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In the 1970s the sceptical magazine Fortean Times claimed a man had faked an archaeological artefact which had supposedly been discovered in Nepal. The famous Lolladoff Plate is meant to be nearly nine-thousand years old. And shows a disc-shaped craft with a small alien-type creature standing beside it. This controversial item is either a fake or one of the most obvious warnings from the past that aliens have visited the Himalayas. Chris Everard, Secret Space II
25th April 2015: Nepal – in just seconds the devastating earthquake kills more than 8,500 people, leaving countless more homeless. On Mount Everest the quake unleashes a massive avalanche. Terror on Everest: Surviving the Nepal Earthquake, Channel 4 2015
The birthplace of Buddha and home to hundreds of Hindu temples and cultural treasures. ibid.
Child Labour is a global issue. Across the world there’s an estimated 218 million kids working. Stacey Dooley Investigates: Kids for Sale s1e1: Nepal
Nepal: where tens of thousands of kids are forced to leave their families, often as young as eight or nine years old, to go and work in factories. ibid.
There’s five young children working here … He’s working fourteen hours and day and he’s sleeping on the floor. ibid.