An endless subject of discussion and speculation, no doubt. As far as I’m concerned, I’ll stick to the conclusions Andrew Chugg made in his book, but that doesn’t mean that the questions raised by the finds on YouTube are to be brushed off lightly.
We are shown pictures from the Bahariya Oasis, about 300 km south of Alexandria, where a great number of rich graves was found that belonged to the local mixed population of Romans, Greeks, Bedouins and Egyptians. In other words, it was a good place to hide and secure the body of Alexander the Great from interference by Christians and Muslims alike. A theory like any other? Maybe so, but the fact that Dr Zahi Hawass is there in person to point out the relief of Alexander in the neighboring temple is a clear indication that we should give this theory some serious consideration. The desert is a big place and I’m convinced there are much and much more treasures hidden under its sand.
Wouldn’t it be baffling to find the remains of Alexander the Great after all these centuries? An exciting perspective, but I doubt I’ll live long enough to witness that great day!