- Dave- It will be hard to track it down. Lou was fascinated with Mystery Hill. I was there several times and always found something new. z In aMessage 1 of 5 , Jul 2, 2010View SourceDave- It will be hard to track it down. Lou was fascinated with Mystery Hill. I was there several times and always found something new.zIn a message dated 7/1/2010 9:09:17 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, dave@... writes:
Winkler and Bob Stone published a preliminary paper on the Mystery Hill
work that as far as I know, was only sold at Mystery Hill - 16 pages,
half of which was charts and maps. I don't know if/where any archived
In fact, I'm not sure if I even have a copy.
Lake Worth, FL
> Dear Dave- Thank YOU. I knew he was working on Mystery Hill. Before
> he died he was working on a paper on the star or comet at the time of
> Jesus. He had submitted a paper for peer review to an astronomy journal.
> He was a delightful person and his death was so unexpected.