In 1903, the only known scientific expedition to the interior of the Earth took place. The man who financed and organized this unusual enterprise was a wealthy entrepreneur with a bizarrely big name – Sir Henry Francis Bartholomew Ignacio Stevens III.
Sir Henry Francis Bartholomew Ignacio Stevens III was a famous American billionaire and philanthropist who sponsored many different ventures by the early 20th century. He was delirious and dreamed all his life to visit the center of the Earth.
According to Sir Henry, intelligent life is teeming inside our earth. Armed with clues from science fiction writers, Sir Henry assembled a formidable expedition in 1903 that vanished into the Mammoth Cave region of Kentucky without a trace. It was there, according to the participants of the fantastic adventure, that one of the passages to the center of our world exists.
In 1973, cavers found an old photo album in the Mammoth Caves, which probably belonged to one of the members of the missing expedition of Sir Henry Francis Bartholomew. The controversial material immediately received the highest classification of secrecy. However, even today these mysterious dungeons pictures have become public for some unknown reason.
Is our earth really hollow and there is a huge and wonderful world inside where people, humanoids, fabulous creatures live and everything is ruled by amazing technologies based on the laws of nature that we have not yet discovered. There are more questions than answers.
His team consisted of scientists, biologists, geologists, experienced trackers and photographers. They chose the Mammoth Caves in Kentucky as the place of their entry into the Earth. And not casually. Mammoth caves are the longest system of karst caves on our planet, where speleologists still open regularly new tunnels and underground passages.
They followed to the center of the earth on a special map, which was contained in the mystical novel “Etidorpa, or the End of the Earth” by the US writer John Uri Lloyd. This map showed hidden passages that had not yet been marked by any person. The expedition members, at their own peril and risk, decided to check the veracity of the guiding marks from a science fiction novel and did not fail.
They still hit the center of the Earth but unfortunately, no one else heard anything about them. The expedition of Sir Henry Francis Bartholomew disappeared without a trace in the endless cave systems of Kentucky.
And only in 1973, when speleologists began to map the Mammoth cave tunnels in detail, the remains of several members of the mysterious expedition of 1903 were discovered. One of the dead was apparently a photographer. His skeleton was clutching a battered photo album, in which these unique photographs of incredible life, flora and fauna were found under our earth.
For some time, these photographs were kept in the US National Archives under the heading “secret”, but more recently they have become public. To this day, there are disputes about these mysterious photographs. They clearly show flora, fauna, people, gnomes, humanoids, UFOs, humanoid monsters and outlandish animals that live inside our planet. Is this really so, who knows, but these pictures are really amazing.
What do you think? Does the underworld exist?