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Raising Blackbeard's canon
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 11-18-2012 | 0 comments
Researchers have raised a 2,000-pound cannon from the wreck of the pirate Blackbeard's ship.




Ancient rock art and cave paintings
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 11-5-2012 | 0 comments
An exploration of some of the world's most intriguing prehistoric artwork on the walls of caves.




Michael Palin in Machu Picchu
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 10-19-2012 | 3 comments
Michael Palin travels to Peru where he visits the stunning deserted Incan city of Machu Picchu.




Graham Hancock and the Sacred Vine
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 9-28-2012 | 0 comments
London Real meets 'Fingerprints of the Gods' author Graham Hancock in this full length interview.




Michael Palin at the Valley of Kings
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 9-23-2012 | 1 comment
Michael Palin reaches the Nile and has a guided tour around the Valley of the Kings in this BBC video.




Rosslyn Chapel introduction
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 9-5-2012 | 2 comments
A shortened version of the introduction video shown in the Rosslyn Chapel visitor centre.




In Focus - Skara Brae
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 8-12-2012 | 0 comments
A detailed look at the story of Skarae Brae, a Neolithic village discovered on mainland Orkney, Scotland.




Graham Hancock and David Wilcock
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 7-19-2012 | 3 comments
Interview bringing together two inspirational investigators of our hidden past and uncertain future.




Andrew Collins - the mystery of Gobekli Tepe
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 6-21-2012 | 2 comments
Andrew Collins, is the author of numerous books that challenge the way we perceive the past.




Antikythera Mechanism made from Lego
Category: Ancient Mysteries | Posted on 6-19-2012 | 3 comments
The Antikythera Mechanism is the oldest known computer, built in Greece and lost for 2000 years.

 
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Great Pyramid is actually slightly lopsided
Posted 6-20-2016 | 22 comments
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