Hopes that there were hidden chambers to be found in King Tut's tomb appear to have been dashed after a third radar scan of the site found no such rooms.
The possibility that there were a pair of heretofore unknown chambers at the tomb created worldwide headlines when they were first announced as being spotted via ground-penetrating radar in 2015.
This sparked something of a strange saga as two different Egyptian officials confirmed the find and teased that the newly-discovered chambers were "full of treasures" and might even be the final resting place of Queen Nefertiti.
As the world waited to see how the investigation would proceed, the discovery was subsequently called into question when a second scan of the site failed to produce the same results.
The conflicting studies sparked spirited debate among Egyptologists as both sides of the hidden chamber argument accused their counterparts of unscrupulous tactics and media sensationalism.
It would seem, however, that the issue has been settled once and for all thanks to a third scan that was commissioned by the Egyptian government earlier this year.
Learn the details of this latest scan which seemed to settle the debate at the Coast to Coast AM website.