Press Release, November 1998:
‘We have finally recorded every inscription inside the fine [sic] relieving chambers above the King’s Chamber of the Great Pyramid. . . . The inscription [sic] will be published on my website soon.’
No date on the next one, but we see from the PDF version following that it also dates to 1998:
‘We recently entered the five relieving chambers above the King's chamber in the Great Pyramid in an effort to begin a closer examination of the graffiti there.’
‘We recently explored the five relieving chambers above the King's Chamber in the Great Pyramid in order to examine more closely the graffiti there.’
If all was done and dusted by November 1998, what happened in 2001?
‘We also entered inside the Great Pyramid and the students visited the five relieving chambers above the King's Chamber.’
Results from Wayback Machine suggest that this turned up in 2001 also:
Again consulting the Wayback Machine, this goes back to 1998 again:
‘The ladder in this picture leads up to a set of chambers known as the “relieving chambers”. In a later installment of the CyberJourney new detailed pictures of the inside of these chambers will be added.’
It never happened.
Edited 2019-11-30 to add a “sic”.
Edited 2019-11-30 to add another “sic”.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 30-Nov-19 14:57 by Martin Stower.