Carole Travis-Henikoff

Carole Travis-Henikoff

Biography:

Carole Travis-Henikoff is an author, businesswoman, rancher and independent scholar specializing in Paleoanthropology the study of human origins. She has given lectures on Paleo-anthropology at Loyola University (Chicago) and Rush University Medical Center (Chicago), and has taught anthropology to grammar, middle, and high school students. She sits on the board of directors for The Stone Age Institute. Her independent studies have taken her from the American Museum of Natural History to the Institute of Human Origins to Madrid, Spain and Oaxaca, Mexico. She worked with the Getty Conservation team on the conservation of artifacts at the Cairo museum in Egypt, and participated in an archeological dig alongside Desmond Clark, Tim White, Nicholas Toth, and Kathy Schick under the auspices of the Institute of Human Origins. She divides her time between Chicago, Illinois, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

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  • Bush & Bohemian Grove

    During the first two hours of the show, comedian, actor and musician Harry Shearer joined Ian Punnett for a discussion about his life, career, and a variety of other topics. Shearer spoke about his early work on the The Jack Benny Program and the influence of actor Mel Blanc,...More »

Last Night

Dorothy Kilgallen & JFK / Spirit Guides
Dorothy Kilgallen & JFK / Spirit Guides
Investigative reporter Mark Shaw shared his latest research on Dorothy Kilgallen and the cover-up of the JFK assassination. Followed by hypnotherapist Dr. Bruce Goldberg on spirit guides.

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