posted on Aug, 19 2005 @ 10:41 PM
Interesting. I cannot find any information regarding this Louis Caparat that the articles mention. A Google search on his name only brings up a few
articles, all talking about this alleged spacecraft/dead alien discovery. One would think, if he existed, and was truly an Egyptologist, there would
be some mention of him, besides this single story.
I did, however, find several stories relating to French expeditions to Giza in 1988, most citing the discovery of a new room(s) under the Pyramid of
Khufu, and that the expedition was shut down by Egyptian authorities shortly thereafter. None of the articles, however, mention Louis Caparat. The
only published discovery that could even be hinted at being similar to this claim, was that once a hole was bored through the 1 meter thick wall, the
chamber on the other side was found to contain a finely ground, mineral enriched sand, not local to the area.
(I know this is a site for a video game, but this
page presents research information that can be confirmed)
It's pretty obvious that something is hidden there, but there's really not enough information to really know what it might be. As long as the
Egyptian government continues to halt archaelogical projects (usually citing concern for the well-being of the structures), we'll probably never
truly know what is there. I honestly feel that this story is just a red herring, based solely in speculation.
[edit on 19-8-2005 by obsidian468]