However as Steve Spillard, aka. aka. made this claim, I ask him for the Chapter and Page No. because I cannot find it. It is not in Chapter 9, and chapters 1-8 do not touch the area in question anywhere.
However, I hope he can substanciate his claim, or it must be marked down to the list of unsubstanciated claims like his " The Kariong Glyphs are a "Hoax" claim, Which appeared under his Name in Ëncyclopaedia of dubious Archaeology. A claim, that he since recanted from, so now the originator of that claim appears to be some nameless U.S. citizen.(Probably the C.I.A. or a Soviet Mole working for the C.I.A.)
Mind you, I have no problems with it, but it just does not make sense. Why would a nameless U.S. Citizen let someone else bask in the reflected Glory of his work?
So, over to you, Steve. Here you can prove to your readers, that your research is not invented. Just don't invent a certain page No.,
Because I have a Copy of the Book: W.D. Campbell" Aboriginal Carvings of Port Jackson and Broken Bay, Published in 1899 by the N.S.W.
Government Printer. And I will be double checking and not only me.
Hans-Dieter von Senff, Ph.D.
Edited by The Truth hurts, 05 April 2012 - 11:46 PM.