The Origins of the Oak Island Saga Pt2: Smith’s Cove and Boobie Traps.

Despite the lack of treasure found on Oak Island, there appears to be something strange about the whole thing, and that's enough for some adventurers. The Money Pit is far from the most intriguing thing on, or around rather, the island. Many think this possibly man-made feature is the reason for flooding in the Money Pit. Since the discovery... Continue Reading →

The Pyramids That Are Not, The Bosnian Pyramids.

Episode 29 of the Archaeology Fantasies Podcast is live. If you haven't given it a listen, go do it now! I apologize ahead of time for the fact that I can't say Sam Osmanagich's name correctly. We're talking about the Bosnian Pyramids. For those who don't know, the Bosnian Pyramids are not actual pyramids, they are a cluster... Continue Reading →

The Dubious Mystery of Mystery Hill and America’s Stonehenge.

Now dubbed "America's Stonehenge" in Salem, New Hampshire, the location once known as Mystery Hill continues to draw tourists to what is touted as being evidence of pre-Columbian contact. Evidence of who is still up for debate. The site itself is about 30 acres of land just off route 111 in Salem. It's a sprawling complex of stone structures, walls, natural caves,... Continue Reading →

Mayans in Georgia: America Unearthed Episode One. **Now With Updates!**

** Update 11/2/14: From time to time we receive information after posting that requires us to update information. When this happens I like to make a noticeable "Update" tag. In this case, the update regards Richard Thornton, you can skip down to it, look for the bold Update tag. ** Here we are, I got... Continue Reading →

Debunking, Blogging, and Public Outreach: Blogging Archaeology Carnival 2014!

Sadly, I won't be making the SAA's in Texas next year. Neither will my friend Doug over at Doug's Archaeology, but he came up with a great idea for those of us who can't make, something called a blogging carnival and he's hosting the first round of questions for November (Which is also Movember, so get to growing... Continue Reading →

Where the Vikings Weren’t – The Kensington Runestone.

Even though I’m only going to focus on one of the American Runestones (of which there are several), to date, none are thought to be authentic by anyone who is knowledgeable of such things. This doesn't stop the conspiratorially minded however. Probably the most popular of the American Runestones is the Kensington Runestone. Named for... Continue Reading →

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