In response to the coronavirus crisis, Egyptian officials illuminated the iconic Great Pyramid of Giza with messages of solidarity to the world.
A restoration project at the Cambodian Hindu temple complex known as Angkor Wat inadvertently led to the discovery of a mysterious thousand-year-old structure.
An international team of researchers have identified a trio of heretofore undiscovered flying reptiles that roamed the skies during the time of the dinosaurs.
Paleontologists have found what they say is the oldest known fossil of a modern bird and have dubbed the creature 'Wonderchicken.'
A team of archaeologists in Russia have found the remnants of a mysterious ice age structure that was built out of mammoth bones.
A guilt-stricken Israeli man who stole an artifact from a national park in the country 15 years ago decided to return to the object because he believes that we are nearing the end of days due to the coronavirus.
Scientists say that an ancient cave drawing discovered in Iran depicts a half-man, half-mantis creature.
Paleontologists are celebrating something of a landmark discovery in the form of a tiny skull which now stands as the smallest-known dinosaur ever found.
A Chilean man in considerable legal trouble after he crashed his truck into one of Easter Island's sacred Moai statues.
Archaeologists in Argentina are celebrating a rather sizeable discovery in the form of four massive armadillo shells which once belonged to creatures that roamed the Earth thousands of years ago.
George Knapp shared recent items of his interest, including the discovery of a 'lost city':
Scientists studying the remains of victims of the infamous eruption of Mount Vesuvius discovered that one unfortunate man had his brain turned to glass from the intense heat of the event.
Caretakers for an ancient stone site in Cornwall were aghast to discover that some ne'er-do-wells had spray-painted aliens on one of the granite rocks.
An intriguing ancient cave painting found in Indonesia is believed to be the oldest depiction of supernatural beings ever created by humans.
A team of researchers in Japan have discovered a whopping 143 new Nazca Line drawings, including several curious depictions of various humanoid figures.
A sword discovered at the bottom of a river in Bosnia has been dubbed 'Excalibur' as the weapon was inexplicably found stuck in solid rock.
Researchers studying fossils found in Thailand say that the bones belonged to a heretofore undiscovered species of carnivorous dinosaur that appears to have been particularly fearsome.
George Knapp shares recent items of interest, including an article on Viking 'super soldiers.'
A boy exploring the grounds of an inn in Ohio unearthed a literal piece of ancient history: a woolly mammoth tooth.
In this fascinating hour from 2015, Graham Hancock shared evidence for lost civilizations.
For the first time since its discovery nearly a century ago, the gilded coffin of Egypt's King Tutankhamun was removed from its tomb as part of a comprehensive restoration project.
A paleontology dig in France turned into something of a celebration thanks to the discovery of a jaw-dropping six-and-a-half-foot long dinosaur bone.
A college student from California with a lifelong love of dinosaurs hit pay dirt during a recent paleontology dig in North Dakota when he discovered a massive Triceratops skull.
For the first time in over 50 years, authorities in Egypt are allowing tourists to visit an odd ancient structure known as the 'Bent Pyramid.'
Tuesday night guest, author Graham Phillips, shares videos related to his work on Stonehenge.
An intriguing new study of the Nazca Lines suggests that the bird drawings featured among the famed geoglyphs were of species not native to the region.
A Siberian man searching for mammoth tusks amid melting permafrost was taken aback when he stumbled upon the severed head of a wolf that turned out to be 40,000 years old.
Guests on Thursday's show both have video works about the enigmatic mounds found in the Americas.
A piece of the famed Stonehenge monument that was removed from the site six decades ago and subsequently lost has been returned to the proprietors of the legendary landmark.
Paleontologists in China have announced the discovery of a unique-looking new species of dinosaur that sported bat-like wings.