Wattis, Utah Coal Mine
In 1953, miners at the Lion Coal Mine in Wattis, Utah were digging a new tunnel, and broke into an already existing system. The coal found in these tunnels was so old and weathered, it was useless for burning. Further exploration by Drs Wilson and Jennings from the University of Utah revealed not only the tunnels, but centralized rooms where coal was brought prior to being taken to the surface. The tunnels themselves averaged about 5-6′ high, (although there was one 8′ tunnel they followed for 8500 feet), and followed the coal seams in the same way as today. Yet none of the North American Indian tribes ever used coal. Who, then, were the miners?
 “Secrets of the Lost Races: New Discoveries of Advanced Technology in Ancient Civilizations“, Rene Noorbergen (2001)