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According to a recent write-up in "Strangemag.com":
"The Mitchell-Hedges Crystal Skull is a life-size artifact made of quartz crystal. It is certainly one of history's most unusual and controversial objects -- one whose beauty and mystery have captured the imaginations of both scholars and seers. The legends surrounding it are many, often overpowering the truth....
"The original instigator of amazing claims for this crystalline wonder was F.A. 'Mike' Mitchell-Hedges (1882-1959). Explorer, gambler, author, and soldier with Pancho Villa in the Mexican Revolution, the adventuresome Mitchell-Hedges was quite a character.... During a stay in Toronto in 1917, he adopted Anna Le Guillon-Mitchell-Hedges, a 10-year-old Canadian orphan.... Ten years later, Read the Full Story
With the passing of Anna Mitchell-Hedges at the age of 100 years in 2007, Anna's friend and confidant, Bill Homann -- somewhat of an "Indiana Jones" type himself -- became the official "keeper of the Skull"; tonight, with Bill's eye-witness testimony, we will explore some of the extraordinary myths and legends surrounding this remarkable quartz artifact ... including, the possible "torsion field technology" by which it works.
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Richard C. Hoagland