An eerie video out of Siberia has captured what may be the prehistoric woolly mammoth living in modern times. While it is believed that the creature went extinct nearly 4,000 years ago, there has been persistent speculation that they could have survived...
Mayan communities in southern Mexico have begun a year-long countdown to Dec. 21, 2012, the end date for one of their ancient calendar cycles.
A new study out of Italy has added another layer to the debate over the Shroud of Turin's authenticity. According to the research, which set out to determine how the infamous image on the enigmatic relic could have been created, the only method that was...
Geologists have located the source of some of the rocks used to create Stonehenge, some 5,000 years ago.
Using a technique called 'light painting,' photographer Marc Bower-Briggs recently transformed Stonehenge into a luminous wonderland
Scientists from Russia and Japan believe it may be possible to recreate a woolly mammoth within five years.
Skeletons of a Roman-era couple found in central-northern Italy show the pair has been holding hands for 1,500 years.
Check out some of the items that have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week, including an article about mysterious lines in the Middle East that can be seen only from the air (pictured), and an investigation into the Jerusalem UFO videos:
Carmen Boulter sent us several images, and links to three photo galleries, in tandem with her 7/27/11 appearance.
A 200-ft diameter crop circle has turned up in a wheat field right next to the famous ancient monument, Stonehenge, prompting questions as to who is responsible.
Making his debut on C2C is Carl Johan Calleman (pictured). Dr. Calleman fell in love with the native Maya during a trip to Central America in 1979. He became fascinated with their now-famous calendar and, more importantly, why it would have an end date.
Hieroglyphic markings unseen for 4,500 years have been revealed by a robot explorer inside a secret chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza.
An ancient spider trapped within an amber cocoon for 49 million years has finally been revealed.
One of the topics Joseph P. Farrell writes about in his new book is the Gigantomachy, or the War Against the Giants, which was said to be a battle between snake-footed Giants and the gods of Olympus.
While it has been the subject of numerous discovery claims over the years, the location of the lost city of Atlantis remains a hotly debated esoteric mystery. However, an international team of archaeologists have put forward...
A new exhibit in NYC features a large collection of body casts from Pompeii-- human forms left behind at the time of the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.
John DeSalvo sent us some images to accompany his presentation. In the first picture, a Himalayan crystal skull is shown separately, and then positioned inside in a Scanning Electron Microscope. Second image: a copy of a page from the Book of Enoch.
At the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, some artifacts were damaged during looting that occurred over the weekend. The pictured mummy was one of two that were shattered.
Jonathan Gray sent us a series of images to accompany his presentation.
We received a set of images of the Bosnian Pyramids from Dr. Sam Osmanagich.
A new type of species that lived alongside humans and Neanderthals 30,000 years ago has been discovered. DNA tests from a tooth (pictured), found in a Siberian cave, have confirmed the existence of the separate species, dubbed the Denisovans.
The Ocucaje Desert in Peru has turned into an unlikely battleground over a plethora of marine fossils exposed by harsh winds...
William Henry set us a set of images to accompany his 12/6/10 appearance.
Paleontologists have discovered the fossilized remains of two remarkable rhino-sized dinosaur species in southern Utah...
The parting of the Red Sea, as described in the Old Testament, might have taken placed as described, according to new computer simulations...
NASA scientists have created the most detailed map of the moon's craters ever produced using a laser altimeter aboard the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.
Remnants of the 2,000 year-old Greco-Roman port city, Leukaspis, are being opened to the public for the first time, since their discovery in Egypt 25 years ago.