Bosnian Pyramid Update

I really did not have time to follow up on the whole case, but Alun has so check out his latest.... And you can always be up to date by following the postings on the APWR Central blog. I wish the whole thing was just an April's Fool joke, but unfortunately, it is just one's fool's joke that threatens to destroy some real archeological treasures in the region.

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Wow, words fail me! I always thought Troy was in Turkey. So has the rest of the archaeological community since it was first discovered. Imagine our chagrin to find we were wrong...

By afarensis, FCD (not verified) on 31 Mar 2007 #permalink

"but unfortunately, it is just one's fool's joke that threatens to destroy some real archeological treasures in the region"

Pseudo-Skeptic lies!

By aframbelo (not verified) on 01 Apr 2007 #permalink