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.
George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently captured his attention.
Researchers studying an odd fossil found in Colombia say that the creature in question was a bizarre-looking crab that left experts scratching their heads because it was seemingly composed of parts of different contemporary crustaceans
Authorities in Scotland were aghast upon discovering that ne'er-do-wells had recently vandalized an ancient stone monument that is considered almost sacred in the country.
A recently announced eBay auction of what is believed to be the world's only baby Tyrannosaurus Rex specimen has, unsurprisingly, sparked an outcry from scientists.
The remains of a Tyrannosaurus Rex found in Canada may constitute the largest specimen of the iconic dinosaur species ever found.
A team of archaeologists exploring an ancient Mayan cave system discovered a chamber containing an amazing array of artifacts that are believed to have been untouched for over a thousand years.
Egyptian archaeologists excavating in Minya, south of Cairo, have discovered 50 mummies in a pharaonic tomb dating back to the Ptolemaic era.
A standing stone circle in Scotland that was thought to be thousands of years old has been revealed to be merely a modern replica of such ancient formations.
A team of researchers in Europe used modern technology to take a proverbial glimpse into the ancient past by creating a robot which recreates the walking motion of a prehistoric creature
A temple and stone skull carvings dedicated to Aztec deity Xipe Tótec has been found by archaeologists excavating in Mexico.
A man in England got quite the surprise when he found out that an old-looking pot which he'd been using as a toothbrush holder was actually 4,000 years old!
Archaeologists monitoring a construction project along England's famed Thames River were surprised to find a 500-year-old skeleton of a man who was buried while still wearing his boots.
Listen to this hour from October when Manu Seyfzadeh shared his fascinating research.
Archaeologists researching a cave system in Borneo believe that they have discovered the oldest painting of an animal ever found.
Archaeologists studying an ancient abandoned city in Peru made a somewhat unsettling discovery in the form of 20 creepy-looking statues which lined the walls of a passageway.