Mystery of the Sphinx

Charlton Heston Fritz Heede

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Emmy Award winning NBC Special hosted by Charlton Heston

Charlton Heston Fritz Heede

Presents the controversial findings of author/ Egyptologist John Anthony West that the Sphinx was eroded by water: in a region of the Sahara Desert that has been dry for 9,000 years. This observable geological fact means that The Great Sphinx must be at least 9,000 years old: TWICE AS OLD AS HISTORY TELLS US! Predating the Egyptian culture.

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The show becomes the highest rated news special in history when it aired.

Produced by Robert Watts

robert watts Charlton Heston Fritz HeedeRobert Watts is one of the most successful film producers in history. Famous for producing the Indiana Jones Trilogy, the Star Wars Trilogy, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice and Papillion. Fritz Heede and Robert Watts, Charlton Heston

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Music by Fritz Heede

Featuring Heather Douglas, soprano


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During the filming in Giza, John Anthony West’s team of seismologists, headed by Boston University’s Professor Robert Schoch, discovered a square cavity directly beneath one of the paws of the Sphinx.  According to the experts, it did not appear to be a natural formation. Underground readings with a seismograph have revealed the existence of passage ways that may lead to this chamber, but permission from the Egyptian Government to investigate has been denied, so far.

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The HALL OF RECORDS was described by the famous American psychic Edgar Cayce as a hidden chamber containing all the records of humanity’s history, including the Lost Continent of Atlantis. He said the entrance would be found under the paws of the Sphinx!  Could this be the Hall of Records of Atlantis?

Quest For The Secret Chamber

2 years later a second expedition is made to the Giza Plateau to locate and attempt to enter this cavity under the left paw of the Sphinx.


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