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Secrets of the Cloud People The discovery in the Amazon jungle of a cliff tomb containing 200 mummies has given new credence to legends about a lost civilisation -the Cloud People. The tomb is nearto an ancient jungle city, found and filmed by explorer Gene Savoy, which includes a massive fortress.
Savoy, a real-life Indiana Jones, reveals startling evidence that links these mummies to the ancient civilisations of the Middle East. Last in the series.
Producer Jan Klimkowski ; Series editor
Michael Mosley

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Producer: Jan Klimkowski
Editor: Michael Mosley

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