posted on Apr, 19 2009 @ 10:30 AM
There's a few mysterious tunnels in Egypt, some man-made and some natural. Near the fourth cataract of the Nile the river changed course (google
"Nile paleochannel" for images) Researchers have uncovered the ancient Nile river bed below ground and discovered portions of it have sunk since
being buried, leaving a tunnel that can actually be walked or crawled along. Not publicly accessible afaik. I'd love to read something more about
Then there's some man-made tunnels, not the usual tomb-related tunnels that are crawled over by Egyptology experts, but ones that I read lead from
underground cisterns located near the Giza plateau heading west, into the desert. The Nile is east of the plateau, so where were these leading to?