The Last Home of Eleanor Dare and the Great Temple of the Sun Goddess

It is one of the worst archaeological coverups in American history. The famous archaeologist, Robert Wauchope, found the tomb and the home site of Roanoke Colony survivor, Eleanor Dare. in Georgia’s Nacoochee Valley. The tomb was marked by two stone tablets . . . one in Elizabethan English, the other in the Creek writing system, which absolutely no one knew about in 1939. To silence him, the State of North Carolina offered Wauchope a job, paying twice as much as his position at the University of Georgia, with the conditions that he leave Georgia immediately mid-semester and that he keep silent about his discoveries. He eventually published a 600+ page book in 1966 that casually mentioned the discoveries, but no one noticed!

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