Yet another photograph has come to light showing the extent of the Balloneyaknocken dynasty.
The photo at right came from the left garter of Sir Harry Secomb, former British world traveler and practicing transvestite.
The photo originally taken by a British Royal Army soldier in 1836 shows without a doubt the face of the Sphinx in present day Egypt is really the face of BalloneyAknocken, who was sentenced to death for selling the Pharaoh swap land in then Palestine.
BalloneyAknocken was spared execution only by the fact that when he was thrown to the ravenous dogs they ran away in terror. The Balloney visage was thought to hold special powers. It was then used to frighten away all future enemies of the kingdom.