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Under The Carpet Part 2 of Skeletons in the Cupboard Series

Gary Green
Published on 02 Oct 2022 / In News & Politics

⁣Documentary 2015: Length 58:16

The ancient history of New Zealand goes back much further that is commonly believed. We explore the evidence and the possibilities of who and when people first arrived.

Part 2 discusses how history has been modified and archaeological records destroyed to hide information from New Zealand’s people.


TRILOGY 1) The Redheads: An exploration of New Zealand’s earliest inhabitants leads to the shock exposure of suppression of vital history and destruction of artifacts, documents and skeletons.

TRILOGY 2) Under the Carpet: The quest for the earliest inhabitants of New Zealand continues with Gabi Plumm’s search under the layers of lava, volcanic ash, sand and embargoes to discover the truth about discarded history, destroyed archaeological records and hidden data that show just how much information is being kept from New Zealand’s people.

TRILOGY 3) Cousins Across the Sea: The ancient legend of Hookumu Ka Lani, Hookumu Ka Honua, buried for centuries in the Bishop Museum in Honolulu, exposes the surprise origins of the Hawaiian and the Eastern Polynesian people. Are the scientific papers that insist on inhabitation from 1840 AD wrong? Were there people living on the Hawaiian Islands as long ago as 12,000 years, and if so where did they come from?

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