The Pyramids of Giza allegedly keep two hidden rooms undiscovered. Both rooms serve as a place to store funeral furniture.
There are 2 secret rooms in the Pyramids of Giza
The allegations were made by Jean-Pierre Houdin after studying the data of an American Egyptian historian Bob Brier, combined with a three-dimensional simulation (3D). His search gave clues about the possibility of two secret rooms in the heart of the large building. “I’m sure there are two front rooms in the big pyramid and I want to find it,” he said as quoted by Discovery News.
Both rooms are thought to be the storage of furniture used in the afterlife by Pharaoh Khufu, also known as Cheops by the Greeks. According to Houdin, the clue of the existence of the front room was obtained based on a similar room in the Pyramid of Snefru, the father of Khufu. Therefore, most likely the same design is also used in the Pyramids of Giza.
In addition, the beams on the southern wall of the king’s room at the Pyramids of Giza indicate an abandoned road allegedly leading into a secret room and used by funeral participants as a way out of the pyramid. (Source: Discovery News)