put that in context:
> ‘. . . I forget which one at this very moment .
> . . I later found out that I WAS CORRECT, that
> there was indeed plaster on the ceilings AND in
> THAT particular chamber . . .’
> I take it her reference to "THAT particular chamber" is Campbell's Chamber, and she wasn't sure which roof beam she was touching, maybe she will post something to clarify.
> Note also this:
> ‘. . . I have video of my voice remarking that,
> “Hey, this is plaster on here…” Schoch said,
> “NO, it is granite.” . . .’
Well i think Schoch may be right if hes talking about that roof beam that's being highlighted in a photo that shows a big lump of plaster has broken off , revealing a similar look to the granite beam that Hawaas is crawling under.
> This was a ceiling which Schoch took to be
> granite. In Campbell’s Chamber, only the floor
> blocks are granite, which tends to suggest (to
> point out the obvious) that what Colette describes
> took place in one of the other chambers, which do
> have granite ceilings.
I still think she was referring to Campbell's chamber, i guess Colette will clarify.
Also one would not fairly
> infer from Colette finding plaster at one location
> that it was everywhere.
Yes its fair to say the plaster was not used throughout the chambers, as ive shown in my posted pics