Geologist Scott Wolter has been President of American Petrographic Services since 1990, and is responsible for the independent petrographic analysis testing laboratory where the Kensington Rune stone was brought for investigation in 2000. He’s been the principal petrographer in more than 5,000 investigations throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico, including the evaluation of fire damaged concrete at the Pentagon following the attacks of September 11, 2001.
Host Dave Schrader (email) welcomed Dr. Elisa Medhus, who discussed how she had never believed in the afterlife until her son Erik suddenly died at the age of twenty and then began communicating with her from the Other Side. Psychic medium Kim Babcock joined the conversation in the third hour to talk about her work on the case and, in the final hour, channeled Erik live on the air for listener... More »Host: Dave Schrader
Guest host Jimmy Church (email) was joined by author Peter Levenda for a discussion on the Nazi diaspora which occurred following WWII and how it connects to the modern challenge of global terrorism. First hour guest, forensic geologist Scott Wolter talked about his History Channel show America Unearthed and his mission of using science and intuitive theories to explain the most mysterious... More »Host: Jimmy Church
Geologist and author Scott Wolter discussed his groundbreaking research into the origins of the Kensington Rune Stone and its connections to other rune stones in America, and the lost history of explorers who came to America before Columbus. Appearing during the second hour, researcher Steven St. Clair talked about his efforts to trace the genealogy/DNA of his family back to William Sinclair,... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Geologist and researcher Scott Wolter discussed the discovery and significance of the Kensington Rune Stone. Found by a Minnesota farmer over a hundred years ago, the 202 lb. rock contained Runic (letters in the old Norse alphabet) inscriptions. Initially dismissed as a hoax, the authenticity of the stone has been debated over the years. First hour guest, author Marc Seifer offered commentary... More »Host: Ian Punnett