Ken and Sara talk to author Douglas Hunter about his book linked below. The story of Dighton Rock and its relationship with the indigenous past is a fascinating tale.
Petroglyphs, rock shelters, caves, and F-18s can all be seen at Grimes Point. Located just outside Fallon Naval Air Station and Top Gun, Grimes Point contains some of the oldest rock art in the Great Basin.
On today's show, we learn about the White River Narrows Archaeological District in Lincoln County, Nevada. WRN has some of the best examples of petroglyphs in the area and has a lot to teach us about prehistoric lifeways in that area.
On today's episode we learn about petroglyphs and pictographs - ancient art that has filled researches and the public with wonder, fascination, and a desire to get to the bottom of the mystery of their creation.
On today's episode Kenneth Feder continues the series based on his most recent book, "Ancient America: 50 Archaeological Sites You Should See For Yourself", with the Three Rivers Petroglyph Site in New Mexico. It's a little off the beaten path but well worth the visit.
Today we talk about Cryptology and petroglyphs. Are there ancient images of Bigfoot painted on stone? How can we be sure what we think we're seeing is what they image means? And why it's important to take indigenous culture into account when trying to make sense of things.
- The Death of a Pterodactyl by Jean-Loïc Le Quellec, Paul Bahn, and Marvin Rowe
- 'Winged Monster' Rock Art Finally Deciphered By Laura Geggel
- The Westfort Knight
- DStretch plugin to ImageJ website
- Explore The River Bend: The Legend of the Piasa Bird by Dan Brannan
- Narmer Palette
- MAYAK DATAT: THE HAIRY MAN PICTOGRAPHS by Kathy Moskowitz Strain
- 9 Best Alaskan Native Hairy Man Stories Posted by Guy Edwards
- Pseudo-Skeptic Sharon Hill Gets no Respect for Behaving Worse Than Badly
- Sharon Hill's article about Bigfoot bloggers and why we do what we do
- Sasquatch watchers following Bigfoot blogs for the latest news on their favorite subject (Removed) by idoubtit • December 18, 2011
- New Mexico Senator has put his big foot down on funding monsters hunts by idoubtit • February 15, 2017
- The Ketchum Project: What to Believe about Bigfoot DNA ‘Science’ by Sharon Hill Skeptical Briefs Volume 23.1, Spring 2013
- Doubtful blog, Tags for Bigfoot.
- Archaeologist digs for proof of Sasquach by Chris Bateman
- Giants, Cannibals & Monsters: Bigfoot in Native Culture 1st Edition by Kathy Moskowitz Strain
- The Evolution of the Werewolf and Bigfoot
Apologies for being a few days late - had to do some extra work with this one.
PaleoWest, a CRM firm based in the Southwest, won a contract to record 200 meters of the 1600-meter-long Little Petroglyph Canyon located on the ultra-secure China Lake Naval Weapons Station in Ridgecrest, California. The Navy wants to record the entire massive petroglyph assemblage but isn't really sure of what the best, most efficient way to do that is. So, PaleoWest was hired to test out different technologies and report on their findings. We talk to the PaleoWest Chief of Operations, Shawn Fehrenbach, about their efforts.