Thrienen films the action.
Colin Thrienen chuckles while Harry and Scott clown with the artifacts.
Committee Film's crew in Steve's field where some believe Burrow's Cave lies hidden.