of the Dhamurian Society contacted Ken Blakemore, owner of the Gympie Pyramid Site in the
1970s and arranged an interview.
Ken was also present during the discovery of "The Gympie Ape" and advised us of the exact location where it was discovered on Dal Berry's farm across the road.
Ken offered to show us in person, the original location of the stone tablets, and the site of a mysterious "inlaid flat stone circle" some 30 feet in diameter.
We met Ken on site the following day, and he showed us where the stone walls
originally extended to. Many have disappeared with the clearing of the different blocks
that made up Ken's property, and a large amount destroyed when the railway was cut
Ken confirmed that in the 1970s the walls were much higher, and that they now appeared as if many of the top levels of masonry had been "tumbled down" by the expanding tree roots. He also confirmed that all of the walls on the eastern side of the ridge were now all gone. No tunnels or pits existed on the site when Ken owned it.
We would like to thank Ken for this valuable information, and his time and energy in
guiding us over the GP of the 1970s.
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