Cave Containing Records in Sanpete County Described 

It seems every week there is another claim of records of native peoples being found. This one comes from a man who says he is a descendant of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce and he was recruited by his relatives to take responsibility for records that had been handed down. 

He says he was taken to a mountain in Sanpete County in Utah where they lowered him into a cave. When he got to the bottom, he described a large hallway that ended at a pair of doors with carvings on them. 

Opening the doors he said the room was filled with what looked like lumps of bark. Opening them up, he found small metal plates the size of a postage stamp. What he describes next enters the supernatural as he was able to read them with the help of an ancestral guide. 

Where are the Records Now? 

The man whose name is Phil, but has the native name Cloudpiler, which is an awesome name, tells his story on the podcast. He claims where the records were was unsafe and that thieves had broken in and stolen some. 

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He says he moved the record with the help of a band of Utes to a secure location in eastern Utah. In the video he shows a copy of what he saw on the plates. He says he sits on a council that oversees the records and they are continue to work on the translation. 

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