Christopher Dunn is an engineer with over 35 years of experience. He was recruited by an American aerospace company in 1969. He began as a skilled machinist and toolmaker and has worked at almost every level of high-tech manufacturing from building to operating high-powered industrial lasers, including the position of Project Engineer and Laser Operations Manager at Danville Metal Stamping, a Midwest aerospace manufacturer.
Dunn's pyramid odyssey began in 1977 when he read Peter Tompkins' book, Secrets of the Great Pyramid . His immediate reaction to the Giza Pyramid's schematics was that this edifice was a gigantic machine. Discovering the purpose of this machine involved a process of reverse engineering that has taken over 24 years of research. In the process he has published over a dozen magazine articles, and has also appeared on several national TV programs. Chris is also the author of the best selling book on the pyramids called, "The Giza Power Plant".