Former Staff Archaeologist Jeffrey Fentress Helps Uncover Story Behind 'East Bay Mystery Walls'

Tuesday, September 04, 2018

KQED NEWS (SAN FRANCISCO) -- Another archaeologist, Jeff Fentress, went up into the Berkeley Hills with me to look at the same section of wall I visited with our question asker, Eric Haven.

Fentress, now retired from his position as a professor of archaeology at San Francisco State University, was raised nearby and said he’d been hearing stories about the walls since his boyhood.

“When I was growing up in Berkeley here, we were told the Lemurians built the walls, and the Lemurians were the inhabitants of the lost continent of Mu,” Fentress said.