I would love to see it. We visited Walnut Canyon near Flagstaff, AZ where Anastazi Indians lived 900 years ago and in the cliff houses the handprints of the women are still fresh where they used mud to line the walls of the rooms. I put my hand in one print of a right hand and it fit perfectly. Very funny feeling like touching someone from yesteryear today. They lived a nice lifestyle there in that cool wooded primitive place mmear a desert..
Note 4WD track proceeding up the canyon to the left (west). I suspect the ruins begin somewhere in the center of the map frame and proceed west up the canyon. Note: if this doesn't open up in "large" map size format (according to the legend on the left), click on "large" and update.
All of us who are familiar with Mesa Verde, Chaco Canyon, Canon de Chelly, Hovenweep, Bandolier, etc. recognize this is a very significant find.
which included cannibalism....
I've had the pleasure of visiting several Anasazi sites in the Southwest and am most impressed by Chaco Canon -- Casa Bonita, et al.
There is a strong spiritual sense about these places. They were home to people we can reach out to and almost touch, as you describe.
They inspired my wife to reach out to her ancestors, launching her into the hobby of geneaology.