...I think you have to make up your own minds about it. 'Ben' claims to have discovered the 'tomb' back in 1999. I met him in 2006. Over four years on and I have spent months trying to get him to allow an excavation with the DRAC, and he has always delayed, obfuscated and pulled out at the last moment. I think that speaks volumes.
Hello Bruce and thank you for participating.
A while back I did an analysis of the tomb pictures we have been shown. These are two versions before the 'wrecked one' that came later.
We are told that the pictures were taken through a narrow kinked hole with no direct line of sight into the tomb. Thus the only possible views are from a narrow field of vision with little possibility of waggling the camera about. It can go up and down and turn around, but not fly around the room.
Here are two pictures. The top one I have had to massively distort to obtain anything like the same view as the bottom one - the cameras were nowhere near each other and cannot be the result of simply one shot being higher than the other - we'd see a more or less zoomed in picture, perhaps rotated, but the view angle should be roughly the same.
Disregarding the impossible camera angle - it seems that almost every prop in the room has changed in some way. Not just moved about, they are totally different, in size, scale, position and quantity. The shrouds over the bodies don't match at all.
What about the film footage? We see Ben looking into the hole, which we've been told you cannot actually see through and is half gunked up with urethane foam. He's saying 'bloody hell' etc., to a blank hole. If he'd been looking to the video monitor on the ledge to his side, where he could see what the camera sees, it would be far more plausible. I think you got played here Bruce.
I showed the pictures to a lady who does set design for films and theatre and is an expert at making and painting sets to match previous scenes. She just laughed. There is no possibility in her mind that we can be seeing two pictures of same thing. At least one of them must be a fake. If one is fake it makes us doubt the other one too.