Join Date: Jun 2015
Location: Roswell New Mexico
It's supposedly buried somewhere in NM. Somewhere that is now WSMR. San Andres Mountains.
This is what it said. If it will not come up for you.
Previous studies have suggested typhus, smallpox and measles as possible causes of the massive Aztec demise. In 2002, researchers at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in Mexico City proposed that a viral hemorrhagic fever, combined with drought, killed millions of Aztecs.Feb 22, 2017
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