Episode 7 of the Archaeology Fantasy podcast is live, and we're talking about the Newark Holy Stones this time. Ken and I were able to pull in two experts in the stones, Jeff Gill and Brad Lepper. They give us a new look at the stones. Gill and Lepper paint a picture of the stones that's... Continue Reading →
In January we launched the Archaeology Fantasies Podcast over at the Archaeology Podcast Network. It's Co-hosted by Sara H. and Dr. Kenneth Feder, who is the author of Dubious Archaeology and Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries, and they deconstruct a variety of pseudoarchaeology topics. It's been two months now and the show just continues to get better, if I may say so myself. Seeing that we've got several episodes in the can, I wanted to recap them and let all of you get a chance to get caught up.
Join Sara and Ken as they introduce the Archaeological Fantasies podcast. This show will release every other week on Mondays. Please, subscribe, like, and comment below. Links The Archaeology Fantasies Blog Dr. Kenneth Feder Ken`s books Encyclopedia of Dubious Archaeology Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries Archaeology Fantasies Contact If you'd like to support the Podcast, condenser... Continue Reading →
Hey Everyone! I’m back! Seriously.As you all probably know, I just spent a lovely six weeks living in a very small dorm room and digging out at the Angel Mounds Site in Evansville, Indiana. This was a great experience, and it’s not over yet. I am currently working on a project involving interpreting the Magnetometer... Continue Reading →
Or rather it will be. Lots of high energy things have been going on here at ArchyFantasies Central. Unfortunately, between all of that and a massive attack of writers block, I haven't posted in a while. Sorry for that. However, we're going to get back on track! For those keeping count, I've got my classes... Continue Reading →
Firstly, we've records and ArcheoWebby has post the new podcast I'm going to be on. You can find it over at Random Acts of Science, aka Dig Tech. You can find the podcast here. We talk a lot about looters and public archaeology with Chirs, Doug, and myself. Personally I had a blast making this podcast, and... Continue Reading →
I don't really have a whole lot to report this wee, but not because nothing is going on. On the contrary, quite a bit is happening here. Chris Webber over at Random Acts of Science has invited me to be on his CRM Podcast . He's re-worked the format for the podcast and there are several panel members, so there should be some great conversation about archaeology... Continue Reading →