On April 5, 1909, the Arizona Gazette published an article detailing
the discovery of a “great underground citadel” located
in the Grand Canyon. The discovery was purportedly made by G.
E Kinkaid (or Kincaid as both spellings are used), while he was
traveling down the Colorado River.
The southwest is home to many ancient ruins from cultures such
as the Hopi, the Chumash and the Anasazi, but the city described
in the Gazette article is clearly different. The article states
that the race who once inhabited the cavern were of “oriental
origin, possibly from Egypt.”
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