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    Posted January 1, 2014 by
    BenPassini

    Inka Tresure

     

    We may be much closer to find the lost Inka Treasure then ever. Recently I (Benjamin Passini a independent film Maker) put together a unofficial expedition to document a site that had not been registers by authorities yet. After hearing about a pyramid shape ruin that was buried in the jungle of Ecuador in Russia Today website that a friend had email me, I was very interested in the subject and started  doing a lot of research on this site and realized it hadn't been properly documented by anybody, not even it's exact location. So after not been able to sleep all night I decided to put together a 12 man expedition to locate and document this incredible find after 48 hr of having read the article that sparked my attention we were on our way to a place that experts are NOW saying could very well be the last resting place of Atahulpa, the last Inkan Emperor killed by the Spanish  Conquistador Francisco Pizarro after demanding a huge ransom of gold and silver. 

    Anyways I have hours of footage that I would love to show the world of this incredible expedition, and I thought maybe CNN  would be interested in co-producing a documentary on the subject. Te is of the essence because the government is gonna shut the site very soon until they properly dig and investigate what it is.

    So let me know if you're interested. Thanks for your time.

    Ben

     

     

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