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.
In case you missed it Monday, we launched a new podcast! In conjunction with the Archeology Podcast Network, we've launched an amazing podcast furthering the goals of this blog by making debunking pseudoarchaeology available to your ears as well as your eyes! Not going to lie here, I'm pretty excited about this. I have an... Continue Reading →