High in the mountains of BayanKara-Ula, on the boarders of China and Tibet - a team of archeologists were
conducting a very detailed routine survey of a series of interlinked caves. Their interests had been excited by the
discovery of lines of neatly arranged graves which contained the skeletons of what must have been a strange race of
human beings; strange because they had unnaturally spindly bodies and large, over-developed heads.
At first, it had been thought that the caves had been the home of a hitherto unkown species of ape.
But as the leader of the team - the Chinese archeologist, Professor Chi Pu Tei - pointed out, "Who ever heard of
apes burying each other?"
Phot taken by Dr. Karyl Robin-Evans during his 1947 expedition
Shows the Dzopa ruling couple Hueypah-La (4 ft. tall) and Veez-La (3 ft. 4 in. tall).
"What the Stones Reveal
The Dropa disks tell the story of a space probe from a distant planet that crash-landed in the Baian-Kara-Ula
mountains of the Himalayas.
The occupants of the spacecraft - the Dropa - found refuge in the caves of the mountains. Despite their peaceful
intentions, the Dropa were misunderstood by members of the Ham tribe who were occupying neighboring caves
and who hunted down the aliens and even killed some of them."