Are the recently discovered pyramids in Bosnia a hoax? Archeologists are speaking out against the discoveries by in the Bosnian town of Visoko by Russian businessman Semir Osmanagic. But he sticks by his discoveries.
In LiveScience.com, Heather Whipps quotes Anthony Harding, president of the European Association of Archaeologists, as saying, "Clearly there are voids or something similar in the rock, but that is a long way from saying these are man-made."
However, recent experience has shown us that conventionally-trained archeologists can be much too conservative. This has certainly been the case in Egypt, which is why we need the fresh eyes of someone like William Henry, whose two-part Dreamland interviews about his recent trip there will begin on Friday, May 12.
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