The intriguingly named Evil Archaeology by Heather Lynn Ph.D., was a book I was looking forward to. Who doesn't like a nice spooky book on archaeology? So I happily paid $10 for it on Kindle and waited for its release, which kept getting pushed back. Finally, in April of this year, I got my copy, just... Continue Reading →
From time to time I get sent books to review. The last one I did was the Lost History of Ancient America, and wow. So when the publishers of Randall Sullivan's new book, The Curse of Oak Island: The Story of the World's Longest-Treasure Hunt, reached out to me I warned them. Sure, I'd love... Continue Reading →
In the briefest of introductions, Joseph outlines the purposes of the Section III.
“Our pursuit of Upper Michigan’s Copper Batons…” (Joseph 71)
So, among other things, we’re still looking for transoceanic bronze-age travelers.
The introduction to Section 1 of The Lost History of Ancient America opens with a complicated statement: "Perhaps never before has so much incontrovertible evidence in so few words establishing beyond question that humans reached and occupied America long before 1492, …” (Joseph 2017:13) Let’s unpackaged this statement a little. ‘Incontrovertible’ is a bit strong.... Continue Reading →
I was sent an early copy of Frank Joseph's newest edited volume titled, The Lost History of Ancient America, to review. Someone thought this was a good idea. I've been pouring over this, rather brief, fact free, and poorly argued volume for some time now. It's easy to dismiss a book like this out of hand. Its... Continue Reading →