Lovelock Cave Nevada. A Giant Handprint Gets Destroyed

This photo of a giant handprint exceeding 18″ on a wall in Lovelock Cave Nevada taken in June of 2013, is compared to the same wall taken in November of 2013. Someone has entered the cave and destroyed the handprint for everyone that has an interest in such things in our ancient past. It is hard to believe that someone would stoop to doing such a low class thing. Don Monroe and I discovered this handprint and our excitement about publishing the photos was met with this dastardly deed and the tragic loss of the print…permanently removed from the rock wall. Whoever did this was sick.

Notice that the soot on the upper right was missed by the vandals and it was used to align the before and after photos. Click on the image to enlarge.

Notice that the soot on the upper right was missed by the vandals and it was used to align the before and after photos. Click on the image to enlarge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

One thought on “Lovelock Cave Nevada. A Giant Handprint Gets Destroyed

  1. It seems there are a lot of people who are only too pleased to deny or destroy what is literally in front of their eyes but contradicts their ideas. I have been told that there is a great deal of interesting Sumerian and Babylonian material in our British Museum but it has been left untouched for decades because of what it might reveal. It predates Genesis by a good margin, for example, but has the instructions for building an ark, Dr.Irving Finkel went ahead and did it…..

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/10594317/Channel-4-to-build-Babylonian-Ark.html

    By the way, MK, keep up the excellent and interesting work!!!
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