Loveritas: Secondly, Scott Creighton alluded in the marketing blurb that HE HAD HARD EVIDENCE. Potential readers were persuaded to fork over their hard earned cash to pore over a report of a chemical analysis of the cartouche and, as well, view high quality photographs of it.
"alluded in the marketing blurb that HE HAD HARD EVIDENCE".
Well let's see. If "surveys, facsimile drawings and Vyse's private field notes" (see above) are not classed as "HARD EVIDENCE" then I don't know what is. And through subsequent analysis of those particular items of "HARD EVIDENCE" (and several other items of evidence - photos, Vyse's published account etc), HOAX points to numerous anomalies within those items of evidence; anomalies that, collectively, permits us to question the official narrative as presented by Colonel Vyse in his published account.
That is what HOAX does.
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