Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Grand Canyon Mummies: Validity to Initialized Name of Kincaid

As Dennis Guern and I continue our research into the Grand Canyon Mummies we came across something interesting. 

Here are the prior installments in this series - 
#1 LINK Background
#2 LINK Original Article
#3 LINK Others Attempts To Find the Giants' Cave
#4 LINK Google Earth Survey
#5 Link Grand Canyon Mummies Versus Death Valley Mummies
#6 Link Hopi Tale of the Ant People
#7 Link The Story of the Momia de la Cueva
#8 Link Validity of Initialized Names in that Era

It appears that around 1900-1930s, many researchers and explorers utilized their first initials. Many have scoffed at the Grand Canyon finds because of the initialized names of GE Kincaid and SA Jordan, but in official archaeological reports in the first half of the 1900s, other researchers utilized their first two initials as a "professional name." These two researchers from Lovelock Cave study did so - (LL Loud and MR Harrington) 

We consider this to be yet more proof of potential validity of such researcher/explorers being true to their time and not phony made-up names.

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