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                                                                                                  Jonathan Gray


“The man was turned to glass? How?”


 “Don’t know. But I got out fast!”


Hamilton was back in Calcutta. He sounded like someone gone crazy. But his trader friends had no reason to doubt his story. They knew him to be a man of integrity – and as sane as any of them.


It was the 19th century.  The explorer-hunter H.J. Hamilton was in the forest areas between the Indian mountains of Rajmahal and the Ganges.


Hamilton received a substantial shock when he entered a low-domed building.


But it’s better if I let him tell you direct, just as it happened:


“Suddenly the ground gave way under my feet with a curious noise. I got into a safe place and then widened the hole, which had appeared, with my rifle-butt and lowered myself into it.


“I was in a long and narrow corridor which got its light from the space where the dome had split.


“At the bottom I saw a kind of table and chair, made of the same ‘crystal’ as the walls. An odd shape was crouching on the seat, with vaguely human features. Looking at it from close by, I thought it might be a statue damaged in the course of time.


“But then I glanced at something which filled me with horror: under the ‘glass’ which covered that ‘statue’ a skeleton could clearly be seen!”


Well, what do you think of that?


You know, there are many things in this odd world which we may never fathom.


Anyway, there it all was…


Walls, furniture, people – melted, then crystallized.


From research I have undertaken, it appears that no natural burning flame could have produced a heat intense enough to cause this phenomenon. I’m no expert in such things, but there are experts who claim that only the heat released through atomic energy could have done this damage.


I ask you, could this be telling the same story as those ancient radioactive skeletons uncovered in some Indus Valley ruins?


There’s a whole chapter on this subject in my controversial new e-book Dead Men’s Secrets – discovering ancient technology and lost secrets. This is set to shake the foundations of mainstream archaeology.


       For another look at the fast facts on it : click here


International explorer, archaeologist and author Jonathan Gray has traveled the world to gather data on ancient mysteries. He has penetrated some largely unexplored areas, including parts of the Amazon headwaters. The author has also led expeditions to the bottom of the sea and to remote mountain and desert regions of the world. He lectures internationally.

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