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Revisiting The Bosnian Pyramid Scheme

Revisiting The Bosnian Pyramid Scheme
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In 2008, Discover profiled amateur archaeologist Sam Osmanagich, who
claimed to have discovered the oldest and largest pyramids in the world.
Located near the Bosnian city of Visoko and billed as “the most monumental
construction complex ever built on the face of the planet,” the pyramids
were allegedly made by a highly advanced civilization some 12,000 years
ago.


While Osmanagich had no evidence, he did gather worldwide media attention,
hundreds of volunteers aiding his excavation and legions of visitors to his
so-called “pyramid valley.” The Bosnian government was thrilled with the
boost in tourism and national pride, both welcome after the devastating
Bosnian war of 1992-95. Osmanagich was a national hero.


The only problem was that the experts didn’t believe him. In 2006, the
European Association of Archaeologists wrote an open letter to the Bosnian
government denouncing the pyramids as a “cruel hoax on an unsuspecting
public.”

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