In 2010 Caroline Sturdy Colls performed an archaeological dig at Treblinka I and II. I have already refuted her claim that the discovery of some tiles in Treblinka II confirms the existence of homicidal gas chambers. You can read that article here. To summarize that article, Treblinka II is where the alleged extermination camp was. When Colls performed her archaeological dig in Treblinka II she did not seek to confirm that there are remains of the 900,000 Jews that were said to have been murdered there. Instead, she went looking for the alleged gas chamber where she found some tiles.
Today I will be focusing on her discovery of ‘mass graves’ in Treblinka I as reported by Ynetnews. Treblinka I was a labor camp. Because Colls found three previously unknown ‘mass graves’ she concluded that Treblinka I was more than just a labor camp.
No where in the Ynetnews article does it bring up or answer two important questions. 1. Where was the digging done? And, 2. How many bodies were found in the mass graves?
To answer these questions we can go to Eric Hunt’s documentary, The Treblinka Archaeology Hoax. At mark 11:33 is is revealed that Colls decided to look for mass graves in a known cemetery south of the Treblinka I camp. Instead of looking for evidence for the remains of 900,000 alleged murders in Treblinka II she went poking around cemetery with marked gravesites. I guess I can’t blame her. If you want to find some bones a graveyard is a good place to look. As Hunt points out, Colls had to get permission from Poland’s chief Rabbi to dig in Treblinka II, but when it came to those buried in the cemetery there was no problem with disturbing their final resting place.
At mark 13:24 the narrator of the documentary that Hunt is critiquing talks about how three trenches were excavated. Note that these trenches are inside of a cemetery and that those well defined lines on the image below are walking paths for the cemetery. After 40 bones were discovered Colls decided to stop digging because they had found enough evidence. Note that the average adult body contains 206 bones.
As Hunt says, “Emotional manucaption, not science. That’s how they got you to believe in the official story.” The findings of Colls and her team are a big nothing burger when it comes to forensic proof of German preputated genocide during WW2. But when it comes to fodder for the Holocaust propaganda machine, Colls’ work is a goldmine. Fact is that bones in a graveyard do not indicate anything sinister was going on. There’s not even any way to know if the bones found were from people that were murdered or even if they died during the Nazi era. I just have to wonder if Colls is a good actress or if she’s actually high on her own supply.
Even though Eric Hunt has left the revisionist scene there is no denying that his documentary thoroughly dismantles the claims about Treblinka made by Colls and the Holocaust promoters. I strongly recommend that you watch it because my article only scratches the surface of the lies and deceit.