I thought it would be helpful to move it to a separate thread. M1
Nessie. wrote:Whatever you feel about the Polish and Staffordshire Uni digs at TII, there is no denying they found human remains in various states of decomposition, human bones from whole to pieces and ash.
Then other finds have been tiles and bricks which matched what witnesses said the original chamber was made out of.
These are remains not buried with any kind of respect or in marked graves. They are mixed in with the sand and as C S-C states in a BBC article they appear on top of the ground especially after it has rained. They also found pieces of bone which were charred.
The Staffordshire Uni gpr survey also found various pits under the ground. They also found sand containing a fossil that is on top of remains, which shows it came later as the site was covered up.
So unless your debunk is someone nipped in one night, buried that lot and more and then the archaeologists came back and dug it back up, what they found corroborates the witnesses.