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The Lost Pyramids of Rock Lake: Wisconsin's Sunken Civilization by Frank Joseph (1992-06-01)

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  • By James S. Dodds on May 14, 2006

    This is the story of the discovery, loss, and subsequent rediscovery of a series of prehistoric underwater stone structures in a Wisconsin Lake. By his own admission the author took time from writing a book about Atlantis in order to write this one, and the tales he spins and conclusions he draws here are every bit as fanciful, although the writing is, on the surface, so dispassionate that you wouldn't suspect such. Still, the history of the pyramids is exciting and interesting, and his subsequent international sleuthing to find the ultimate source of this strange civilization is also great fun, although highly dubious both from the standpoint of archaeology and history. But who cares? We had fun reading Eric Van Daniken and did learn a lot from him, even if we don't want to admit it. The smooth writing pulls you along on this adventure, so enjoy the ride. Just approach it all - even the details - with skepticism.

  • By A customer on March 5, 1999

    Joseph's book is interesting, but only as a piece of fantasy. His jumps in logic are enormous and difficult to believe as a serious work of science. Certainly, there are more intelligent and reasonable explanations for pyramids in Rock Lake, that could be answered by scientific investigation. Linking civilizations of the New World with the Canary Islands and Egypt are yet another attempt to trivialize the important and complex communities that have existed in North America for centuries. This book definately has entertainment value, but that is all it has to offer and should not be taken for more.

  • By Adam on November 19, 2014

    Frank Joseph draws some pretty ridiculous conclusions here, as usual. But compared to his later books, his conclusions and assumptions here are pretty tame. I grew up near Rock Lake so its a lot of fun to read these theories and to try to pick out the facts from Joseph's wandering thoughts and things he pulled out of New Age and/or UFO books. The truth behind Rock Lake is pretty fascinating, Maybe someday an academic will write about Rock Lake, but until then, Frank Joseph's quirky book is still the best source of information on the lake.

  • By [email protected] on February 23, 1999

    Ancient Civilizations are a mystery almost as deep as the mystery of what tomorrow will bring, and almost as deep as Rock Lake. In this narrative the Author takes you scuba diving in search of ruins in the heart of America. From pyramid builders to Ancient Mariners hoarding copper, this book answers many questions but leaves the reader dangling by the thin thread that ties us to an unknown past.

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