Here, for the first time exposed, is a fifty-plus year coverup which affects not only the Plains crash, but has ramifications for the Roswell crash and investigation. In this chapter Art Campbell discusses a specific party of archaeologists that he believes Barnett saw at the crash site. A great deal of research has been undertaken on this 1947 graduate student, HERBERT DICK, who led the stratographic survey on the SE side of the Plains at a location known as Bat Cave from July 1 to about July 15. There is considerable Paleo-Indian material found by Dick's 1947 and 1948 parties. These include projective points, pottery fragments, basket material, and maize, a discovery for which Dick became famous. There is also some research on some friction Dick had with another archaeology student who competed for a dig at the Bat Cave site.